Copyright Policy

The author must declare that the Articles/ Book Review/ Case Commentary or Research papers is an original work and has not been previously published and has not been considered elsewhere for publication in any other journal. More so, the Articles/ Book Review/ Case Commentary or Research papers do not infringe any existing copyright or any other third party right.

The Copyright of the published manuscripts remains with the International Journal of Advanced Legal Research (IJALR).
The author must declare that the Articles/ Book Review/ Case Commentary or Research papers contain no such material that may be unlawful, defamatory, or which would, if published, in any way whatsoever, violate the terms and conditions and the author(s) will be solely responsible for the contents of the manuscript.
The Editorial Board will put all reasonable efforts to make sure that no plagiarized content is published but in case it is found that the author has not published their original work, but rather sent plagiarised work then it would violate the terms and conditions of the third party and the author shall have the sole responsibility arising out of that dispute and not International Journal of Advanced Legal Research (IJALR).

Copyright Form can be accessed here

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