Publication Policy for Legal Articles


The publication policy outlined below governs the submission and publication of legal articles written by interns as part of Task 1 during their internship at “The Legal Quorum.” The objective of this policy is to maintain the highest standards of integrity, originality, and quality while promoting a collaborative learning environment.

Article Guidelines:

1. Word Count: The article should be within the range of 1500 to 3000 words, inclusive of references and footnotes.

2. Topic: Each intern will be assigned a specific legal topic related to Indian laws by the organization.

3. Originality: Plagiarism of any form is strictly prohibited. All articles must be original and written solely by the intern, showcasing their own research and analysis.

4. Referencing Style: The OSCOLA (Oxford Standard for the Citation of Legal Authorities) referencing style must be used consistently throughout the article.

5. Language: The articles should be written in clear and concise English, ensuring proper grammar, spelling, and punctuation.

6. Formatting: The document should be submitted in Microsoft Word format, double-spaced, with Times New Roman font, size 12.

7. Co-authorship: Co-authorship is not allowed. Each article should be an individual effort.

Plagiarism Check:

1. Each article will undergo a plagiarism check using reliable plagiarism detection software.

2. The acceptable level of similarity index (plagiarism) is limited to a maximum of 15%. Articles exceeding this limit will be subject to further scrutiny and potential rejection.

Review and Editing Process:

1. All submitted articles will be reviewed by the editorial team at “The Legal Quorum” for relevance, originality, clarity, and adherence to the OSCOLA referencing style.

2. Interns may receive feedback and suggestions for improvements during the review process to enhance the quality of their articles.

3. The final decision to publish an article lies with the editorial team.

Publication Rights:

1. By submitting an article, interns grant “The Legal Quorum” the right to publish the article on the organization’s website and other relevant platforms, with proper attribution to the author.

2. Interns retain the copyright to their original work. However, they are required to acknowledge “The Legal Quorum” in case the article is republished elsewhere in the future.


Interns will receive due acknowledgment for their published articles on the website and other platforms, promoting their professional growth and recognition.


1. Interns must submit their articles by the deadline specified by the organization.

2. The review and editing process will be conducted within a reasonable timeframe, and publication will be scheduled accordingly.

By adhering to this publication policy, “The Legal Quorum” aims to maintain academic integrity, foster originality, and showcase the valuable contributions of interns in the legal community.

Please ensure that you read and understand this publication policy thoroughly before submitting your legal article for Tasks. If you have any questions or require any clarifications, feel free to reach out to the editorial team.

Best regards

– The Legal Quorum

If you have any questions or queries , feel free to reach out the Editorial Team.
1. Manish Kumar Mahto (Internship Head, TLQ)
Email: [email protected]
2. Aayan Ali Ahmad (Content Head, TLQ)
Email: [email protected]