Copyright Policy

We accept only original manuscripts which have neither been submitted for publication nor published anywhere in any form of writing or oral transcript. The author should make sure that their manuscripts do not infringe the rights of others and do not contain any statement that is unlawful to its basic literal meaning.

The copyright of the published manuscript remains with Beyond Briefs Law Review.

In case of a bi/multi authored article, the corresponding author must obtain permission to enter into an agreement and assign copyright from all the co-authors, in writing and all the co-authors have to thoroughly read and agree to the above warranties and authorizations.

Beyond Briefs Law Review shall have the sole right to publish the manuscript in the journal or any other means with editorial amendments if any to make it suitable for publication.

Further, any manuscripts written during the internship period for publication at the Beyond Briefs Law Review shall be the intellectual property of the Beyond Briefs Law Review only and it will have the exclusive right to use the matter for the life of the work. Publisher may assign its rights under this agreement.

While we will put in reasonable efforts to make sure that no plagiarized content shall be published by us but in case if it is found that the author has not published the original work, but has rather plagiarized or violated the rights of a third party, then the author shall have the sole liability arising out of that dispute and not Beyond Briefs Law Review.

Those authors who submit their manuscripts should also submit a duly filled and scanned Copyright Form and submit it with the manuscript. The Copyright Form can also be downloaded here: FORM