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  • Bhaskar Mukherjee

Call for Blogs by IPThink-Tank on the eve of World Intellectual Property Day 2021: Submit by May 9

The IPThink-Tank is inviting submissions for celebrating the auspicious occasion of World Intellectual Property Day on 26th April

About the Platform

The IPThink-Tank aims at providing a platform for IP enthusiasts to enhance their research and writing skills. It delivers opportunities to meet Intellectual Property Law practitioners, obtain insights towards intellectual property career decisions, and enrich themselves in various topics pertaining to Intellectual Property (IP) through continuous research, discussion & allied activities.

Further, the platform intends to fuel academic and policy-oriented dialogues in vital areas of innovation & IP. The IPThink Tank maintains the blog which will trace the latest developments in the field of IP and shall encourage students to pen down such developments on a regular basis.

Call for Blogs

This is a call inviting well-researched blogs/ short articles/ essays for the upcoming World IP Day on 26th April. World Intellectual Property Day is a great opportunity to get people interested in issues relating to intellectual property (IP).

While WIPO promotes a general theme each year, it is up to you to decide how best to use the event to make a splash, or to meet your organization’s own public awareness-raising goals. The details for the call are as under.


Intellectual Property Rights


  • Co-authorship is allowed. (Max. of two authors)

  • The blog should be the original work of the participants. If the article is found plagiarised we will not be able to publish it.

  • The word limit for the blog is 1200-2000 words. The word limit is inclusive of the citations. Endnotes are mandatory.

  • Any uniform format of citation can be adhered to for the purpose of citations.

  • The submission should be made only in “doc. Docx.” format.

  • NOTE – The Editorial Board reserves the right to reject/ accept any blog. Further by sending your article to the Board, you agree that we may publish it on our Website. Decisions of the Editorial Board are binding and submissions may be rejected solely at the discretion of the Editorial Board.

Formatting Guidelines

  • Body:

    • Font: Time New Roman,

    • Font size: 12,

    • Line spacing: 1.5,

    • Alignment: Justified

  • Endnotes:

    • Font: Time New Roman,

    • Font size: 10,

    • Line spacing: 1,

    • Alignment: Justified

Submission Specification

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