Copyright Policy

We only accept original submissions that haven’t already been published elsewhere or submitted for publication. The author must ensure that their manuscripts do not violate anyone’s rights and don’t make any illegal claims.

The copyright of the published manuscripts remains with the Legal Upanishad Journal.

In the event that a paper has multiple authors, I/ the corresponding author should receive written consent from each co-author granting permission to engage in an agreement and assign a copyright. Each co-author must also carefully read the foregoing warranties and authorisation before signing it.

Legal Upanishad Journal will have the exclusive right to publish the manuscript in the journal or any other means with editorial changes if any to make it eligible for publication.

Furthermore, any manuscripts submitted during the internship program for publication in the Legal Upanishad Journal will be the intellectual property of the Legal Upanishad Journal alone, with the sole right to use the content for the lifetime of the work. This Agreement allows the Publisher to assign its rights.

Although we will make reasonable attempts to guarantee that no plagiarised substance is published by us, if it is discovered that the author has not published their original piece but has instead plagiarised or infringed the rights of a third person, the author will bear the exclusive liability arising from that dispute, not the Legal Upanishad Journal.

Those authors whose submissions are chosen for publication must complete the following Copyright Form and email it to