We are looking for contributors.

Who can join?

Do you think you can write a 1000 words article with a clear and focussed mind?

Are you a Social/ Legal Activist?

Do you think you have a desire to change the way people perceive the world, using your writing skills?

If answer to any of the above questions is yes, you are most welcome to JOIN US.

How can I join?

You need to send your resume along with  two write-ups (Between 450-1000 words each) to, our chief editor and team would review your application within 7-10 days.

Why should I join?

Legal Drift is one of the most read Legal Blog in India. It was not only cited as a reference in Indian Yearbook of International Law but some of its posts have also been published by leading Law Magazines of India.

It has been well appreciated by its readers as well as by one of the prestigious legal site Legally India . All the leading blog directories and network list LegalDrift. With its ever growing popularity, we would reach a landmark figure in readership in time to come.

What drives Legal Drift?

“A drift is a movement or force that makes something move along. Law itself signifies change , movement and evolution. It is a force that can compel people to sacrifice their beliefs and dogmas. Law shapes the opinion of masses in due course of time. Law has the capability to alter the notions of people and this legal force is the inspiration of our site ‘Legal Drift'”.


Meghna Agarwal, the Chief Editor at Legal Drift, is pursuing her law studies from NLIU, Bhopal. Her work has been published in many of leading law magazines and newspapers. Meghna has even presented papers at some of the prestigious conferences organized by Law Ministry of India, Bar Council of India and Indian Bar Association, Human Rights Commission and other law schools.

Wazhma Frogh is one of the Co-Author at LegalDrift. She was awarded the International Women Courage Award 2009 by Hillary Clinton and Michele Obama. She is a Chevening Scholar, MA/LLM, International Development Law and Human Rights from Warwick University, UK. She is a world acclaimed Civil Society Activist and works for the upliftment of women and children in Afghanistan.

* Before sending your application, we would request you to go through our guidelines:

1. Your articles must be original, thought-provoking and well articulated. We always cross check using Copyscape.

2. You would have to post your original written work to which you have a natural copyright.

3. You may publish your posts in print-media  however you would not be allowed to replicate the posts online.

4. You would be assigned a role as a co-author or guest author after we have looked at your application.

5. A guest author can get promoted as co-author as your contribution frequency and quality improves. The final decision would be in the hands of the site coordinators.

* The submissions would be subjected to editorial view to determine whether the content suits the terms at Legal Drift. In case we decide not to publish your posts, they would be returned back to you.