CorpLexia is a legal blog for the next generation of lawyers, professionals, academics and students focused on the realm of corporate, commercial, financial, insolvency, securities, arbitration and competition laws, who are energised by ambition and striving for perfection.
Believing in the free discourse of knowledge, CorpLexia aims to break away from the hardwired practice of caging the very cutting edge of legal research and intellectual output in a close-ended journal, away from open and free access.
CorpLexia endeavours to put forth authoritative, inquisitive and well-researched publications that stand the test of the readers’ intellectual vigour.
Corporate, commercial, financial, insolvency, competition, securities, arbitration laws, etc.
How to submit?
CorpLexia welcomes professional, eloquent and substantive articles & editorials in the realm of corporate, commercial, financial, insolvency, competition, securities, arbitration laws, etc., from all legal minds whether lawyers, professionals, academics, students etc.
Said submissions must be the original and unpublished work of the author. The credit for the blog posts shall vest with the authors only.
An Article makes an in-depth analysis of the nuances and developments of the subject matters dealt with by CorpLexia. These focus on analysing provisions of law along with judicial decisions and legal developments, however, authors are free to devise their own style of articles subject to approval by the Editorial Board.
The word limit of the article shall be between 1000-2500 words excluding footnotes. Any waiver of this criterion would only be allowed if found necessary.
An Editorial primarily focuses on the opinion of the author and not just the analysis of legal provisions or case laws. An Editorial is essentially a practical analysis of legal and factual developments.
They must relate to substantial developments in the corporate and commercial landscape or the laws that govern it. The word limit for editorials shall be between 600-1200 words.
Authors may also write to us with raw ideas for projects and CorpLexia would be happy to work with them to grow the same into an Article or Editorial to be published on the blog.
All submissions have to be sent to mail[at]corplexia.com in MS Word or Open Office format. Submissions made in the PDF format will not be entertained.
Authors must include brief biographical information about themselves at the top of the submission. For Example, ‘X is a Partner at XYZ Law Firm and can be reached at email@example.com’ or ‘A is a student of 5thyear BA LL.B (Hons.) at BCD Law College’.
The complete submission guidelines can be found,here.
Important dates and deadlines
The Submissions shall be accepted on a rolling basis and chosen only on the basis of merit by the Editorial Board. There are no deadlines.
In case of any queries, kindly write at mail[at]corplexia.com.
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