The Corporate and Competition Law and Policy(CCLP) book is the first of its edition that is to be launched by the committee of CCLP in Damodaram Sanjivaiyya National Law University.
CCLP is a student-edited, peer-reviewed Book that is the flagship publication of DSNLU.
With a fully-supported peer review of manuscripts and a collaborative review and publication process, we remain committed to encouraging and enhancing the quality of student scholarship.
Further the book will be published under an established pubishing house will hold an ISBN number.
The students/academicians/practitioners in the field of law can also contribute to the book, on any issues pertaining to Corporate and competition law and policy. No specific issue is determined as far as the topic of the submission falls under the relevant subject.
TOPICS FOR REFERENCE
The submissions may fall under any of the topics given below, and are not restricted to the given topics. Any topic of recent prominence is encouraged.
Regulation and control of securities market;
Role and Responsibility of Directors;
Mergers and corporate takeovers;
Anti-trust or competition laws;
Changing dynamics in Corporate and competition law;
Amendment of leniency regulations;
Exemption of Merger control for RRBs;
The above given topics are not restrictive, and are only for reference. Any relevant topic is encouraged.
FORM OF SUBMISSION
Submissions may be in the form of:
Articles (7500 Words and above, including footnotes);
Critical Analysis/Essay (5000-7500 words, including footnotes);
Case Comments (2500-3500 words, including footnotes);
Legislative Comments (1500-3000 words, including footnotes);
Book Reviews (1500-2500 words, including footnotes).
Submissions are required to be in Times New Roman, with font size 12 and 1.5 line spacing, while footnotes in Times new roman, font size 10, with line spacing of 1.0.
Please use only footnotes (and not endnotes or other forms of citation) in the submission.
All submissions must conform to the Bluebook (20th edition) system of citation. Finally, all submissions are required to carry a 250-word abstract that encapsulates the gist of the paper.
All submissions must be mailed in Word format (‘.doc’ or ‘.docx’) as an attachment to the above-given email Id with the subject titled as “SUBMISSIONS FOR CCLP”. Hardcopy submissions will not be accepted.
The folder must indicate the topic of the submission.
The body of the email must include the name of the author/authors, qualifications, title of the submission and contact information.
Co-authorship is allowed to a maximum of two.
The submission must be an original and unpublished one. Not conforming to any of the standards set by the Editorial Board, would entail disqualification. The Board reserves the right to accept or reject the submission.
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