The Indian Commercial Law Review and Practice Blog is a student-run and reviewed legal blog founded by the students of the Symbiosis Law School, Pune with an aim to increase awareness of business and commercial laws amongst the law students.
About the Blog
Established in 2019, the Indian Commercial Law Review and Practice Blog presents itself as a platform for generating awareness in the field of business and commercial laws with the objective of enabling effective discourse as well as facilitating further research in the field of business and commercial laws.
While there are no rigid thematic constraints, the article should be related to trending legal issues – national or international. The expectation is that the submitted article will provide informed perspective, critical thinking and new insight to the readers. We encourage submissions on a wide variety of topic, analyzing policy decisions, proposing legislative reforms and promoting discussions in a diverse range of contemporary issues relevant to, but not limited to, the areas of:
Capital Markets and Securities Law
The submissions must be sent to submissions.iclrap[at]gmail.com in an MS word document. The word limit for the manuscripts is between 1000-1500 words (including abstract). Authors are requested to adhere to the word limit.
The maximum number of co-authors permitted is two.
The manuscript submitted by the author(s) must adhere to the following font styles:
The manuscript submitted must be in Times New Roman.
The line spacing must be 1.5.
The font size of the title – 16, the font size of headings -14 and the font size of the body – 12.
The text should be justified.
The author(s) are requested to provide the link of the sources which have been cited by them in the main body and are required to follow a uniform citation style.
Along with the manuscript, the author must provide an abstract (in about 250 words). Authors are requested to give a written undertaking that the manuscripts submitted are original pieces of work and has not been plagiarized nor has been published or is in consideration for publishing in any other place.
The cover letter of the author(s) must consist of the names, profession and university/firm/place of work.
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