The National Law School of India University (NLSIU) is an institution of legal education focusing on undergraduate and graduate legal and policy education in India.
About the Journal
Indian Journal of International Economic Law, one of the flagship journals of the National Law School of India University, Bangalore.
The Indian Journal of International Economic Law (IJIEL) is now accepting submissions for its twelfth volume (Volume 12). IJIEL is a student-edited, peer-reviewed annual journal, published by the National Law School of India University.
Articles (6,000 to 10,000 words, exclusive of footnotes): Papers that comprehensively analyse a theme and engage with all the existing literature on it.
Essays (4,000 to 6,000 words, exclusive of footnotes): Papers that concisely analyse specific contemporary issues in the field of international economic law.
Case Notes and/or Legislative Commentaries (1,500 to 3,000 words, exclusive of footnotes).
International Economic Law
This includes (but is not necessarily limited to) research concerning the WTO, financial institutions, regulatory subjects such as taxation and competition policy, services sectors such as banking and brokerage and international investment arbitration.
Further, the Journal is oriented towards publishing academic work that considers the aforementioned issues from a comparative perspective and/or the perspective of the developing world and Global South nations.
How to submit?
Our Journal reviews submissions on a rolling basis. The deadline for sending submissions for the forthcoming volume is February 28, 2020.
Submissions must be made in the electronic form to ijiel[at]nls.ac.in under the subject heading ‘IJIEL Vol. 12 Submission: <submission Category>’ or alternatively can be made through ExpressO.
The last date to submit the paper: February 28, 2020.
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