International Commercial Law Review (“ICLR”) is a bi-annual, online, peer reviewed journal.
The aim of the journal is to educate the society in general about the intricacies and latest developments in commercial law and to provide an intellectual platform to students, practitioners and academicians to publish and showcase their original legal thought on commercial law.
ICLR gives all the prospective contributors complete autonomy to write on any area of commercial law.
There are no specific themes or sub-themes that are required to be followed by the contributors.
However the journal does appreciate original submissions that have a flavour of internationalism to it.
Reason being simple, the world is getting smaller and laws of multiple jurisdictions will end up overlapping sooner or later in the light of international business and global trade.
The journal intends to be in sync with this global trend and will certainly promote literature that deals with the same.
As mentioned previously, there are no specific themes or sub-themes, however for the sake of guidance and information for the prospective contributors, some of the topics that are covered under the scope and ambit of international commercial law are as under:-
Note– The contributors are not bound by these topics and have complete autonomy to write on any aspect of commercial law.
31st May, 2016
Submissions will be accepted only in the form of an email. All submissions have to be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
For complete submission guidelines, click here.
The decision regarding publication will be conveyed within 15 working days from the last date of submission to the ICLR.
Contributors whose submissions have been selected and published in the International Commercial Law Review will be awarded a Certificate of Publication and will also receive a free copy of the journal.
For all queries pertaining to the journal please drop a mail to email@example.com