SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

PLEASE REFER TO THE FOLLOWING GUIDELINES BEFORE SUBMITTING YOUR ARTICLE

MODEL OF PUBLICATIONS

  • Invited Submissions: SCCLP may invite contributions on topics notified from legal practitioners, academicians and students periodically.

  • Rolling Submissions: SCCLP shall accept articles for publication on the blog on a rolling basis, as per the instructions below. 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR SUBMISSIONS

  • Articles submitted shall be dealing in any of the following areas of law:

    • Corporate Law

    • Mergers and Acquisitions

    • Capital Markets

    • Taxation Law

    • Real Estate 

    • Competition Law 

    • Insolvency Law 

    • Securities and Investment Law

    • Labour Law

    •  Intellectual Property Law

    • Technology Law

    • Banking and Insurance Law 

    • Commercial Law

    • Contemporary Issues

    • Landmark Judgements

    • The Covid19 Pandemic and its impact on business

  • Co-authorship is permitted up to 2 (two) authors.

  • The article should be submitted in Microsoft Word format (.doc or .docx) to studentchapterforcorporatelaw@gmail.com

  • The details of the author(s) should be mentioned in the body of the email including Name, Year of Study (if applicable) and Institution / Organisation of Affiliation.

  • The articles submitted must adhere to a word limit between 1,000 to 1,500 words and should be analytical in nature.

  • References must be hyperlinked within the text of the article with credible online sources. Endnotes to be used incase of unavailability of online sources. 

  • Formatting guidelines can be accessed

AUTHOR AGREEMENTS

  • The articles submitted for publication should be an original work of the author who shall be responsible for ensuring the veracity of statement of facts, opinions or views in the submission.

  • SCCLP maintains a zero-tolerance policy towards plagiarism. In case of any plagiarism, the article will be rejected. 

REVIEW PROCESS

  • An acknowledgement of the reciept of submission shall be made by SCCLP.

  • Each article shall go through a twofold review process by SCCLP’s Content and Technical Editors who hold the discretion to accept, reject or request for revisions.

COPYRIGHT

  • The articles published on the Global Business Law Review are the intellectual property of the Global Business Law Review blog. Any cross publication shall be subject to prior approval. 

For further clarifications, kindly send an email with the subject ‘Query’ to studentchapterforcorporatelaw@gmail.com 

Thanks for submitting!