Indian Journal of Arbitration Law (IJAL): Call for Papers
The Indian Journal of Arbitration Law is a biannual, student reviewed Journal by the Centre for Advanced Research and Training in Arbitration Law of National Law University, Jodhpur.
National Law University, Jodhpur, one of the premier law schools in India, is taking successful initiatives for the promotion of areas related to the specialized fields of law. To strengthen the promotion of knowledge, research and legal interaction in the subject of arbitration law, it has established the Centre for Advanced Research and Training in Arbitration Law. The Indian Journal of Arbitration Law is one such initiative of this centre towards the development of this expert legal arena.
The Journal strives to inculcate the prevalent theories in the field of arbitration with their practical relevance. The editorial board seeks to achieve this feat by including contributions from individuals with varied expertise of practicing arbitration and by focusing on developing trends. In this regard, the board would give due emphasis to the rich thought processes of students of law, who bring to the forefront the innovative academic research currently underway in most law schools all over the world. Inclusion of changing regional trends will play a vital part in understanding the scope and extant of this discipline and would therefore find due importance in the Journal.
The Indian Journal of Arbitration Law is pleased to announce its upcoming issue (Volume 4: Issue 1), which is to be published in April, next year.
UNCITRAL Model Law's 30th Anniversary. We also welcome notes on the 246th Law Commission Report.
- The Board of Editors cordially invites original, unpublished submissions for publication in the following categories:
- Articles: which deal with issues of interest and relevance and must demonstrate a high - level of analysis. Articles of a purely descriptive nature, unless about a development in a country or a region which may necessarily be of a descriptive nature, are not preferred. The word length of such Articles should fall within the range of 8,000 - 10,000 words.
- Notes: which cover a recent development or are issue - specific. The word limit of such Notes will be 8,000 words.
- Comments: which entail a critical analysis of an issue of relevance, including case laws and policy developments. The Word limit of such Comments wills be 8,000 words.
- Book Reviews: (only solicited by the Editors). The editors however welcome any suggestions from academicians, scholars or publishers for Book Reviews.
An "Abstract" must precede the body of the manuscript, except in the case of a Book Review.
The Editors follow the system of citation as prescribed in The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (19th Edition), and while it is not imperative, prospective authors are requested to follow the same.
As a convention, British English shall be followed.
To facilitate our anonymous review process, please confine your name, affiliation, biographical information, and acknowledgments to a separate cover page. Please include the manuscript's title on the first text page.
If contributing Authors would like to request an expedited review of their submission then, such authors are supposed to make a separate request to the same effect to the Executive Editor.
Please be prepared to provide us with the following information while making the request:
- The manuscript's title;
- The date by which the Author needs an answer;
- Author's phone number and e-mail address.
Process of Submission:
- Authors are requested to send the electronic version for their manuscripts to firstname.lastname@example.org. The subject of the m ail should be "Sub mission".
- The manuscripts should be in either ".doc" or ".docx" format.
Manuscripts may be submitted via email to email@example.com latest by 5th February, 2015.
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