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Call for Submissions - Special Issue on Dispute Settlement at the WTO

The Editors of TL&D invite submission of unpublished, original works for publication in the forthcoming Special Issue of TL&D (vol.4, no.1 (2012)). The theme for the Special Issue is: Dispute Settlement at the World Trade Organization. Manuscripts received by 31st October, 2011 shall be considered for publication in the TL&D Special Issue on Dispute Settlement at the WTO.

Trade, Law and Development is a bi-annual, student-run, academic journal published by National Law University.

Inspired by the best traditions of scholarly journals worldwide, Trade, Law and Development seeks to explore inter-disciplinary perspectives on the international legal order, focusing on issues of relevance to the international trading system, environment and development; as well as policy issues. In keeping with the institutional belief that knowledge is empowerment, TL&D seeks to establish itself as an authority in these areas and contribute to the dissemination of ideas and promotion of free thinking in the developing world.

Trade, Law and Development offers a forum for the free exchange of ideas and generation of constructive debate on legal and policy issues surrounding international trade, environment and development. Towards these ends the Journal publishes original works from a diverse and distinguished pool of authors, comprising, inter alia, scholars, practitioners, and students. Committed to improving access to research, TL&D is a signatory to the Budapest Open Access Initiative and is indexed on the PKP-Open Archives Harvester2 archive.

The last date for submission is 31st October, 2011

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