ICCLR is a monthly international journal providing topical analysis on the latest developments in international company and commercial law. Featuring in-depth articles on major topics of interest; analyses on the latest developments in case law and legislation and a comprehensive international news section, ICCLR provides the busy practitioner and academic with essential information in this fast-moving field of law.
We welcome contributions for consideration by the Editorial Board with a view to publication. All contributions must be in English and contributors should supply his or her full contact details, including an email address, for further correspondence. Please also include an abstract of no more than 50 words describing the contents of the contribution. This abstract will appear on the contents page of ICCLR.
The authors of accepted contributions will receive two complimentary copies of the journal in which their paper appears.
Contributions are welcome under one of the following headings: Opinions
In the style of an editorial, the Opinion is a “punchy” and topical piece often expressing a radical or controversial point of view which aims to stimulate debate. Opinions are around 2,500-3,500 words in length. Articles
Articles should analyse a major, current theme of international interest that is timely and topical
. Articles shouldaim to discuss a subject in both a practical and reflective manner. Comparison with other jurisdictions should be added where possible and appropriate. In length, articles should be between 3,500-6,000 words, though shorter or longer contributions may be considered. Method of submission. Either
One copy of the manuscript should be provided on A4 paper, clearly typed on one side of the page only, paginated, double-spaced (including footnotes), and accompanied by a copy on disk, preferably in Microsoft Word or WordPerfect format; Or
The contribution should be sent as an email attachment in Microsoft Word or WordPerfect format, together with the contributor's full mailing address.
Footnotes should be kept to a minimum and numbered consecutively from 1 onwards. Cases and statutes, etc., should be cited accurately and in the correct format, preferably in the footnotes.
Submission of a paper will be held to imply that it contains original unpublished work. Please note that it is the responsibility of the author(s) of each paper to collect any permissions and acknowledgements necessary for the paper to be published prior to submission.
Contributions will be refereed anonymously and be accepted entirely at the discretion of the Editorial Board.
Copyright in contributions is vested jointly with the authors and the publishers.
Contributions to be considered for publication should be sent to:
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