Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Call for Submissions: Indian Journal of International Economic Law

The Indian Journal of International Economic Law has issued a call for submissions for its fourth issue. Here's the call:

We, the editorial board of the Indian Journal of International Economic Law (IJIEL), 2010-2011 invite submissions from academicians, scholars and graduate students for the fourth issue of the Journal. Submissions are invited in the following categories: full length articles (10,000-12,000 words); case reviews, legislative analyses, short comments and short articles by 'qualified graduate and doctoral students (7000-8000 words); Law in Focus and Case Comments by practitioners (3000-5000 words).

IJIEL is an annual journal that is managed, edited and produced by students of the National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bangalore – India’s premier law school. The Journal’s mandate extends to all academic scholarship relevant to International Economic Law, including international finance and taxation, cross-border regulatory reform, interrelations between trade, human rights and the environment, international competition law, economic aspects of intellectual property rights and TRIPS, etc. We are particularly interested in scholarship that focuses on recognising the staggering impact of international trade and commerce on developing countries.

This double blind refereed journal with peer reviewing has steadily grown since its inception and the three issues we’ve published thus far have been a tremendous success in terms of the breadth and quality of the submissions and the enthusiastic support of stalwarts in the field. We are proud to state that the forwards of our issues have been penned by Professor Jagdish Bhagwati, Mr. Arvind Subramaniam from the Peterson Institute and Dr. Thomas Cottier, Managing Director at WTI, Berne. In addition to the third issue which is currently in the process of publication, as an attempt to tap niche aspects of this dynamic field, we will be publishing a special issue on Space Law and International Economic Law with a forward by Judge Abdul G. Koroma, Member of the International Court of Justice.

We accept only electronic submissions. All submissions may be e-mailed to ijiel@nls.ac.in

For more information on our Editorial Board, circulation policy and submission guidelines kindly refer to www.ijiel.com

We look forward to receiving your submissions.

Thanking You,

Sowjhanya Shankaran

Convenor, IJIEL, 2010-2011

Tasneem Deo

Chief Editor, IJIEL, 2010-2011

Indian Journal of International Economic Law (IJIEL),

National Law School of India University (NLSIU),


Bangalore – 560240