The Indian Review of Corporate and Commercial Laws (IRCCL) aims to encourage the discussion on contemporary corporate and commercial legal issues. In view of this objective, we welcome submission of original articles and response pieces to existing articles on the blog. Please refer to the guidelines below before submitting an article.
MODEL OF PUBLICATION
  • Invited Submissions​​​ – IRCCL may invite contributions from legal practitioners, academicians and students on a notified topic.
  • Rolling Submissions – IRCCL accepts articles for publication on the blog website on a rolling basis, as per guidelines below.
SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
  • The article should address current issue(s) in any of the following areas:
    • Competition law
    • Corporate / company law
    • Dispute resolution
    • Employment law
    • Insolvency law
    • Law of taxation
    • Trade law
  • The article should be submitted in Microsoft Word format (.doc or .docx) to irccl.blog@gmail.com.
  • Co-authorship is permitted up to two (2) authors.
  • The body of the email should contain the details of the author(s) including Name, Year of Study (if applicable) and Institution / Organization of Affiliation.
STYLE GUIDELINES
 
  • The word limit for submissions is between 1,000 to 1,500 words.
  • All references must be appropriately hyperlinked within the text of the article itself. If there is no online source available / such referencing is otherwise not possible, footnotes may be used.
  • We encourage authors to review existing posts on the blog to better understand the formatting requirements.
  • IRCCL accepts submissions written only in English.
 
AUTHOR AGREEMENT
  • The articles or response pieces submitted for publication should be an original work of the author and should have not been published previously or currently submitted for publication to any other platform.
  • The author is responsible for ensuring the accuracy of statement of facts, opinions or views in the submission.
  • In case of any plagiarism found in the submitted article, it will be rejected. IRCCL maintains a zero-tolerance policy towards plagiarism.
 
REVIEW PROCESS
  • We will acknowledge the receipt of your submission within 24 hours.
  • Each article is reviewed by one or more Editors of the blog, who retain the discretion to accept, reject or request any revisions for the said article.
 
COPYRIGHT
The articles published by IRCCL are the intellectual property of the blog. Posts initially published on the blog website may be cross-published on other platforms, provided that the cross-publication carries the wording to the effect that the article was “first published on the Indian Review of Corporate and Commercial Laws (https://www.irccl.in/)”.
 
For further clarification, you may kindly send a mail with the subject ‘Query’ to irccl.blog@gmail.com.

DISCLAIMER

Please note that IRCCL is a platform for legal practitioners, academicians and students to express their views on developments in corporate and commercial law. The views expressed in the article submissions and all other contributions in any other form to IRCCL are those of the individual authors in their personal capacity.

IRCCL does not:

  1. Support, affirm or take any form of responsibility of the views taken by authors submitting their articles to this platform;

  2. Take responsibility for any content that may have been plagiarised by an author. While IRCCL makes all reasonable attempts to ensure that articles carry no plagiarised material, we do not guarantee that no such material is present on our platform; and

  3. Take responsibility for the accuracy or reliability of any information available on sites operated by third parties. IRCCL does not endorse these sites or the information contained therein.

The authors / contributors submitting any contribution towards IRCCL agree to indemnify IRCCL from and against all claims, suits, and damages based on any claim of copyright infringement or plagiarism or unauthorized use.

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