Call for Submission of Papers: Journal of Commercial Law

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The Editorial Board of the Journal of Commercial Law (JCL), a publication of the Commercial Law Development Services, is calling for submission of articles to be included in the next edition (due in October) of the Journal.

The Journal of Commercial Law, published by Commercial Law Development Services provides in-depth discussions of current developments and topical issues in all areas of commercial law. The journal also aims to promote the effective practice of commercial law within and outside Nigeria.

The Journal of Commercial Law welcomes submission of articles from potential contributors. Articles should deal with commercial law and issues relating to it and must be well researched and found to be of acceptable national and international standards. Articles should be between 2,500-10,000 words (inclusive of the abstract consisting a maximum of 300 words), although submissions may be considered if they are below or above the word length. Articles should break new ground on commercial law, provide an in-depth analysis of current developments in commercial law.

Manuscripts/ paper should be submitted via email to snwenewor@clds-ng.cominfo@clds-ng.com;  Manuscripts submitted to this journal will be deemed as they have not been published and are not under consideration for publication elsewhere.

For more information on the guidelines for contributors and other information please click here

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Bob is a Senior Editor and Content Development Manager at Nigerian Law Intellectual Property Watch. He holds a BS degree, with a major in biochemistry. He works directly with the Newsroom Team. His focus areas are technology and innovation, and pharmaceutical technology. Email: editorial@nlipw.com

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