We’re pleased to inform you that the National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi (NUALS) Intellectual Property Law Review is inviting contributions to the fifth volume of the journal. The deadline for submissions is April 18, 2023. For further details, please read the call for papers below:
Call for Papers: NUALS Intellectual Property Law Review (Vol. V)
About CIPR, NUALS
The National University of Advanced Legal Studies (NUALS) Kochi, established the ‘Centre for Intellectual Property Rights’ (CIPR) to promote Intellectual Property awareness among students, and to encourage research in the emerging arena of Intellectual property. The Centre fosters R&D activities that blend with its central mission of intellectual pursuit as well as link related interdisciplinary involvement to develop an intellectual law database, which would benefit the nation at large. The main objective of the Centre is to evolve into a flagship institution of intellectual property law studies in India.
CIPR is proactively engaged in the organization of seminars, workshops, and conferences, publishing its flagship journal ‘The IP Law Review’, and its blog, The IP Site.
About the NUALS Intellectual Property Law Review
The NUALS Intellectual Property Law Review (ISSN 2582-4244) is a peer-reviewed, double-blind, and open-access journal, operating under the aegis of the Centre for Intellectual Property Rights (CIPR), NUALS. The Journal, being an exposition of contemporary developments in intellectual property law, encourages authors to explore the latest developments in the field, while also giving readers an insight into overlooked areas of the law. The Advisory Board of the Journal includes Prof. T Ramakrishna, Prof. (Dr.) V. C Vivekanandan, Prof. (Dr.) G B Reddy, Prof. (Dr.) Bismi Gopalakrishnan, Dr. Arul George Scaria, Adv. Swapna Sundar, Adv. Elizabeth Puthren and Adv. Raghul Sudheesh.
Past issues of the journal can be accessed here.
Call for Papers
The journal invites contributions for the 5th Volume of the Journal from academicians, practitioners of the legal profession, researchers, post-graduates, and under-graduate students of law.
Contributions may be in the form of articles, essays, notes, commentaries, and reviews. Submissions will be put through an exhaustive review process and published on the official website of the Journal, University, as well as CIPR.
Categories of Submissions
Articles: 5000- 7000 words
Essays: 3000-5000 words
Notes, Comments, and Reviews: 1000- 3000 words
Word count is exclusive of footnotes. Longer submissions will be considered at the discretion of the editorial board.
Guidelines for Submission
All submissions are to be made in electronic form and must be sent to email@example.com. Submissions must be received on or before April 18, 2023.
All submissions must include an abstract not exceeding 300 words.
Submissions must be accompanied by a brief note including the following information:
Name of Institution
The course of Study (if applicable)
In the submission of work, the author undertakes that the work is original and has not been submitted, accepted, or published elsewhere.
All submissions will be subject to a plagiarism check at the first stage of evaluation. If work is found to be unoriginal or plagiarised (including self-plagiarism), it will be rejected at the first instance. The Journal also reserves the right to revoke the acceptance upon a finding of plagiarism at any stage of the submission or editing process.
Co-authorship is allowed for a maximum of two authors.
Authors will be intimated of receipt of submission within one week from the date of submission.
The submission must be made in .doc/.docx/.odt format only. PDFs of submissions will not be accepted.
The body of the manuscript must be according to the following specifications:
Times New Roman font
Font size 12
Line spacing 1.5
Submissions must follow the Bluebook (21st edition) style of citation. Footnotes must be in Times New Roman, font size 10 with single line spacing.
For further queries, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.