RGNUL Financial and Mercantile Law Review (ISSN NO : 2347-38XX) was set up as an academic initiative to promote research and debate in areas of financial and economic impute emanating out of legal issues. The review looks to understand the legal paradigm prevalent in India and South East Asia and how it affects finance and other cross border mercantile activities. Our review generally entertains submissions which have a basis in Indian, South East Asian and International Law. It lays emphasis on publishing work that is at the cutting edge of doctrinal, theoretical and empirical research.
The journal aims at giving the opportunity to legal academia, research scholars, students, advocates and activists working for enhancement of legal scholarship. This law review serves as a platform for innovative thought sharing and will aim towards contributing in dynamic growth of legal knowledge.
The upcoming issue of RGNUL Financial and Mercantile Law Review shall have an open theme which aims to examine the changes in perspectives and the law that have taken place in the last decade in the financial and mercantile arena.
Maximum Word Limit (inclusive of footnotes)
- Articles: 5,000 -15,000 words
- Case Comments/Legislative Comments: 2,500 – 3,500 words
- Book Reviews Upto 2500 words
- Essay Upto 5000 words
The third edition of the review has a deadline of 20th April, 2016. Late entries will not be entertained. However, the editorial board reserves discretion to waiver the above deadline. Submissions should be emailed to us at email@example.com.
RFMLR follows a double-blind peer review process, it is imperative that contributors stick to the deadlines. For further information or clarifications, you may also write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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