Arbitration & Corporate Law Review

Volume I 

Spring Issue

April 2021

General Information

Broad Themes

The Arbitration & Corporate Law Review (ACLR) is a peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary academic journal which operates annually. ACLR Journal publishes annually in winter/spring at the end of April. The Journal is run and managed by students of Maharashtra National Law University Mumbai.

It is run by a Board of Editors comprising of six Managing Editors. The journal follows a four-tier blind peer review process by undergraduate and postgraduate students, academics, legal professionals, and practicing lawyers.  

This journal is under the aegis of our esteemed Board of Advisors, consisting of legal luminaries who possess expertise in their respective fields.

 

The Journal shall also be graced by a foreword by Hon'ble Mr. Justice B. N. Srikrishna.

  • Company law

  • Insolvency law

  • Securities law

  • Competition law

  • Arbitration Law

Word Limits

  • Law of Taxation

  • IPR

  • Trade Law

  • Employment law

  • Commercial laws

 

    These limits shall be exclusive of footnotes.

  • Short Articles – 3000 to 5000 words.

  • Long Articles – 5000 to 8000 words.

  • Book Reviews – 2000 to 3000 words.

  • Case Comments – 3000 to 5000 words.

  • Legislative Comments – 2000 to 4000 Words.

Important Dates

Call for papers for Volume 1 (2021)

Nov

31

Inauguaration of the ACLR Journal

Mar

31

Deadline for submission of the manuscript.

Jan

15

Publication of Volume 1 (2021)

Apr

5

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