Call for Blogs | CCL NLUO

About the CCL Blog

The CCL Blog is a two-tier peer-reviewed blog affiliated with the Centre for Corporate Law, National Law University Odisha. The blog aims to foster discourse by encouraging noble and unique literature on Corporate and allied Commercial Laws. Hence, we ensure a thorough review within a short deadline.

Review Process

We review articles and send the status of the Tier-1 review process in 3 days.

Editorial Board

We are honoured to have a revered set of industry experts on our Editorial Board. They include:

  • Ms. Anajana Potti (Partner, Banking & Finance, J. Sagar Associates)

  • Mr. Anish Jaipuriar (Partner, AKS Partners)

  • Mr. Anshuman Sakle (Partner, Khaitan & Co.)

  • Mr. Ketan D. Parikh (Senior Advocate, High Court of Bombay)

  • Mr. Steven Levitsky (Merger Clearance and Antitrust Counseling, New York, United States)

  • Mr. Adhiraj Gupta (Ex- Principal Associate, JSA; University of Cambridge, Class of 2023)

Theme and Nature of Manuscripts

CCL Blog, NLUO is pleased to invite well-researched blogs on a rolling basis. Submissions can be in the form of articles, opinions, case comments and short notes on topics revolving around “Corporate and Commercial Laws”.

For the convenience of the authors, they include inter alia:

  • Banking and Finance Laws
  • Commercial Arbitration
  • Company Law
  • Competition/Antitrust Laws
  • Insolvency and Bankruptcy
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Securities and Capital Markets
  • Tax Laws

Further, we encourage authors to choose present-day topics of contention within the above listed themes.

Eligibility

The CCL Blog invites original submissions from students, practitioners, researchers, academicians, policymakers and other stakeholders in the field of law and business.

Submission Guidelines :

  • Submissions must be made in .doc/.docx format only.

  • Co-authorship is permitted for up to 2 authors.

  • Citations should be included by hyperlinking the authoritative internet source to the

body of the text. Authors may sparingly use footnotes [SILC or OSCOLA].  Further, 

pinpoint citations  must be included if the author relies on a specific part of a document to

support an argument.

  • The word limit should be within the range of 1200-1500 words.

  • The maximum permissible plagiarism is 20%.

  • All submissions for the CCL Blog must be made via this Google Form only.

  • Submissions made via any other platform shall not be accepted.

For detailed submission guidelines click here.

Charges

The blog does not charge any processing/publication fee.

Contact Us

For any queries, you can reach us at ccl@nluo.ac.in or on any of the following members :

Arshit Kapoor (+91 9992951781)

Varuni Agarwal (+91 8209561157)

Sourav Jena (+91 9439922597)

Website: https://www.ccl.nluo.ac.in/

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