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National Law School of India Review: Call for Papers


The National Law School of India Review has issued a call for papers for publication in Volume 22(1). Here is the call:
The National Law School of India Review (NLSIR) is the flagship journal of one of India’s premier law institutions, the National Law School of India University, Bangalore. The NLSIR is a peer-reviewed journal, and is published twice a year. The latest issue – Volume 21(1) – included contributions from Justice S.B. Sinha, Judge, Supreme Court of India; Mr. Hans Koechler, Professor of Philosophy and International Observer at the Lockerbie trials; Mr. Arvind Datar, Senior Counsel, Mr. Geoffrey Loomer, Said Business School, Oxford and others. Full-text articles can be downloaded from here. Volume 21(2) – a symposium issue focusing on arbitration – is scheduled for publication in the coming month.

The NLSIR is now accepting submissions for Volume 22(1). The issue will be published in early 2010. Submissions may be made as Long Articles (approximately 10000 words), Essays (approximately 5000 words) or Comments (approximately 2500 words); on any legal topic of interest to an international readership. Submissions may be made via email at the email id mentioned on this page and queries regarding submission or subscription information may be made at the same email address.

In particular, from the point of view of Spicy IP readers, it is editorial practice at the NLSIR to make available a list of illustrative cases on which comments can be written. The list will be available on the NLSIR website soon, but I am given to understand that several cases which we have blogged about earlier will be on that list, including Nokia v. HMRC, Author of a Blog v. Times, Roche v. Cipla, and Colgate v. Anchor.

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