CALL FOR PAPERS FOR CORPORATE LAW JOURNAL
ABOUT THE JOURNAL
Corporate Law Journal (CLJ) is an online electronic journal brought out by a group of young NLU students, MBA and other fledgling professionals striving to provide in-depth coverage of the corporate issues that mean the most to professionals, educators, researchers, academicians and other members of the corporate community. This platform shall ignite the idea and desire of young students to contribute in the field of education and research alongside the erudite response of corporate luminary. We are committed to upholding the highest standards of publication ethics and shall take all possible measures against publication malpractice and resolving cases of suspected misconduct and irregularities. It is our purpose to seek out dynamic areas of overlap and to publish balanced research that enlightens not just legal readers, but readers from other corporate communities as well.
CALL FOR PAPERS
The Corporate Law Journal aims to focus on contemporaneous legal issues related to corporate world and its environment. The area may include but is not limited to Corporate Law, Corporate Governance, Corporate Social Responsibility, Banking, Financial Services and Insurance, Consumer Products and Retail, Dispute Resolution, Communications Telecom &Broadcasting, Competition Law, Mergers & Acquisition, Taxation etc, receiving contributions from practitioners, legal academician, professionals, undergraduate and postgraduate students.
After successful launching of Inaugural Issue at 7th Annual Conference of Sehgal Foundation by Father of Modern Legal Education Prof. Dr. N.R. Madhava Menon Sir. We feel proud to invite research articles, case comments, etc. For Volume I Issue II of Corporate Law Journal. NOTE: The ambit of the Journal is broad and not restricted to any particular title and includes all contemporary issues in corporate field, both national and international. All submissions throughout said parameters are welcome.
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