Call for blogs, RGNUL Financial and Mercantile Law Review blog


RGNUL Financial and Mercantile Law Review (RFMLR) is a semiannual, student-run, double-blind, peer-reviewed law journal published by the Rajiv Gandhi National Law University, Punjab. The journal was first published in 2014 and provides an opportunity for legal scholars, legal professionals and law students to contribute cutting-edge, doctrinal, theoretical and empirical research in the field of business law and commercial law.

The journal is indexed on SCC Online and Manupatra and has been ranked among the ten most viewed law school journals by SCC Online consecutively for the past few years. The Editorial Board also collaborates with various legal experts and undertakes various academic initiatives to promote study and research in the field of business and commercial law.

About the RFMLR blog:

The RFMLR Editorial Board maintains the RFMLR Blog at The RFMLR blog aims to provide a platform for the expression of innovative ideas and the analysis of contemporary issues in business and commercial law. In addition to the RFMLR (Open Topic) Call for Blogs, the Editorial Board periodically publishes a Thematic Call for Blogs to advance the discourse on certain areas of commercial law. Last year, the RFMLR in collaboration with the Board of Insolvency and Bankruptcy of India (IBBI) successfully organized a blog series competition and conclave on “Changing Regime Dynamics”. ‘Insolvency in India’.

Previously, the editorial board has invited blogs on intellectual property rights, digital trade and fintech law, corporate governance, competition law, telecommunications law and aviation law , as part of the thematic blog series.

Call for blogs:

The Editorial Board invites legal practitioners, advisers, academics and law students to submit blogs on various areas of business and commercial law, such as corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, competition , insolvency, banking and insurance, capital markets, dispute resolution and ADR. , international trade, investment funds, labor, employment, taxation, intellectual property, real estate, technology, media and telecommunications, white collar crime and other contemporary issues in financial and commercial law.

Submission guidelines:

• Co-authorship is limited to a maximum of two authors.
• Submissions can take the form of articles, opinions, case comments and brief notes. Additionally, submissions analyzing or critiquing existing academic research on a topic or issue are also welcome.

• Submissions should be no less than 1300 words and should not exceed 1600 words (excluding endnotes). Longer pieces can be split into two or three articles for better readability.

• Submissions should contain hyperlinks within the body of the manuscript itself, instead of footnotes and endnotes.

• The author(s) must submit the manuscript together with the duly signed certificate of originality and copyright (in the attached format) via Google Form here.

For detailed submission guidelines, please see the brochure here.

Contact information:

If you have any questions, please write to the Editorial Board at [email protected].


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