Call for Blogs: NLIU’s Centre for Business and Commercial Laws [CBCL]: Submissions on a Rolling Basis

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About CBCL

The Centre for Business and Commercial Laws (CBCL) was established in 2008 at the National Law Institute University, Bhopal (NLIU) as a ‘Centre of Excellence’, with the aim of generating awareness and facilitating research in the field of business and commercial laws.

CBCL has taken pride in its various collaborations over the years. One such collaboration is the NLIU-Trilegal Summit on Corporate and Commercial Laws which focusses on key issues pertaining to corporate law and witnesses submissions and participation by law students from across the country.

CBCL is also in collaboration with Khaitan& Co. in conducting an annual Workshop on Corporate laws. Recently, CBCL also launched the Journal for Business Laws, or the NLIU-JBL, a peer reviewed business law journal which aims to create meaningful debate and discourse in the field of business laws and study the dynamic confluence of the academic and transactional world through the same. Its first volume was successfully launched in 2019.

With the experience accrued from the aforementioned initiatives and events, the CBCL seeks to provide avenues for students to explore the realm of business and corporate laws, and proceed towards building the foundation of a successful practitioner in the field of commercial and business laws.

About the CBCL Blog

The CBCL Blog is a platform that was started with the aim of generating awareness and facilitating research in the field of business and commercial laws. We invite submissions on a rolling basis from both, students and practitioners, on contemporary issues relevant to the areas of corporate law, company law, securities law, insolvency law, banking law, capital markets and securities law, competition law, mergers and acquisitions, sports law, trade law, contract law, taxation law and other contemporary issues. All submissions must be original and unpublished.

The CBCL Blog is one of the most coveted forums for discussion and dialogue on aspects of commercial laws in India. Recently, The CBCL Blog has collaborated with the Law School Policy Review (LSPR) to launch “KAIZEN”; a series which seeks to focus on corporate governance and its related aspects.The link to the CBCL – LSPR Series: “KAIZEN” can be found here.

CBCL Call For Papers

Submissions for the blog shall be reviewed on a rolling basis. Authors should use endnotes and not footnotes. The blogs may be in the form of articles, opinions, case comments and short notes on the topics mentioned above.

Authors are advised to keep their work succinct to put forth original ideas effectively. It is recommended that the article does not exceed 1500 words (excluding endnotes).

Detailed guidelines can be found here.

The author(s) must include their full name(s) and the institution/organization they’re associated with. Ideally, a link to their online profile page should be mentioned in the document and also the suggested category of the submission.

Note that all submissions for the CBCL Blog must be uploaded via the Google Form (click here) and not via email.

Contact Information

Please reach out to us on [email protected] You can also check out their work on Facebook and Linkedin.


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