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In line with our vision, we welcome submission of original articles. Please refer to the guidelines below before submitting an article.


The article should address current issue(s) in any of the following areas:

  1. Banking Laws
  2. Competition and Antitrust Laws
  3. Corporate and Commercial Laws
  4. Insolvency Law
  5. Law of Taxation
    • Domestic Taxation Laws
      • Direct Taxation Laws
      • Indirect Taxation Laws
    • International Taxation Laws
  6. Securities Law
Submission Guidelines
  • Types of Submissions
    • Short Blog Articles: 700 – 1000 words
    • Long Blog Articles: 1000 – 4000 words (Incase the submission is over 4000 words, we would suggest spiltting the article into smaller blog pieces fitting of the word limit.)
  • The article should be submitted in Microsoft Word format (.doc or .docx) to icflr.blog@gmail.com
  • Co-authorship is permitted up to two (2) authors.
  • The body of the email should contain the details of the author(s) including Name, Year of Study (if applicable) and Institution / Organization of Affiliation.
  • All references must be made as endnotes instead of footnotes. We encourage authors to review existing posts on the blog to better understand the same.
  • In case of any plagiarism found in the submitted article, it will be rejected. ICFLR maintains a zero-tolerance policy towards plagiarism.
Review Process
  • Each article is reviewed by one editor of the blog, who retain the discretion to accept, reject or request any revisions for the said article.

We are Accepting submissions on a rolling basis

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  • ICFLR assumes no liability whatsoever of the authenticity, accuracy and reliability of the opinion of the contributors. 
  • The post published on ICFLR is only for the informational purpose and shall not be construed as legal advice or legal opinion in any manner whatsoever. 
  • Further, any information stored, retrieved or downloaded from the ICFLR’s blog does not create the attorney-client relationship between the contributor and the other person.