SUBMISSION

The CRELDA Journal is an annually published journal which serves as an academic forum for legal scholarship containing academic papers which display a good quality of legal analysis, new lines of legal thought or policy developments that go beyond mere descriptions of the law or policy.

Submissions by scholars, academics, legal practitioners, and students currently pursuing a degree in law are welcomed.

 
 
 
 

Looking to have your work published?

 

Submit your academic paper through the link below.

SUBMISSION CHECKLIST

Use this list to carry out a final check of your submission before it is sent to the journal for review:

  • Manuscript has been "spell-checked"and "grammar-checked".

  • References are in the designated format for this journal (Oxford Standard for Citation of Legal Authorities).

  • All references mentioned in the Reference list are cited in the text, and vise versa.

  • Permission has been obtained for the use of copywrited material from other sources.

  • Permission has been obtained from any co-authors, if any, for submission.

Documents required for submission:

  • The tilte page.

  • The manuscript/paper.

  • The Author's Declaration form.

AUTHOR'S GUIDELINES

The Guide for Authors is a comprehensive starter pack outlining the required formatting and documents for the submission of an article to the CRELDA Journal. Authors should consider the following guidelines when preparing their manuscripts for submission. 

 

You can find the Author's Guide in the following link:

DECLARATION FORM

The Author's Declaration form outlines the professional and ethical values that the CRELDA Journal aims to promote and uphold.

 

Each article submission requires one declaration form to be signed and submitted alongside it. Please note that any failure to submit this declaration form or to acknowledge any of the provided fields will result in a default rejection of your submission and acceptance will be pending the submission or revision the form.

You can find the Author's Declaration form in the following link: