2018Call for Papers
- NCTU Law Review is a peer-review law journal published twice a year, in June and December respectively.
- We welcome technology-law related articles, translated works, book reviews, and case reviews. Please note the category of your submission.
- NCTU Law Review operates a double-blind peer review process. All submissions must be reviewed twice. Authors will be notified of the result in due course.
- Works already published, in whole or in part, in another publication, will not be accepted.
- Please email your submission in .doc or .rtf format to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- We welcome works in English or Chinese. Please give the title, author’s name, abstract and keywords in both English and Chinese. Do not hesitate to contact us if you need assistance in translating the above items into Chinese.
- Please limit your English and Chinese abstracts in 400 to 500 words respectively. Please keep the number of keywords in 5 to 8 words, and limit the length of submission up to 20,000 words.
- NCTU Law Review adopts bilateral anonymous review system. All submissions are subject to be reviewed twice. The results of review will be notified to the author in due course. If there are too many words in the article or if the amounts of manuscripts exceed the planning of one volume, the Editor-in-Chief may moderately adjust the wording, the layout, and the publication order, according to the submissions’ involved fields and timeliness.
- Please format your citations properly according to the Bluebook, and provide bibliography at the end of your work.
- The author bears all the responsibility arisen from the submission. Any work involving plagiarism or simultaneous submission to other journals will not be accepted.
- NCTU Law Review does not have article processing charges or submission charges.
- For further information, including forms and templates, please click here.
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