Since its inception, The Nigerian Lawyer, a publication of the NLA, has published papers and commentaries on a variety of legal topics of interest to NLA members and its wider audience. Today, The Nigerian Lawyer is a reference point for professionals seeking illumination on pertinent legal issues of the moment. It enjoys a readership that expands beyond the legal community in the United States and Nigeria to include community leaders, government officials as well as professionals in academia, finance, and medicine.
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Open Call For Journal Submissions
We are excited to announce an open call for submissions to The Nigerian Lawyer, a publication of the NLA that has published papers and commentaries on a variety of topics of interest to NLA members and its wider audiences.
The journal enjoys a readership that expands beyond the legal communities in the United States and Nigeria, including community leaders, government officials, and professionals in academia, finance, and medicine. As such, we are soliciting submissions that represent this wide variety of viewpoints. So get published and make your voice heard. The deadline for submissions is September 15, 2013.
Authors may explore topics from any relevant perspective: quantitative, qualitative, sociological, historical, economic, etc.
All submissions must be 1000 to 2500 words and must be written in English
All submissions must conform to the relevant standard style in each author’s jurisdiction
Authors of submissions containing or referencing statutes or case law should ensure that their sources and citations are both accurate and current
Submissions should be emailed in Word format to firstname.lastname@example.org
Authors of selected papers will be contacted by the Editorial Board
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