The Singapore Law Review welcomes contributions on all aspects of law from both students and academics for consideration to be published in the next issue of the Law Review.
Exclusive Submission Policy
All contributions submitted to the Law Review should be original and should not be simultaneously considered by any other publication.
Indemnity for Liability
Contributions are accepted for publication on the condition that they do not infringe the copyright or any other rights of any third parties and that the work does not contain any obscene, offensive, defamatory, or racially prejudiced material and will not expose the publisher to any civil or criminal proceedings. Contributors agree to indemnify the editors and publisher for any liability whatsoever incurred as a result of publishing their contribution(s).
As a condition of publication, contributors grant the Singapore Law Review, as agents of the Law Club, National University of Singapore, an irrevocable, transferable, sub-licensable, world-wide, non-exclusive, royalty-free right and licence to reproduce, publish and distribute their submission(s) in all media, whether currently existing or hereafter developed, including but not limited to print and any electronic services. The licence is granted for the duration of the subsistence of the copyright, including any extensions and/or renewals.
Choice of Law and Jurisdiction
These conditions which contributors agree to are governed by the laws of Singapore, and each contributor submits to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Singapore.
Form of Submission
Contributions should be word-processed and double-spaced. Contributions must be submitted in electronic form, in Microsoft Word format, to email@example.com
The use of graphics, tables and charts should be kept to a minimum. Where the contribution contains such graphics, tables, charts or other significant formatting, one hardcopy, double-spaced and printed single-sided on A4 paper should accompany the electronic submission. The hardcopy should be addressed to the Chief Editor and sent to:
Singapore Law Review
Faculty of Law
National University of Singapore
Eu Tong Sen Building
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Contributions should not, generally, exceed 11000 words. However, well-written, concise contributions which exceed this limit will be considered.
Contributors should include with their submission a delivery address, and an e-mail address through which they can be contacted.
Contributors other than reviewers of books will receive a complimentary copy of the volume in which their article is published. On publication of a book review, books reviewed will become the property of the reviewer.