Submission Guidelines

Nature of Submissions

  1. Research Articles – are detailed papers which is informs, analyses and discusses various issues in a new research area.
    • Word limit is recommended 3500-8000 words (inclusive of citation)
  2. Short Posts – are brief papers which introduce new concepts with a less formal approach than research articles. They can be controversial topics, opinion pieces or report of trending discussions.
    • Word limit is recommended to be 1500-2500 words (inclusive of citations)
  3. Case Comments – are reviews/analysis which summarises and discusses legal cases that have had an impact on the development of a field of law.
    • Word limit is recommended to be 1000-2500 words (inclusive of citations)
    • Preferred style of reporting is to identify – Facts, Issues, Rule, Analyses, Conclusion and a Personal Opinion/view.

Theme of Submissions should be within the following topics:

  • Artificial intelligence,
  • machine learning or deep learning,
  • blockchain,
  • cryptocurrency,
  • cybersecurity,
  • data protection & privacy,
  • FinTech, InsurTech, HealthTech, RealTech or
  • coding. 

Document Format

  • Font – Times New Roman 12 with 1.5 spacing
  • Citation style – APA style citation or Bluebook citation. Inline citations are preferred.

How to Submit

  • Please mail in your submissions to, after which our Editorial Team will get in touch with you regarding the publication process! 
  • The submission should be in the form of a word document (.docx or .doc).  
  • Authors should include their Full Name, Qualification, institutional affiliation and link to online profile if available within the body of mail.

Author’s Agreement

  • The Author agree’s that their work is original and no issues of plagiarism or other impediments to publication are pending against the work.
  • Consents to purely editorial changes to be made by the editorial board and accepts the editors discretion.
  • Agrees to disclose previous publication on any other site to avoid cross-posting copyright conflict.