The provision of information and perspectives on various aspects of law via remote routes is an essential tool in the 21st-century research environment. The Private and Property Law department of the Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies identified the absence of a regularly updated information sharing platform that allows young researchers to express their perspectives on issues within the purview of private and property law. The Pri.Pro Law blog provides a forum for the exchange of ideas and the reporting of new developments in all aspects of private and property law broadly defined. It provides to researchers and others interested in these issues, the opportunity to insightfully reflect and express their ideas about relevant developments.
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For inquiries, questions or submissions, check out our ‘Submission Guidelines’ or get in touch with us via email: email@example.com. We thank all our contributors and look forward to receiving your contributions.
Call for Submissions
The editors of the Pri.Pro blog, by the Private &Property Law Department of the Nigerian institute of Advanced Legal Studies, is inviting blog submissions on rolling basis by way of a Call for Blog Submissions for those interested in the themes within the realm of private and property law mentioned below:
Digitalisation in a COVID era: Legal issues, Policies and Trends in the context of Private and Property Law
Technological development and the restructuring of private/personal legal relations
Who can Contribute?
In order to facilitate a greater dialogue, submissions are accepted from students, academics, researchers, litigation practitioners, and other professionals from the legal fraternity
- All submissions must be in Times New Roman, font size 12, spacing 1.5.
- Referencing: Manuscripts must include hyperlinks rather than footnotes for relevant legal sources and other information, including any laws, facts or other legal documents which are mentioned. The Hyperlinks must only link to legal or reliable/respected news sources.
- Relevant legal sources that cannot be accessed online may be endnoted. The endnotes should be in Times New Roman 10, single-spaced.
- The editors strongly encourage the adoption of the NALT uniform citation style for the purpose of referencing
- Word limit for each post is 1200 -1500 words (exclusive of endnotes). Submissions should not exceed 1500 words without prior arrangement with the blog editors.
- Authors are required to provide an abstract of 100-150 words along with keywords that represent the essence of the submission.
- The abstract is to be submitted along with the article itself. The entries should be submitted only in .doc/.docx format.
- The editors may offer helpful suggestions to authors during the course of the review. The blog reserves the right to publish any contribution, after reviews
- E-certificates will be awarded to the authors of each published blog.
- Co-authorship of a maximum of 2 persons is permitted.
- The author(s) bear sole responsibility for the accuracy of facts, opinions or views stated in the submitted Manuscript.
Please note it takes a few days to review posts and to reply
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Our goal of a lively discussion on Private and Property law issues cannot be achieved without the comments and feedback from the blog readers. We therefore encourage comments that are respectful and advices commentors to restrict their responses to substantive issues raised by posts.
The Blog reserves the right to delete comments that are offensive, pseudonymous, anonymous, that include personal attacks or insults or that are irrelevant to the subject matter of the blog; that are intemperate; that are too lengthy; or that include questionable links.
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