Call for Papers
Internet Law Review is a scholarly monographic series focused on the research of internet laws. It is sponsored by School of Intellectual Property, Peking University, and Institute for Internet Law, Peking University, edited by Professor Zhang Ping.
We are now preparing for the forthcoming issue of the Review, Volume 20, and prospective authors with new ideas, comprehensive and sound research methods and theories, and great creativity, are invited to submit your articles. Also, we strongly welcome excellent papers with high practicality and supported by detailed examples, and critical review papers to comment and analyze typical cases in China and abroad.
Internet Law Review adheres to internet laws research, and is positioned to be open, mutual, and efficient. Hence, some articles in the Review will be compiled in the electronic form published on the website of the Institute for Internet Law, Peking University. Authors who intend to reserve the above right or other digital rights, are required to declare in advance.
Manuscripts should now be submitted electronically (in MS Word) to firstname.lastname@example.org an attachment, and the subject of the email should be named as “Contribution+Name+Title”.The deadline of paper submission of Volume 20 is on November 15th, 2017.
Manuscripts will not be returned to the authors. Please keep copies for your own needs. Furthermore, your submitted papers should have a title, an abstract, key words and corresponding English translation. Footnotes and bibliographic citations should follow the rules of quotation; the author’s name, address, and affiliation (if any) should appear on a separate cover page.
Last but not least, we would like to notify you that the turn around time of deliberating your submitted papers and informing you of our decisions is about 3 months. Authors will be paid as soon as your papers are accepted.
Address: Board of Editors, Internet Law Review, Law School, Peking University
Post Code: 100871