Journal of Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law.
Call for Submissions
CIPIT is pleased to introduce the Journal of Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law (JIPIT), which will feature high quality, peer-reviewed scholarly works focused on Intellectual Property Law and Information Technology Law. Topics can be in any area of IP and IT law, and topics addressing developments in the Global South are particularly encouraged. JIPIT aims to provide a platform for comprehensive discussion of these issues with the view to generating new knowledge. The Strathmore University Press (SUP) will publish JIPIT, and submissions are encouraged from all geographical regions.
In this inaugural call, JIPIT welcomes Articles, Book Reviews, Case Reviews, and Recent Developments. Articles should be between 8,000 and 10,000 words, inclusive of footnotes, and shall be subject to a system of blind peer review. Book Reviews, Case Reviews, and Recent Developments should be between 4,000 and 6,000 words, inclusive of footnotes, and will not be subject to blind peer review. Submissions must adhere to the following additional guidelines: -
- Deadline for submissions is 1st March 2020.
- All submissions must be in English.
- All submissions must be typed in Times New Roman, font size 12, line spacing 1.5, justified alignment, and submitted in .doc or .doc.x formats.
- All submissions must be accompanied by an abstract of not more than 250 words.
- To ensure blind reviews, all submissions must have a cover page that states the full title of the article, contact details of the author and an authorship declaration. The rest of the article must not contain any reference to the author.
- All submissions must follow the Strathmore Law Simplified Legal Citation (SLASLEC) available at http://www.press.strathmore.edu/Docs/SLASLEC-May-2016.pdf
- JIPIT values excellence and intellectual integrity. All submissions must be free of plagiarism, and must not have been published elsewhere before submission. The author(s) must make a declaration on the cover page to this effect.
Note: The editorial process is a rigorous one requiring correspondence on stylistic and substantive details of the paper. An author may be expected to make extensive changes or additions to the original submission.