The NIALS Journal of Legislative Drafting invites articles and commentaries for publication. The Journal which is peer – assessed is devoted to Law and Legal Development and emerging issues in Legislative Drafting, which includes legislative style and technique, legal concept and theory, modern drafting techniques, legislative form and arrangements, substantive provisions of a law, the judicial process and legislative drafting, legislative syntax and expression, constitutional considerations in legislative drafting, among others.
Articles should not exceed 7,500 words (25 pages) in the case of full – length articles, and 3,000 words in the case of shorter notes and comments. All submissions must be in Microsoft Word Format using British English, double line spacing in size 12, Times New Roman Font. All references should be placed in the footnotes. Authors should also submit an abstract of not more than 200 words, enclosing a cover letter and resume. Submissions should be in electronic form and must include a cover page with author’s full name and affiliation, email address, phone number(s) and a word count of the article.
By submitting an article for publication, you confirm that the Managing Editor can retain your email address for the purpose of correspondence on the article. If your article is accepted for publication, the Managing Editor will contact you using the email address you have provided.