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  Online Journal (IJETCL)

International Journal of E-Commerce, Technology
and Contemporary Laws

International Journal of E-Commerce, Technology and Contemporary Laws is a refereed quarterly devoted to advancing the understanding and practice of E-Commerce, Technology and Contemporary Laws. It serves the needs of researchers as well as practitioners and executives involved in E-Commerce, Technology and Contemporary Laws. The Journal aims to offer an integrated view of the field by presenting approaches of multiple disciplines.
The Editors of the Journal welcome submissions for publication consideration.


All manuscripts sent by e-mail and post for consideration by the Journal are evaluated on a rolling basis. Upon request, the Journal may grant expedited reviews providing authors with a decision within 48 hours of submission.

Contact Information:

Please send your submission electronically, by e-mailing the manuscript as a Word attachment to ijtcl@ictclaw.org


All submissions should be double-spaced with one-inch margins. The Journal uses Microsoft Word for all word-processing. Accordingly, all manuscripts must be submitted in Microsoft Word format. If you are submitting via postal mail, the Journal requests that you supply and submit one paper copy of the manuscript and one electronic copy on a 3 1/2 inch PC-compatible floppy disk or a PC-compatible CD-ROM. All footnoted text should be double-spaced and numbered serially. The journal uses footnote standard citing, and all footnotes and citations to authority should conform to The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation, Eighteenth Edition, published by the Harvard Law Review Association.


The Editors of the Journal seek submissions in all areas of technology, e-commerce and contemporary laws, including, but not limiting to - copyrights, entertainment law, Internet law, patents, comments on pending legislation or recent IP case decisions, consumer protection, jurisdiction, e-banking, e-governance, e-will, e-signature, e-contracting, privacy,  telecommunications, trademarks, and trade secrets, etc. In addition to notes, comments, and scholarly articles, we are also accepting submissions of shorter, approximately 500-2,000 word "perspectives" pieces. Examples of perspectives pieces include a short comment on a recent important development or issue in technology, e-commerce and contemporary law, or an analysis of an interesting current technology, e-commerce and contemporary law case. Our Journal is published online, and the scholarly articles, case notes, comments, and working papers will be disseminated in electronic search databases.


It is the policy of the Journal not to publish articles that have appeared or are to appear in other publications. Accordingly, all manuscripts should be submitted with the understanding that the Journal possesses the exclusive right of original publication. For various clerical reasons, the Journal requests that each author assign copyright to ICTCL for the collected work. While permitting the author unlimited use of the article, it offers the author the ordinary copyright protection. Copyrights will be taken out in the name of ICTCL, and requests for permission to reprint your article will be processed by ICTCL. A total of twenty-five reprints are supplied gratis to the author or authors of each article. Additional reprints may be obtained by arrangement with the Editors of the Journal prior to publication, or by arrangement with the printer after publication.


Please direct all inquiries to the Editor at ijtcl@ictclaw.org

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