HBLR stands at the intersection of law and business and is committed to publishing research and commentary on a wide range of developments in business and commercial law. HBLR welcomes submissions from all members of the business law community, including students, academics, practitioners, regulators, and lawmakers.
HBR is accepting articles concerning:
- U.S. law,
- international law, and
- the domestic laws of countries and regions worldwide.
The word limit shall be 1000-5000 words excluding footnotes.
Manuscript citations must conform to the most recent edition of The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation.
Submissions shall be made via email to email@example.com. Submissions without a resume or CV will not be reviewed. Cover letters are optional but preferred.
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