We publish three issues per year (two regular issues, one special issue). Manuscripts are reviewed on a rolling basis.  Manuscripts should ordinarily be submitted for the Banking & Finance Law Review’s exclusive consideration and will be subject to editorial and peer review. Manuscripts and queries may be emailed to


The length of submissions (inclusive of footnotes) should be:

Articles: 10,000 to 12,000 words

Recent Development Articles: 8,000 to 9,000 words

Case Notes and Comments: 2,000 to 3,000 words

Book Reviews: 1,500 to 3,000 words

Submissions must conform to the Banking & Finance Law Review’s Style Guidelines and be submitted in Word or Word-compatible formats. Submissions should include a brief 250- to 300-word abstract, 4-6 keywords and the author’s affiliation.

Editorial & Peer Review Process

The Banking & Finance Law Review’s review process entails an initial review of the manuscript by the Managing General Editor or Section Editor to gauge its suitability for possible publication based on subject matter and calibre. Manuscripts that pass the initial review are subject to a double-blind review by two reviewers with special expertise in the subject area. A “double blind” review refers to the anonymity of both the reviewer and author vis-à-vis one another throughout the peer review process. The Managing General Editor or Section Editor reviews the comments received from the Expert Peer Reviewer to assist in publication decisions and will generally relay the reviewer’s feedback to the author. Prior to publication all manuscripts also undergo two rounds of copy editing to ensure language clarity and consistency with the Banking & Finance Law Review’s Style Guidelines.

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