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This Call for Papers of the Journal of Law, Market & Innovation (JLMI) concerns the third ordinary issue to be published at the end of November 2023 and is devoted to Torts and innovation. The Call aims at gathering contributions that explore such issues as how the rules and policies of tort law affect innovation, with an emphasis on a comparative perspective; how can tort doctrines (and private law doctrines, more generally) be reconigured to encourage innovation in our society; innovation within tort law itself; innovative approaches to regulation; novel remedies that are capable of accommodating new products and processes.
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Authors are invited to address questions and issues arising from the specific area of law relating to their topic. All types of legal approaches will be considered for publication. However, please note that any analysis solely limited to a national legal system will fall outside the scope of the Journal. An international, supranational or transnational legal dimension is imperative. The Board of Editors will select articles based on quality of research and writing, diversity, and relevance of topic. The novelty of the academic contribution is also an essential requirement. Prospective articles should be submitted in the form of abstract (around 800 words) or draft articles (see below) to firstname.lastname@example.org by 14 April 2023. The Editorial Board plans to notify Authors on the outcome of the selection process by 23 April 2023. Final articles shall be delivered by 20 July 2023 and should conform to the journal style guide that is based on OSCOLA (link here; short version here). It is the Authors’ responsibility to carefully align their paper to OSCOLA’s criteria. Also, each accepted Author must guarantee English proof reading of their paper. Typically, the JLMI accepts contributions within the range of 10.000 to 15.000 words, including footnotes, but both shorter and longer articles will be considered. Pre-selected articles will be subject to double-blind peer review. For further information, or for consultation on a potential submission, you can contact us by email at email@example.com.