The Strathmore Law Review welcomes submissions of Articles, Case Commentaries, Legislative and Policy commentaries as well as normative law articles. The call for submissions is open for only about three months. The Review implores authors to comply with the following rules:
- All submissions must be accompanied with an Abstract of no more than 200 words detailing the general arguments and ideas contained in the essay.
- To qualify as an article a submission must be between 7,000 and 10,000 words. A case and legislative policy commentary both have a maximum of 4,000 words. All word limits are inclusive of footnotes.
- The Strathmore Law Review only publishes exclusive submissions. For that reason, any work being submitted should not have been previously submitted for publishing or published in any other forum.
- The Strathmore Law Review is committed to a culture of open access and as such, all published pieces will be available for free online.
- On submission, attached to the essay manuscript should be a copy of the Author’s Information and the Declaration of Originality Form appropriately filled.
- The Strathmore Law Review is committed to a strict policy of ZERO PLAGIARISM. In case of any gross plagiarism found in the contents of a submitted manuscript, that manuscript will be subject to rejection.