Journal of Corporate and Commercial Law & Practice, The

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Contributors are asked to follow the ‘Expanded Style Guide for the Journal of Corporate and Commercial Law & Practice.

All correspondence concerning contributions should be addressed to:

Associate Professor Tshepo H. Mongalo
Department of Law
School of Business and Economics
Monash South Africa
144 Peter Road
Ruimsig
1725
or email: Tshepo.Mongalo@Monash.edu
Herbert.Kawadza@wits.ac.za
Notes for review should be addressed to:
Prof Caroline B Ncube
Commercial Law Department
Faculty of Law
University of Cape Town
P/Bag X3, Rondebosch, 7700
or email: Caroline.Ncube@uct.ac.za

Articles for review should be addressed to:

Prof Dorothy M Farisani
Cas van Vuuren Building 6-138
University of South Africa
Nieuw Muckleneuk, South Africa
or email: farisdm@unisa.ac.za
Practice Notes for review should be addressed to:
Charles De Matos Ala
Wits School of Law, Oliver Schreiner Law School Building
West Campus, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg
P/Bag X03, Wits 2050
or email: Charles.DeMatosAla@wits.ac.za
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Style Guide

The Journal of Corporate and Commercial Law & Practice provides a platform and a forum for scholarship on corporate and commercial law and practice, broadly construed. The JCCL&P aims to publish contributions in the area of corporate and commercial law and practice, with specific emphasis on the application, not superimposition, of constitutional law, foreign law and public policy imperatives in helping the interpretation, improvement and development of novel corporate and commercial law principles.

Articles published in the journal are subject to rigorous peer review. The primary distinguishing feature of this journal is its publication of practice notes on topical practical corporate and commercial legal subjects.