Manuscript Submission Procedure
Authors should submit their manuscripts to the Editor in Chief through OJS or through e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Manuscript must be submitted in a Microsoft Word format, adhering to Corporate and Trade Law Review template provided by the Journal.
CTLR publishes original research articles or conceptual articles in English. Submissions in Bahasa Indonesia will be translated by CTLR team in order to comply with the journal’s language requirement.
CTLR accepts manuscripts that are between 15 – 20 pages long that adhere to CTLR’s Manuscript Template. The manuscript should contain: title, abstract, keywords, introductions, methodology, results and discussion, conclusion, and bibliography.
The bibliography should be written in the Oxford University Standard for Citation of Legal Authorities (OSCOLA) citation style. Please only refer to sources that are published in the last 10 (ten) years and the use of citation management softwares such as Mendeley, Zotero or EndNote is advised. All references should be to the most pertinent and up-to-date sources. Please use a consistent format for references – see examples below (12 pt). CTLR use OSCOLA style as reference format writing. We also provide you a reference quick guide available https://www.law.ox.ac.uk/sites/files/oxlaw/oscola_4th_edn_hart_2012quickreferenceguide.pdf. References used should be published within the last 10 years.
The style to be used is as follows:
Do not use full stops in abbreviations. Separate citations with a semi-colon.
Give the party names, followed by the neutral citation, followed by the Law Reports citation (eg AC, Ch, QB). If there is no neutral citation, give the Law Reports citation followed by the court in brackets. If the case is not reported in the Law Reports, cite the All ER or the WLR, or failing that a specialist report.
Corr v IBC Vehicles Ltd  UKHL 13,  1 AC 884
R (Roberts) v Parole Board  EWCA Civ 1031,  QB 410
Page v Smith  AC 155 (HL)
When pinpointing, give paragraph numbers in square brackets at the end of the citation. If the judgment has no paragraph numbers, provide the page number pinpoint after the court.
Callery v Gray  EWCA Civ 1117,  1 WLR 2112 , 
Bunt v Tilley  EWHC 407 (QB),  3
All ER 336 –
R v Leeds County Court, ex p Morris  QB 523 (QB) 530–31
If citing a particular judge:
Arscott v The Coal Authority  EWCA Civ 892,  Env LR 6  (Laws LJ)
Statutes and statutory instruments
Act of Supremacy 1558
Human Rights Act 1998, s 15(1)(b)
Penalties for Disorderly Behaviour (Amendment of Minimum Age) Order 2004, SI 2004/3166
EU legislation and cases
Consolidated Version of the Treaty on European Union  OJ C115/13
Council Regulation (EC) 139/2004 on the control of concentrations between undertakings (EC Merger Regulation)  OJ L24/1, art 5
Case C–176/03 Commission v Council  ECR I–7879, paras 47–48
European Court of Human Rights
Omojudi v UK (2009) 51 EHRR 10
Osman v UK ECHR 1998–VIII 3124
Balogh v Hungary App no 47940/99 (ECHR, 20 July 2004)
Simpson v UK (1989) 64 DR 188
Give the author’s name in the same form as in the publication, except in bibliographies, where you should give only the surname followed by the initial(s). Give relevant information about editions, translators and so forth before the publisher, and give page numbers at the end of the citation, after the brackets.
Thomas Hobbes, Leviathan (first published 1651, Penguin 1985) 268
Gareth Jones, Goff and Jones: The Law of Restitution (1st supp, 7th edn, Sweet & Maxwell 2009)
K Zweigert and H Kötz, An Introduction to Comparative Law (Tony Weir tr, 3rd edn, OUP 1998)
Contributions to edited books
Francis Rose, ‘The Evolution of the Species’ in Andrew Burrows and Alan Rodger (eds), Mapping the Law: Essays in Memory of Peter Birks (OUP 2006)
Halsbury’s Laws (5th edn, 2010) vol 57, para 53
Paul Craig, ‘Theory, “Pure Theory” and Values in Public Law’  PL 440
When pinpointing, put a comma between the first page of the article and the page pinpoint.
JAG Griffith, ‘The Common Law and the Political Constitution’ (2001) 117 LQR 42, 64
Graham Greenleaf, ‘The Global Development of Free Access to Legal Information’ (2010) 1(1) EJLT < http://ejlt.org//article/view/17 > accessed 27 July 2010
Command papers and Law Commission reports
Department for International Development, Eliminating World Poverty: Building our Common Future (White Paper, Cm 7656, 2009) ch 5
Law Commission, Reforming Bribery (Law Com No 313, 2008) paras 3.12–3.17
Websites and blogs
Sarah Cole, ‘Virtual Friend Fires Employee’ (Naked Law, 1 May 2009) <www.nakedlaw. com/2009/05/index.html> accessed 19 November 2009
Jane Croft, ‘Supreme Court Warns on Quality’ Financial Times (London, 1 July 2010) 3
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