The E-Commerce and Tax Law Journal invites articles by academics, practitioners and policymakers in the thematic areas of Internet and tax legislation. The journal accepts full-length articles, book reviews, news notes, and opinion pieces. It is published by International Business Law Services in partnership with the Diamond Graduate International Tax Program and the Thomas Jefferson School of Law Masters in Law Program.
The journal publishes articles on a broad range of topics within e-commerce and taxation. Particular emphasis is given to the following topics:
- Electronic Contracting
- Technology-Related Torts
- Internet Taxation
- International Taxation
All scholars and practitioners worldwide may submit full-length articles, book reviews, news notes, and opinion pieces. Authors do not need to have a law degree. There is no defined style guide.
Sponsorship opportunities are available for law firms.
Articles are accepted on a rolling basis. Submissions should be sent to Gene J. Koprowski at: firstname.lastname@example.org.