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Publishing Opportunity with International Consumer law Journal

posted by Nathalie Martin

The National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bangalore, sponsored by the Indian Ministry of Consumer Affairs Department, New Delhi. India, is involved in various research activities in the area of Consumer Protection. It publishes the International Journal on Consumer Law and Practices and seeks articles on the topic of consumer law, which might be of use to students, academicians, consumer lawyers, policy-makers, consumers themsleves, and non-governmental organizations worldwide.

The Journal hereby invites contributions to the second Volume of Journal 2014.

For information and to make submissions, please contact:

Prof.(Dr.)Ashok R. Patil Chair Professor Chair on Consumer Law & Practice [Ministry of Consumer Affairs,Government of India] NATIONAL LAW SCHOOL OF INDIA UNIVERSITY, Nagarbhavi, Post Bag No.7201, Bangalore - 560 242, INDIA. www.nls.ac.in Email: ashok1patil@gmail.com

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