Submission Guidelines

CLIP Blog welcomes original and novel contributions from students, academics, policy makers, practitioners on the IP issues focusing on Bangladesh and international perspectives. It may include but not limited to following fields: innovation, business, public policy, investment, competition, science, technology and so forth with its primary focus on intellectual property. All submissions shall go through an expert review process.

Please consider following guidelines before submission.
1. CLIP blog accepts submissions on intellectual property and related matters.
2. The submission must be original.
3. The submission must be concise and lucid.
4. The submission must be in English.
5. The submission must follow rules of academic integrity in case of reference and attribution.
6. Co-authorship of up to three contributors is acceptable.
7. Submission may be in the form of -
    a. An article between 800-2000 words.
    b. A book review that may extend to 500-750 words.
    c. A case review or summary (local or international) that may extend to 500-1000 words.
8. The formatting requirements of the submission are as follows:
    a. The submission must be in a Microsoft word Document.
    b. Font size-12, Font color-black, Font style- Calibri/ Times New Roman in single spacing.
    c. The title must be limited to a maximum of 15 words.
   e. Statutes, case laws, and other online materials can also be referred to as an in-text hyperlink where appropriate.

Submit: Submit your contribution and a brief bio (not more than 100 words) in two separate word files to

DisclaimerThrough the submission of a contribution/work for the publication in the CLIP Blog, an author confirms that the work reflects his/her original thoughts and is not plagiarized. In case of an inappropriate academic practice the editorial board will not bear any responsibility and the author will be personally responsible. The editorial board reserves the right to accept or reject a submission for publication in the CLIP Blog and the decision of the board is not subject to any challenge. The editorial board retains the right of editing/revision before publication of a submission or request the author for appropriate revision. The revisions and feedback will be communicated to the author before publication.