The Kabarak Law Review Blog (KLR Blog), is a legal academic blog whose objective is to facilitate engaging conversations and to spark debate on emerging issues affecting our endlessly evolving world. It aims to do this by publishing short-form academic pieces.
Through the KLR Blog, we bring together dedicated intellectuals to provide insight on contentious legal issues while at the same time striving to ensure the KLR Blog is accessible to as wide an audience as possible. The KLR Blog is run in such a way as to maintain a balance between reader accessibility and academic rigour.
The KLR Blog considers submissions from students of law, researchers, policy makers, academics, judicial officers and other members of the profession.
Blog posts are to be about 1000 words. Citations in the form of endnotes are encouraged. Please send your submissions to email@example.com and include a short bio of yourself.
The opinions expressed on KLR Blog are solely those of individual authors and are not representative of the views of Kabarak Law Review, its editors, other authors, or the institutions with which the authors are affiliated. The purpose of this blog is to educate and discuss current legal issues, it should not be considered a substitute for professional legal advice from a licensed advocate.