About the Journal
African Journal of Commercial Law is a peer-reviewed biennial publication of the Kabarak University Law School and deals with scholarly work in the area of commercial law. The journal seeks to remedy the shortage of research and publication in the field of commercial law and specifically address the need for commercial law research on the African content by African scholars and other scholars interested in the African perspective of commercial law.
Articles, commentaries, case and book reviews in this journal cover but are not limited to the following areas: international trade; regional integration; intellectual property rights; alternative dispute resolution; private international law; consumer protection; taxation; corporate governance; International investment; banking; aviation and cyberspace; securities regulation; insolvency and bankruptcy; and corporate finance. African Journal of Commercial Law also accepts submissions that employ a multidisciplinary approach.
Journal Review Charges
KES 10,000 (USD 100)