Blockchain JBBA Journal, 7th issue

Posted by Professor Dr Naseem Naqvi, community karma 1017

Why chose the JBBA for your Blockchain research?

* We publish in real-time, online, as well as in PRINT - the hard copies are distributed worldwide

* Print copies are available at some of the largest libraries in the world including British Library, Cornell University Library and over 100+ more around the globe

* Our authors and readers rate the JBBA as outstanding. Check out some of the testimonials here

* We are Indexed in DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals)

* We create infographics of best research papers

* We publish Video Abstracts of research papers

* We are ON the Blockchain - ARTiFACTS Blockchain Portal

* We are permanently archived at PORTICO

* We are On Publons supporting Authors, Reviewers and Editors

* We offer Language Editing and Translation Services to non-native English speaking authors

* We have a JBBA YouTube Channel

* JBBA papers are quoted by Government Officials, Policymakers, Regulators and High Profile Organisations - Creating a Global Impact

And more!

Look forward to receiving your blockchain research papers!

Best wishes

Dr Naseem Naqvi

Editor in Chief, The JBBA

1 Comment

Lillian Glenister, community karma 33

Hello Dr. Naqvi,

After viewing your post, I wanted to bring California Western International Law Journal's 2021 Blockchain Symposium Issue to your attention.

Our Symposium Issue, entitled "International and Comparative Perspectives on Blockchain Technology: The Intersection of Law, Technology, and Governance," seeks articles that discuss the international and comparative legal questions that arise from the use of blockchain technology and the manner in which legal systems are equipped to handle these challenges. 

Selected authors will have their articles published in the Spring 2021 printed edition of the California Western International Law Journal and will also be invited to present their papers at an online conference to be held in February 2021

Additionally, authors will each be awarded an honorarium of $500 upon publication of their papers.

If you or any of your colleagues are interested, abstracts are due by October 15, 2020 and should be submitted to the Editor-in-Chief at with Blockchain Symposium Submission in the subject line. The Symposium Committee will notify authors whether their proposal has been selected by November 15, 2020.

For more information, please visit:

Thank you very much,

Lillian K. Glenister

Editor-in-Chief, California Western International Law Journal

J.D. Candidate, Class of 2021

California Western School of Law

almost 4 years ago
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