Journal on business, property law makes fresh return
TO fill the gap for a quality journal that will serve as a platform for indepth analysis of business and legal issues by experience practitioners and academics, the Gravitas Review of Business and Property Law has hit the news stand again after 22 years out of circulation.
The journal which was first published in 1988 was forced to suspend publication as a result of the socio-economic crisis of 1993.
While addressing the newsmen in Lagos, its Managing Editor and Chief Executive, Gravitas Legal and Business Resources Limited, Mr. Moshood Shehu said the journal was initially a bi-monthly publication but would now be published quarterly, noting that the new publication came back well packaged than what obtained 22 years ago.
He noted that the publication would be a platform for robust and in-depth analysis of business and legal issues by experienced practitioners and academics.
He said the journal would be a resource material to practitioners, businessmen and students of law as it would publish well researched and peer-reviewed articles on all aspects of business and property law including energy, international finance and transactions, economic crimes and sanctions, capital market and securities, maritime, taxation, project finance, land transactions and intellectual property, tourism and travel law, project finance, arbitration law, labour law, mining law, consumer protection law, estate, wills, trust and their administration among others.
According to him, the journal would serve as a permanent archive for lecturers and researchers as it would contain their works and business articles by legal luminaries including that of Prof, Yemi Osinbajo, Prof Akin Ibidapo-Obe, Prof. Akin Oyebode among others.
He said articles would also be sourced from other jurisdiction to engender international comparison and distillation of practices.
Shehu further disclosed that the publication would also be online full time on stream as from next month for sale of digital copies to willing corporate bodies and other customers in line