Call for Articles

  • WLA invites contributions from professionals from around the world to submit an article for publishing on its various platforms. WLA encourages global participation and invites authors from different backgrounds, cultures, and educational beliefs to contribute. Although academic rigor and writing quality is required and cannot be compromised.

    Send your material at publisher@worldlawalliance.com

  • Academic Articles

    These articles typically involve both primary research and secondary research. The author must be able to verify, upon request, all primary or secondary research data used for the article. The author must assert that the article does not infringe upon any copyright or intellectual property laws and that all appropriate ethical standards (e.g., informed consent) were followed. We accept two subtypes of academic articles:

    1. An original, unpublished, academic article based on an academic research study conducted by the author(s) that typically is based on both primary and secondary research data and normally involves explanatory research.  OR
    2. An assessment or critique of a previously published, peer-reviewed,

    Feature Articles

    These articles typically do not involve primary research but usually involves secondary research. The author must assert that the article does not infringe upon any copyright or intellectual property laws.

    Examples include concept papers, descriptive research, article reviews, literature reviews, as well as those types of in-depth scholarly articles found in leading higher education newspapers, magazines, bulletins, blogs, and newsletters.

    We accept two subtypes of feature articles:

    1. An original, unpublished, feature article based on the author’s own work.. OR
    2. An assessment or critique of a previously published, full-length article from a general audience periodical.

    Opinion Articles

    Opinion articles should be between 2,000 and 4,000 words. These articles typically do not involve primary or secondary research, although a short list of references to support the article is often helpful. The author must assert that the article does not infringe upon any copyright or intellectual property laws. These articles should be written in first-person, narrative style. The author’s personal views and conclusions should be based on the author’s subject matter expertise and experience on the topic. Examples include articles that appear in the op-ed or commentary sections of newspapers, magazines, bulletins, blogs, and newsletters.

    In an opinion article, the author expresses his/her thoughts and beliefs based on his/her professional experience and lessons learned throughout their career. The author explains why he/she thinks what they say is true, correct and valuable but does not necessarily need to ‘ground’ their statements solely in the academic literature, or to conduct any further research to test, verity, validate those beliefs.

    We accept two subtypes of opinion articles:

    1. An original, unpublished opinion article based on the author’s personal view of a topic. OR
    2. A critique of a previously published, full-length opinion-editorial article.

    Interview Articles

    Interview articles should be between 2,000 and 4,000 words. These articles typically do not involve primary or secondary research, although a short list of references to support the article is often helpful. The author must assert that the article does not infringe upon any copyright or intellectual property laws. These articles should be written in first-person, narrative style. These articles are based on the opinion, subject matter expertise, and experience of the interviewer and interviewee.

    All articles must be submitted as a .doc formatted Microsoft Word document. Images embedded in the document should be in gif, jpg, or png format. Articles selected for publication will be reformatted to fit the formatting requirements of the publishing platform.

    Articles should include the following sections:

    Title
    Author(s)
    Affiliation(s)
    Keywords
    Abstract
    Introduction
    Research Methods if any
    Data Analysis if any
    Conclusions
    References