Call for Papers

  • Conference Title:

    5th International Conference on Business, Law and Social Science

  • Conference Dates:

    03rd-05th, July 2023

  • Deadline for Abstract:

    05th June 2023

  • Venue:

    University of Cambridge, Newnham College, Cambridge, United Kingdom

5th International Conference on Business, Law and Social Science

Organising Committee has issued a Call for Papers, and would welcome the submission of abstracts in any area that falls within the broad conference theme.

To give your presentation in our academic conferences, please submit your proposal/abstract. Once your proposal is officially accepted by the conference committee, you have to register for the conference.

Call for Papers ICBLSS 2023 July Cambridge

Categories of Submissions

FLE is seeking submission of papers for presentations at the conference in two categories:

Abstract Submission

Academic Paper Submission (Optional)

Abstract Submission

Presentation based on Abstract: All submitted abstracts will undergo a blind review. An abstract/proposal between 300 to 500 words, clearly summarizing the arguments, should be submitted before the deadline. The committee normally reaches its decision within two weeks after abstract submission. All abstracts must be submitted in English using an ‘Abstract Submission Form’. All abstracts/proposals will be published online after the conference and uploaded on FLE’s website. Click here to Download ABSTRACT SUBMISSION FORM

Academic Paper Submission (Optional)

Presentation based on Academic Paper: All submitted academic papers will be peer reviewed. Please submit the full academic paper only if your abstract has been first officially accepted by the committee and your are FULLY registered for the conference after paying the registration fee. The preferred length of full paper (including footnotes) is 5,000 words (maximum limit). In general, please confine your paper between 10-12 pages, everything included. It must include an abstract (no more than 150 words) and 3 to 5 keywords. Author’s autobiographical details should appear as the first footnote of each contribution, and include the name, academic and professional qualifications, institutional affiliation, current title and position of each author. Full paper must be written in British English, typed using Times New Roman (normal style and font size 12) and in MS-Word. Page size should be A4, single column with 2.5 cm margin on both sides with single line spacing. All pages of the manuscript (including Tables and Figures) should be numbered.

A full paper should be submitted before the deadline, following the paper submission guidelines. The committee normally reaches its decision within two weeks after each conference. All papers must be submitted in English.

Abstract Submission Deadline

An abstract/proposal written on a topic within the broad conference theme should be submitted before deadline.

Please note the below Important Dates in your dairy:

Description Important Dates and/or Deadlines
Conference Start Date
Conference End Date
Abstract Submission Deadline
Notification of Acceptance Within two weeks
Early Bird Registration Deadline
FULL Paper Submission Deadline
Late Registration Deadline


Registration Process

Click here to get detailed information regarding Registration Process.

An abstract/proposal between 300 to 500 words, clearly summarising the arguments, should be submitted by completing an online Abstract Submission Form. Otherwise, kindly click here to download the ‘Abstract Submission Form’ and email the duly filled form to

Click here to submit your abstract form ONLINE

Abstract Evaluation Criteria

All abstract submitted for presentation in FLE Learning’s conferences are reviewed by one of the Conference Committee members. Abstracts are evaluated and accepted for presentation based on the following selection criteria:

  • Clear description of the research topic in the title
  • Clear and concise description of the research – focused objectives, clearly stated study design/methodology, clearly presented results (whether preliminary), and well-drawn conclusion and/or recommendations for future research
  • Relevance, currency, appropriateness and significance of the abstract/issue/problem to the Conference theme
  • Originality – theoretical orientations and/or practical application or contribution to the field
  • Evidence of a high standard of research and/or practice(where applicable)