Collaboration is the currency of the future.
The Clearlaw platform is all about collaboration.
We invite you to submit your thesis, article or informed comment for publication. The document must be in Word, contain all relevant references in the right format (see here and here) and be relevant to the law, policy, regulation or court cases. Innovative thinking and constructive criticism, and your own unique views are welcomed.
The submission will be edited and returned to you for approval before publication. Once published, your details will be available online. You will need to consent to this if you want us to publish your paper (see Storing and using your data). Publication of your material will cost you R1,000.
In line with the popular Medium platform, we urge you to invite your peers to view your submission. If your submission is shared by 5 entirely different people registered on the Clearlaw platform, you will receive R500 and a further R200 is available for the next 5 sets of 4 shares. In other words, you could earn R1,500 for each submission that is published on our site and shared by 25 different people. The maximum you can earn is R1,500 per submission. For more information about this opportunity, see our General Terms and Conditions.
If you submit content to us for publication, please be aware that if it does not meet our requirements (see User-generated content), we will not publish it.