The International Law Journal of London invites submissions from students, faculty, and professionals of all fields to contribute to any area of international law. We seek thought provoking articles bringing something new to the table and innovative in its content. We especially prefer articles that can add to the interpretation or application of the law in a positive manner. The editorial team works around the clock to ensure we review all articles that are submitted as we usually deal with a high quantity of work. We retain the finest pieces of work in regards to submissions.
We currently accept articles, notes, book reviews, and case commentaries on a running basis for our third volume. We also accept essays for online publication in the running issue found in the "Online" blog section of our website. While book reviews and case commentaries are self-explanatory and do not have any specific restrictions, we have detailed the requirements for articles and short notes below:
Articles: Should be between 12,000 - 25,000 words. Note that we do not look for quantity but quality.
Notes: Should be anywhere between 3000 - 9000 words and should do a good job of summarizing the overall topic of the thesis. Notes of fewer word count will be considered depending on issue.
Online Articles/Essays: Should be anywhere between 1000-6000 words and should reflect recent events with a focus on international law although viewpoints on international relations may be shared. Pictures with appropriate citations are allowed.
We are currently accepting submissions for our first volume which may submitted to email@example.com.
For more information or questions on submissions, please contact us. Happy writing!
International law journal Of London