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Call for Submissions – Volume 11.2
Deadline for Submissions: September 1, 2014
The Journal of International Law and International Relations (JILIR) invites submissions (research articles, case comments, and book reviews) from scholars of International Law and/or International Relations for Volume 11.2, which will be compiled in spring 2015. We invite prospective authors to contact us with any questions about the suitability of a particular topic or manuscript. Submissions must be received by September 1, 2014 to be considered for publication.
Please note that articles submitted over the summer will be queued until we return in the fall. Our review process begins September 14, 2014.
Instructions for Authors
Please send all submissions to email@example.com , as attachments in Microsoft Word or Rich Text Format, with the author's name removed from the document for the purposes of anonymous review.
In the body of the email, please include the author's full contact information, including:
- Institutional Affiliation
- Mailing Address
- Telephone Number(s)
- Email Address
While we encourage and publish submissions from scholars based all over the world, all submissions must be in the English language.
The JILIR strongly prefers articles under 25,000 words in length (the equivalent of 50 journal pages) including text and footnotes. We will not publish articles exceeding 30,000 words (the equivalent of 60 journal pages) except in extraordinary circumstances. Book reviews should be between 750 and 1,500 words.
We request that submissions contain footnotes iin accordance with the Canadian Guide to Uniform Legal Citation, 8th edition (Toronto: Carswell, 2014) (“McGill Guide”). Authors are also referred to the Oxford Canadian Dictionary or to the Oxford English Dictionary for spelling. For more information, please consult the JILIR Style Guide.
As a general policy, the JILIR does not expedite articles. Any requests for expedited review will not be considered.
The JILIR is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal that seeks to develop interdisciplinary discourse at the nexus of these two dynamic disciplines. Submissions from academics, practitioners, and students are welcome. All articles and other submissions are carefully considered and anonymously reviewed by academics, graduate, and professional students in the relevant field. The various stages of review include consideration by Associate Editors, a vote by members of our Senior Board, a citations check, and external peer review. Editorial decisions at the Journal are conditional upon peer reviews. We notify authors of our decisions by email.