- Rolling Basis – Submissions may be submitted at any point. Submissions received before February 2, 2020 will be considered for the Spring 2020 issue.
- Outlined in the Mission Statement
- Papers written by multiple authors, or written in the format of a debate (either as separate papers or as one) will be considered. The topic of papers can be on the law of any country/region or on international law.
- All papers must be previously unpublished.
Who is eligible to submit:
- Undergraduate students at a college or university, including students taking gap years.
- Multiple submissions are accepted.
- Submission Form (name, university, paper title, class year, major, country)
- Paper (recommend length: 10-30 pages)
- Abstract (200 words max)
- Chicago Format, Times New Roman font, 12 point, double-spaced, 1-inch margins
- Footnotes or endnotes (no parenthetical)
- All legal citations to cases in manuscripts submitted for publication should adhere to the format requirements of “The Bluebook – A Uniform System of Citation” (also known as the “Harvard Blue Book” or merely “The Blue Book”), which is available from http://www.legalbluebook.com. It also may be available at local university’s general and law libraries. In all other respects submissions should conform to the guidelines set out in the MLA Handbook.
- Emailed to email@example.com
- Microsoft Word Attachment