Harvard International Law Journal is accepting submissions on a rolling basis for three of its online sections: Perspectives, essays, and case notes.
- PERSPECTIVES: Commentary and analysis of the most recent developments in international laws. No more than 2500 words. Citations should be done by hyperlinking wherever necessary.
- ESSAYS: Topics of public international laws, private international laws, and comparative laws. No more than 5000-7000 words. Citations: The bluebook
- CASE NOTES: Criticism, additional context to situations. No more than 5000 words. There should be a proposal.
- Perspectives must be submitted with resume to firstname.lastname@example.org with Perspectives submission in the Subject line.
- Essays must be submitted with resume to email@example.com with Essay submission in the Subject line.
- Proposal must be submitted with resume to firstname.lastname@example.org with Proposal submission in the Subject line.
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