Call for Papers: Stanford Journal of Blockchain & Policy

About the Institution

Stanford University, officially Leland Stanford Junior University, is a private research university located in the census-designated place of Stanford, California, near the city of Palo Alto.

About JBLP

The Stanford Journal of Blockchain Law & Policy is the first law journal to publish in the greater blockchain technology space. It features Articles (peer-reviewed), Essays, and Comments. 

Edited by Stanford University-affiliated academics and practitioners based out of the Stanford CodeX Blockchain Group and part of the Stanford Center for Blockchain Research, JBLP fills a critical need in the field for a neutral, disinterested, and reputable platform to publish high-quality content and to advance the discourse.


Their scope spans (but is not limited to) the legal aspects of blockchains and cryptocurrencies, regulatory and policy ramifications, governance, and the future of decentralization.

Submission Guidelines

  • They accept Articles (10,000+ words), Essays (up to 10,000 words), and Comments (under 3,000 words). 
  • Only Articles undergo peer review. 
  • The Journal’s print version is published twice a year in the spring and fall and is preceded by the online publication of the same content in the winter and summer.
  • Submissions are accepted year-round. 
  • They need not focus exclusively on blockchain law & policy but at a minimum must include significant coverage.
  • Citations must conform to the most recent edition of The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation.

How to Submit?

Submit your manuscript in Microsoft Word format via either (1) Scholastica, or (2) email to Please include a CV/resume.

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