ARTICLES

The Georgetown Journal of International Law (GJIL) is currently soliciting article submissions on topics broadly related to international trade law for its annual trade issue (Issue 52.3). Deadline for submission is February 15th, 2021. GJIL will accept submissions of manuscripts for publication via ExpressO, Scholastica, and email (lawgjil@georgetown.edu). Authors are encouraged to submit early and are asked to indicate that the submission is for the trade issue.

GJIL continues to welcome submissions of manuscripts for publication in other our other upcoming issues via ExpressO or Scholastica. Articles should be less than 25,000 words and formatted according to the Bluebook citation system. Please note that articles solely focused on foreign law––rather than international, comparative, or transnational––will not be considered for publication.

NOTES

GJIL welcomes student-authored work in the form of note submissions. All Georgetown and non-Georgetown current J.D. and LL.M students are eligible to submit notes for consideration. Please send your submission in Microsoft Word format to GJILnotes.editors@gmail.com

Please note that, at this time, we are only soliciting note submissions for our two upcoming symposia issues: on the topic of international trade (Issue 52.3) and on the topic of international organizations (Issue 52.4). We invite students writing on other topics to submit their notes to us in March 2021. 

BLOG POSTS

We also accept submissions for our blog. Posts should run between 700 and 1500 words. Sources should be hyperlinked. Posts must not have been published anywhere else. Following publication, articles are featured on our social media accounts. The blog’s content guidelines are the same as for the print journal but with greater flexibility. Send submissions to our Digital Editor at GJILblog@gmail.com.

N.B. GJIL Online is no longer active nor accepting submissions. 

Diana Reisman
Editor-in-Chief
Georgetown Journal of International Law
Georgetown University Law Center
600 New Jersey Avenue, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20001
lawgjil@georgetown.edu