California Western International Law Journal: Last Call for Submissions, Fall 2023

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The California Western International Law Journal (ILJ) is accepting submissions for Volume 54. ILJ publishes timely and original works on a wide variety of international legal topics, including public and private international law, the law of international organizations, international trade law, international environmental law, international arbitration, and international human rights. ILJ also publishes pieces on foreign and comparative law that are of particular interest to the international legal community.

Submission Guidelines: Please include a resume or CV with all submissions. ILJ does NOT accept submissions from law students who are not attending California Western School of Law. 

Length: ILJ publishes articles of varying lengths and styles but highly prefers submissions under 25,000 words (including main text, footnotes, and appendices).

Style: Submissions should use footnotes for citations and additional explanatory text. Additionally, please include a cover page with the title of the work, your name as you prefer to be listed in the publication, an abstract, your affiliation, and, if desired, any other bibliographical information and acknowledgments. 

Citations: ILJ uses the BLUEBOOK, 21st Edition, as our citation style guide. For non-English language sources and personal research, please provide detailed and accurate citation information and have digital source copies available, if possible.

Deadline: Please submit papers by, September 15, 2023, to be published in ILJ.

Please submit your completed paper through Scholastica and direct any questions about publication to