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The Emory International Law Review is published four times a year. Citations in submissions should follow The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (21st ed. 2020) and should be 16,000 - 24,000 words long not including footnotes. Please use footnotes rather than endnotes.
The Emory International Law Review will only accept articles, manuscripts, and essays that are submitted electronically via Scholastica. Please do not mail or email manuscripts to the journal or to individual editors. The Emory International Law Review does not accept student submissions. Student submissions are only considered for the Recent Developments section. Please see Recent Developments for further details.
The Emory International Law Review's Recent Developments section highlights new and emerging issues in the international law landscape. These shorter pieces tackle current topics, and EILR posts them online immediately after our editing process.
Recent Developments submissions can be sent to the Executive Special Content Editor, Ryan Preston, by email. Submissions should be 5,000-7,000 words long, not including footnotes, and should address a current international legal issue.
If you have submitted a manuscript for review by the Emory International Law Review and would like to request an expedited review, please contact the Executive Articles Editor, Rae Ra by email. Please be sure to include the following information:
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- Best way to reach you
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Emory International Law Review
- ISSN: 1052-2850
- Publishes four issues annually on an academic calendar. Volume 37 will be published September 2022–August 2023. Current and select archive issues available online at no cost.
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