Wednesday, March 3, 2010
The Minnesota Journal of International Law is seeking articles for its new online companion. The Journal will retain the multidisciplinary mission of the print journal, and will keep the journal’s historical focus by highlighting scholarship related to global trade. The online journal is intended to be a content base of shorter and more responsive articles on topics of international law and policy.
The Minnesota Journal of International Law Online is requesting submissions from all interested authors of between 1500 and 3000 words, or approximately five to ten pages. Selected articles will be published on a rolling basis and will undergo the same rigorous cite checking process as articles selected for the print journal. Articles may be submitted via ExpressO, LexOpus, or directly through the journal's website.
The online journal is intended to reach a diverse audience of legal academics, practitioners, and students, as well as academics and practitioners from related fields. To that end, the online journal invites submissions not only those with a J.D. or comparable degree, but also from academics in other fields such as economics, science, and medicine.