Wednesday, October 20, 2010
Call for Papers: Asian Journal of International Law
Cambridge University Press will publish the first issue of the Asian Journal of International Law (AsianJIL) in January 2011. It is the Journal of the Asian Society of International Law. The Journal is now soliciting submissions for future issues. Articles should be between 8,000 and 12,000 words (excluding footnotes) and be submitted exclusively to the AsianJIL, with publication subject to double-blind peer-review and editorial discretion.
It publishes peer-reviewed scholarly articles and book reviews on public and private international law. The regional focus of the Journal is broadly conceived. Some articles may focus specifically on Asian issues; others will bring one of the many Asian perspectives to bear on issues of global concern. Still others will be of more general interest to scholars, practitioners, and policymakers located in or working on Asia. The Journal is published in English as a matter of practical convenience rather than political endorsement. English language reviews of books in other languages are particularly welcomed.
For more details on style and the submission process, as well as information on how to subscribe, click here or visit www.AsianJIL.org,