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The N.Y.U. Jour­nal of Inter­na­tion­al Law & Pol­i­tics is cur­rent­ly accept­ing sub­mis­sions on a rolling basis through Scholas­ti­ca or through direct sub­mis­sion to

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Arti­cle Selec­tion Process

We con­sid­er each man­u­script we receive using an exten­sive review process, which can take sev­er­al weeks. If you receive an offer from anoth­er jour­nal dur­ing this time­frame and need an expe­dit­ed review, please con­tact nyujilp@gmail.comwith the appro­pri­ate details. Please note, how­ev­er, that because of our review process, any sub­mis­sion that is expe­dit­ed for a date less than one week from when you seek expe­dit­ed review may be dis­ad­van­taged. Expe­dit­ed review pro­vides your piece with no com­pet­i­tive advan­tage in our process.

Con­tent Require­ments

Length: The N.Y.U. Jour­nal of Inter­na­tion­al Law & Pol­i­tics is com­mit­ted to pub­lish­ing work that is con­cise and read­able. We strong­ly encour­age sub­mis­sions between 12,000 and 20,000 words (exclud­ing foot­notes). 

Cita­tions: Cita­tions must con­form to the Twen­ti­eth Edi­tion of The Blue­book: A Uni­form Sys­tem of Cita­tion. Fail­ure to con­form to the The Blue­book will be a fac­tor that weighs sig­nif­i­cant­ly against accep­tance of the man­u­script.

Abstract: Please include a short abstract with your sub­mis­sion.

Restric­tions on Stu­dent Authors

The N.Y.U. Jour­nal of Inter­na­tion­al Law & Pol­i­tics will not review sub­mis­sions for inclu­sion in our Arti­cles sec­tion if the sole author is a cur­rent J.D. stu­dent (at New York Uni­ver­si­ty School of Law or else­where). We will con­sid­er Arti­cles co-authored by J.D. stu­dents if one of the co-authors is not a cur­rent J.D. stu­dent.

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