The NYU Journal of International Law & Politics is currently closed for general submissions. Our next round of submissions will likely open in September 2019 for consideration in our summer symposium issue. At that time, we will be seeking articles related to or discussing international law, politics, and rule of law in Latin America. Please check our website (http://nyujilp.org/) periodically for updates.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org with 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.
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.