The California International Law Journal is inviting submissions of articles for publication for its next Volume XXIII (August 2015). The California International Law Journal is the official publication of the State Bar of California International Law Section and is widely read by members of the State Bar of California.
The substance of California International Law Journal articles should directly relate to at least one international legal issue. The Journal is primarily, but not exclusively, focused on practical subject matters but not to the exclusion of an academic topic that may be interest our readers.
The broad subject areas covered in recent Journal editions have included: international arbitration/litigation developments, immigration law, international human rights law, data protection/privacy, international criminal law, FCPA compliance programs, intellectual property, public international law, international environmental law, European currency crisis, global employment policies, international tax, notable developments in other jurisdiction.
The page range of Journal articles are as follows:
· Standard Article: 15-25 pages, double-spaced
· Short Article: 4-8 pages, double-spaced
· “Practitioner Spotlight”: 4-8 pages, double-spaced
Submission and Editorial Process:
Prospective authors should express interest with a short description and request Author Guidelines for submissions by emailing Associate Editor Deepali V. Lugani (firstname.lastname@example.org). The Author Guidelines address more specific questions related to the style and substance of the articles, and the submission and editorial process.
Please submit your interest and request author guidelines at your earliest. The deadline for final article submissions is May 1, 2015.