The Rutgers Law School International Law and Human Rights Journal is currently accepting articles for its Spring 2022 print peer-reviewed issue. We welcome the submission of articles and essays under 25,000 words (including footnotes). Articles above 45,000 words are discouraged. We accept submissions via Scholastica and through email at email@example.com. We are not accepting student notes at this time.
Although young, the International Law & Human Rights Journal has already generated attention through its curation of timely, cutting-edge scholarship. Our inaugural Spring and Fall issues will feature prominent scholars and practitioners such as:
-His Excellency, Judge Chile Eboe-Osuji, former President of the International Criminal Court
-Former United Nations Special Rapporteur Felipe Gonzalez Morales
-Professor John E. Bonine, Professor of Law at the University of Oregon School of Law
-Professor Reuven Avi-Yonah, Professor of Law at the University of Michigan Law School
Our first year and a half has set the tone for the scholarship and perspectives in the fields of international law and human rights law that we endeavor to promote as a journal. We are committed to bringing into the American discussion on international law and human rights, those scholars which have heretofore been ignored or undervalued, and therefore we welcome the work of scholars or practitioners from Africa, Asia, Latin America, and other overlooked legal communities.