Call for Articles: Georgetown Immigration Law Journal

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The Georgetown Immigration Law Journal is seeking submissions for its spring issue!

The Georgetown Immigration Law Journal (GILJ) publishes scholarly articles and student notes that contribute to the advancement of the theory and practice of domestic and international immigration law. The journal welcomes submissions from scholars, practitioners, and doctoral degree candidates in various disciplines.

GILJ publishes articles on a broad range of subjects related to the legal aspects of immigration, both domestically and internationally. The journal will consider articles related to domestic immigration and/or international migration on subjects including but not limited to: US or comparative immigration law and policy, forced migration, refugee law, internal displacement, and nationality law. As GILJ is dedicated to publishing work falling under a broad conception of immigration law, articles might also touch upon related legal fields such as administrative law, constitutional law, criminal law, international law, human rights, and labor law.