Last Call for Submissions! - Loyola University Chicago International Law Review (deadline: July 9, 2021)

Posted by Michael Cornell, community karma 57
The Loyola University Chicago International Law Review announces its final call for manuscripts from academics and legal practitioners for Volume 17 Issue 2 (Winter 2021). The journal will accept new manuscripts for review through July 9, 2021. 

Manuscripts may address the Spring 2021 Symposium topic, “COVID-19 and Race in International Law,” as well as international environmental and climate justice, climate change and conflict, or other topics relating to themes of structural bias, intersectionality, and international law.

Those wishing to submit a paper should send the following items through Scholastica or to

  • The working title of your paper, along with a one-paragraph abstract and a short (50-75 word) biography describing your professional background;
  • Your working manuscript; and
  • Contact information, including your name, title, institutional affiliation, postal address, email address, and telephone number.
Following its review of manuscripts submitted, the editorial board will notify authors of all decisions by mid-August.

1 Comment

Vincent Chiaverini, community karma 741

I am happy to say I have submitted my article for publication in the journal! Further, my article meets the topics relating to themes of structural bias, intersectionality, and international law! Hoping to hear from you soon.


almost 3 years ago
Thank you, Vincent, and we look forward to reading your work!
Michael Cornell – almost 3 years ago
Hello Vincent, I just wanted to mention that we do not seem to have received your manuscript yet. Thank you for checking!
Michael Cornell – almost 3 years ago
Michael, Thank you for checking in! My funding has been approved and you should be seeing my article in your inbox shortly! Please let me know if I can help in any way. Best, Vincent Chiaverini
Vincent Chiaverini – almost 3 years ago
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