The Law and Global Justice Forum accepts both article and blog-length submissions on any topic with global justice implications, whether international or domestic.
Copyright for both Article and Blog submissions must be exclusively retained by the submitting author.
Articles must be thoughtful, well researched and supported, and represent the author’s original work. There is no minimum or maximum length so long as the article addresses the proposed thesis fully and concisely. Article’s must be complete when submitted but author’s should expect to undergo an intensive editing process involving technical and substantive revision as well as review of all cited source material.
To submit an article for consideration, please send it here: Articles Submission.
Blog pieces can address any issue impacting the law and/or global justice. If you have an existing piece that you would like to submit for consideration, please do so. If you have not yet completed your piece, our editors suggest submitting a proposed topic (with argument and some supporting sources) for review. In both situations, authors should expect to undergo an editing process.
Blog pieces must cite at least five (5) sources, at least two (2) of which must be deemed ‘legal’ (e.g. statute, judicial opinion, secondary-source).
Published pieces will be between 500 and 1000 words, but the exact length will be determined during the editing process. Submissions should also include an image which can be published without any copyright or trademark limitations.
To submit a blog or blog-topic for consideration, please send it here: Blog Submission.
For more information about joining LGJF as a permanent staff member, please visit us here.