CALL FOR PAPERS
The Journal of Philosophy of International Law (JPIL) is a peer-reviewed (and currently an open source Journal) published by ElectronicPublications.Org Ltd—a publisher with no institutional affiliation. The JPIL’s sister publications are the Manchester Journal of International Economic Law and the Journal of Islamic State Practices in International Law. The JPIL is being re-launched and will be published twice a year (May and November). The Journal has a distinguished Advisory Board and its aim is to provide an established scholarly platform for the philosophy of international law.
The aims of the JPIL are to promote:
The areas that might be covered by these aims include, but are not confined to the following:
Guidelines for Authors:
The Journal welcomes submissions of articles and reviews for consideration with a view to publication. The normal word length for article contributions is between 4000-8000 words. The normal word length for reviews/commentaries should be 1000 to 1500 words. Submissions (except reviews/commentaries) should include a short abstract of not more than 60 words. The style guide for references is Oxford University Standard for Citation of Legal Authorities (OSCOLA).