Ejil - EAFIT Journal of International Law
EAFIT Journal of International Law welcomes articles from professors, practitioners, and law students from all around the world. We consider contributions of varying lengths and styles; having an average extension of 6000 words is recommended but not mandatory.
We accept submissions on a rolling basis. Nonetheless, to be considered for the July- December issue, articles should be submitted by the end of October; to be considered for the January-June issue, it is best to submit articles by the end of April.
All material submitted must be original. Ejil does not evaluate papers that are scheduled for publication, or are currently under review, elsewhere.
A request to submit a contribution to the Ejil is not a guarantee that the contribution will be published
Authors must ensure that their submissions include a direct e-mail address and phone number at which they can be reached throughout the review period, plus a copy their CV.
Articles for Ejil should be submitted in electronic version (word version) and emailed to: email@example.com.
In addition, there are the following requirements to submitted texts:
- Full manuscript title must have the first letter of each word capitalized. The font must be the same as the text but its size shall be 14.
- Names of authors -a short biography in the first footnote-. These names shall read "By:" or "Por:"
- All electronic documents must be in Microsoft Word, text 1.5-spaced and use Times New Roman font (12 points for text -10 points for footnotes); margins of 2.5 cm; number the pages consecutively.
- Articles should include a 200-word abstract. ( English and Spanish). After the abstract, the article should also include 4 to 6 key words. (English and Spanish).
- The title “Abstract”, “Resumen”, “Key words” and “Palabras Claves” must be in italic and bold.
- There must be a space between the Abstract and the Key words, and two between these and the body of the text.
- Authors are requested to consult and follow the attached document for footnotes and references. Failure to do so may result in the rejection of the article. Authors should be prepared to supply any cited sources upon request.
- A page brake must be done between the body of the article and the bibliography.
EAFIT Journal of International Law greatly appreciates all submissions. We will attempt to notify authors of acceptance or rejection as quickly as possible.
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