Forum Conveniens

The Michigan State International Law Review is now soliciting short articles for its new online companion, Forum Conveniens.

 

Style

Forum Conveniens will feature articles that are roughly two times the length of an average opinion/editorial newspaper article (i.e. 1,500-2,000 words). Submissions should be lightly footnoted and conform to the standards of the 19th edition of the Bluebook.  Hyperlinks to sourced material are also encouraged to ensure optimal user access.

 

Content

Forum Conveniens submissions must have a substantial treatment of international law and be of “first impression,” meaning they have not been previously published in another magazine or website. Our Review also encourages authors and students to comment and reply to articles in the current issue of ILR or Forum Conveniens articles in order to create an engaging intellectual and scholarly dialogue.

 

If you are interested in submitting your article, please email the Online Managing Editor of the International Law Review at MichiganStateILR@gmail.com. (hyperlink)

 

Or send hard mail to:

 

Sangik Bae, Online Managing Editor

Michigan State University College of Law
Michigan State International Law Review
Law College Building
648 N. Shaw Lane, Room 209A
East Lansing, MI 48824-1300
517-432-6932
517-432-6966 (fax)

Submissions
3/30/15

  Reflections on Inconsistencies in Remedial Relief for Human Rights Transgressions Relative to Security Risk Aversion      By Robert Bejesky This article takes a look at the role of interrogations during …

3/24/15

The Michigan State International Law Review is excited to announce the Volume 24 Editorial Board for 2015-16:   Editor-in-Chief – Chantelle Dial   Executive Editor – Jesse DePauw   Managing …

 

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