Submission Guidelines

Word Limit: Preferably,  800-2000 words. Lengthier articles will be published in parts.

Content: Content should be relevant, or if you are taking up an old issue or subject then it can be inquisitorial or highly opinionated piece(ex: ‘Is Customary International Law dying?’). The writers are expected to cite other writers, articles, or books, it they are borrowing any content, as is the case in any academic writing. We also encourage people from outside the legal fraternity to offer their unique perspectives on international law and relations issues.

Form: Make sure the articles are decently articulated and in good form. We do not expect the writers to be grammatically impeccable or write moving pieces of literature, but there should be a decent flow to the content. Rest, the editorial team will get in touch with you if any changes are needed.

Timing: Submissions may be sent to us at any time, year-round.

Simultaneous Submissions: We accept multiple submissions, but consecutive publications by the same writer cannot be guaranteed unless the articles are related or in parts.

Response Time: To discuss the topics, issues or themes you want to write on, contact us. Our response time varies from a couple of hours to a couple of days.

Publication Fee: Kidding. It’s free.