CALL FOR PAPERS: Penn State Journal of Law & International Affairs

The Penn State Journal of Law & International Affairs (JLIA) is pleased to announce a call for papers for an issue exploring the evolution and future of the field of international criminal justice on the tenth anniversary of the International Criminal Court.  Papers should analyze topics at the intersection of law and international affairs, including the future of international criminal justice, the role of international criminal justice in international relations, the structural challenges facing the International Criminal Court and its ability to fulfill its mission in the coming decades, as well as other related topics.

Kindly send submissions by January 28, 2013 in accordance with the journal’s Guidelines for Submissions (available at http://elibrary.law.psu.edu/jlia/policies.html).  Authors will be notified by February 28, 2013 and publication is anticipated for Summer 2013.

JLIA is a digital, interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal, jointly published by Penn State's School of Law and School of International Affairs. The journal promotes academic and public discourse at the intersection of law and international affairs, featuring contributions in the areas of public and private international law, international relations, comparative law and politics, geography, economics, history, and policy issues in the various sciences.

Questions may be directed to JLIA’s Executive Editor at psjlia@psu.edu, and more information is available on the journal’s website, http://elibrary.law.psu.edu/jlia/.

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