* Publication Opportunity – Virginia Journal of International Law Online
The Virginia Journal of International Law (VJIL)is pleased to announce its launch of an online companion to the journal, VJIL Online. Now in its fiftieth year, VJIL is the oldest continuously-published, student-edited international law journal in the United States. VJIL Online will publish high-quality articles on public and private international law written by academics, practitioners, judges, and law students of all levels. This extension of VJIL’s printed pages seeks to facilitate discussion of current issues in the international legal community. VJIL Online specifically invites submissions that focus on provocative, cutting-edge topics in international law, and we also welcome timely responses to articles in VJIL’s print journal.
VJIL Online is currently accepting submissions for its November 2010 launch. We welcome submissions of between 3,000 and 4,000 words with light citations. VJIL Online accepts submissions on a rolling basis, and accepted essays will be placed on an expedited production schedule for timely publication.
Essays or print article responses may be sent to the Managing Editor of VJIL Online at jn5g with the subject line “VJIL Online Submission.” We also welcome submissions through our print journal’s ExpressO account.
Additional submission information is available at http://www.vjil.org. We very much hope that you will consider publishing with VJIL Online, and that you will spread the news of our launch to your friends and colleagues. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us
Very truly yours,
Jennifer A. Nelson