Submissions



The Emory International Law Review is published twice a year.  We are currently accepting submissions for Volume 27, Number 1 (2013). Citations in submissions should follow The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (19th ed. 2010). Please use footnotes rather than endnotes.

There are two ways to submit a manuscript for publication.

  1. Electronic Submission: To increase both the efficiency and effectiveness of our article review process, Emory International Law Review strongly prefers electronic submissions via ExpressO.
  2. Paper Submission: Manuscripts can be mailed to:

    Emory International Law Review
    Attn: Executive Articles Editor
    Emory University School of Law
    Gambrell Hall
    Atlanta, Georgia 30322

When we receive your submission, you will be notified by e-mail. We regret that submissions cannot be returned.

Recent Developments

The Emory International Law Review's new Recent Developments section highlights new and emerging issues in the international law landscape. These shorter pieces tackle current topics, and EILR posts them online immediately after our editing process. They are then compiled with the rest of the Articles and Comments in our printed issues.

Recent Development submissions can be sent to Alan Khedairy by email. Submissions for Recent Developments should be 5,000-7,000 words long, not including footnotes, and should address a current international legal issue.

To view EILR's Recent Developments, click here.

Expedited Review

If you have submitted a manuscript for review by the Emory International Law Review and would like to request an expedited review, please contact Frances Ellenbogen, Executive Articles Editor, by email or by telephone at 404.727.2216.  Please be sure to include the following information in any e-mail or voicemail message:

  • Deadline for expedited review
  • Name of the journal(s) that has made a publication offer
  • Best way to reach you