International Trade Law & Regulation is a leading quarterly international law journal published in the UK by Sweet & Maxwell and co-edited by two members of the City Law School’s academic staff.
The journal provides topical analysis on key debates and developments in both public and private aspects of international trade law (the law of the WTO and free trade agreements as well as international commercial law) and investment law (investment treaties and investor-state arbitration). It features:
- In-depth analytical articles by leading academics, practitioners and policy makers
- Shorter opinion pieces on recent developments and emerging issues
- Book reviews of recent publications in the field
Call for Submissions and Guidelines for Contributors
The Int. T.L.R. actively seeks submissions from academics and practitioners in the fields noted above throughout the year. All contributions must be in English and contributors should supply their full contact details, including email address, for further correspondence.
Please include an abstract of no more than 50 words, describing the contents of the contribution. This abstract will appear on the contents page of Int. T.L.R.
The authors of accepted contributions will receive two complimentary copies of the issue in which their paper appears.
Contributions are welcome under the following headings:
Articles should analyse a major, current theme of international interest in the field. Articles should aim to discuss a subject with an emphasis on theory, although practical relevance may also be considered.
Articles should be between 6,000–9,000 words, though shorter or longer contributions may be considered.
In the style of an editorial, the Opinion should be a topical, ideally controversial piece on a recent development in the field aimed at stimulating debate. Opinions are approximately 2,000–4,000 words in length.
Book reviews should offer a short summary of a recent book (published in the last two years) in the field along with critical analysis and insight. Book reviews are normally between 1000 and 1,500 words in length.
Please contact email@example.com to discuss a book review or to obtain a review copy.
The contribution should be sent as an email attachment in Microsoft Word together with the abstract, the contributor’s full contact details and the contributor’s biography to:
Eleanor Loutzenhiser, Commissioning Editor:
Cases and statutes, etc. should be cited accurately and in the correct format, preferably in the footnotes.
Submission of a paper will be held to imply that it contains original unpublished work. Please note that it is the responsibility of the contributor of each paper to collect any permissions and acknowledgements necessary for the paper to be published prior to submission.
The publishers reserve the right to check the submitted paper for originality and sources.
Copyright in contributions is vested jointly with the contributors and the publishers.
Editorial Advisory Board
- Yoshinori Abe, Professor of Law, Gakushuin University
- Camilla Andersen, Professor of International Commercial Law, University of Western Australia
- Raj Bhala, Rice Distinguished Professor, The University of Kansas
- Chi Carmody, Professor of Law, University of Western Ontario
- John Clarke, Director of International Affairs, European Commission, Brussels
- Mark Clough QC, Senior Counsel, Dentons, Brussels
- Aline Doussin, Partner, Hogan Lovells LLP, London
- Anne Macgregor, Brussels Bureau Chief, The Capitol Forum
- Bryan Mercurio, Professor of Law, Chinese University of Hong Kong
- Yenkong Ngangjoh Hodu, Professor of International Economic Law, University of Manchester
- Djakhongir Saidov, Professor of Commercial Law, King’s College London
- Fiona Smith, Professor of International Economic Law, University of Leeds
- Kenneth Vandevelde, Dean and Professor of Law, Thomas Jefferson School of Law
- Valentina Vadi, Ph.D., Avvocato (Florence Bar)