Thursday, April 19, 2012

Call for Submissions: Indian Yearbook of International Law and Policy

The Indian Yearbook of International Law and Policy has issued a call for submissions for its third volume. Here's the call:



The Indian Yearbook of International Law and Policy is currently soliciting submissions for its third issue due to be published in December, 2012. We welcome submissions from academicians, practitioners, policymakers and students from within the legal community and have a strong preference for articles that are not descriptive but prescriptive and argumentatively focused. The submissions will go through a two-staged peer review process and if necessary, will also be edited by the Editorial Board. Please send in your submissions by July 15, 2012 under the categories mentioned below. For general queries relating to your submissions, kindly write to us at:


The INDIAN YEARBOOK of INTERNATIONAL LAW AND POLICY is a peer-reviewed academic publication and aims to provide a forum for the publication of articles in the field of international law, written primarily by experts from the region and elsewhere. The Yearbook seeks to provide an intellectual platform for the discussion and dissemination of Indian views and practices on contemporary international legal issues. It also seeks to encourage interest in all matters relating to international law, exploring new avenues and approaches to its study and has been envisaged as a response to the longstanding demand for the documentation of national practice and policy related to international law.

The contents of the first edition of the Yearbook is attached herewith.


Submissions may be made under the following categories:

Articles: 8000-12000 words,

Comments/Notes: 4000-7000 words,

Case Comments: 3500-8000 words,

Book Reviews: 2000-4000 words

Longer Contributions under each of the categories shall be considered subject to the approval of the Peer Review Board.