JFIEL is an online, student-led, and peer-reviewed platform with an aim to analyze legal developments and foster discourse in the field of international law and the international economic arena. We seek to create a database of rigorous academic exchange that contributes to research, policy and critical thought for students, academics and practitioners.
The Jindal Forum for International and Economic Laws (JFIEL), welcomes original and previously unpublished submissions on a rolling basis throughout the year. It has been recognized as one of the Top 35 International Law blogs in the world in 2020 and 2021.
Themes for Contributions
Kindly note that this is merely an indicative list of themes that the JFIEL seeks to engage with, in terms of generating a wider discourse. It is by no means exhaustive!
● WTO Law and Policy
● International Investments Law
● International Criminal Law
● International Human Rights Law
● International Humanitarian Law
● International Commercial Arbitration
● International Space Law
Guidelines for Submission
Contributions must be between 1,000-1,200 words in length. Longer or shorter articles may be submitted and the limit is subject to flexibility based editorial discretion (on a case-to-case basis).
All contributors to send a short biography in the email containing the submission.
All contributions must be submitted along with four to five relevant keywords.
All contributions must contain relevant hyperlinks within the document, citing appropriate sources. This includes all cases, articles, international instruments, and/or other sources. Kindly use footnotes sparingly, and only in the case of offline (or otherwise inaccessible) sources.
Co-authorship is permitted up to a maximum of two people, the details of which must be shared with the editors.
Contributions submitted must be cogent and concise. There is a preference for pieces that analyse contemporary legal developments.
At present, we accept contributions only in English.
All contributions must be previously unpublished.
In case the piece has been sent to JFIEL and is accepted for publication, and the author seeks to publish it elsewhere —
1. There must be clear notice given to the Editors, in writing, communicating such an intention of the author to re-publish the piece on another forum.
2. The subsequent publication may be put up on the other forum 48 hours after it has been featured on JFIEL.
How to Contribute
If you are interested in contributing to the Jindal Forum for International and Economic Laws, please send an email to: email@example.com.
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