Oregon Review of International Law publishes articles that analyze connections between social, economic, and political forces and touch on a variety of issues, including human rights, international trade, and international business. We welcome a diversity of topics and opinions.
We accept article submissions from professors and practitioners on a rolling basis. The Oregon Review of International Law (ORIL) will also accept submissions for review from a person who holds a J.D. or an international law degree, such as an LL.B., regardless of whether such person is currently a student. For example, ORIL will accept submissions from LL.M. or Ph.D. students with a J.D. or LL.B. degree, but ORIL will not accept submissions from students studying to obtain a J.D. or LL.B.
All submissions should be double-spaced, twelve-point font, with footnotes.
Citations should conform to The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (20th ed. 2015) and The Chicago Manual of Style (17th ed. 2017).
Please include a cover letter and a resume or CV.