The Harvard International Law Journal is soliciting submissions for Comment, the online extension of its print publication. Each “Comment“ is no more than 5,000 words and allows authors to engage with print articles, adding criticism, additional context, or comparison to situations in other fields. These posts are meant to be timely and engage with recent developments in international law. Please see the Online Submissions link for more details.
- The Justice Conundrum: Africa’s Turbulent Relationship with the ICC - February 18, 2019
- ECtHR Orders Permanent Ban: Can international courts impose disciplinary measures on legal representatives? - February 13, 2019
- Measuring Transformation: At the 50th anniversary of the American Convention on Human Rights, a move to maximize its structural impact - February 6, 2019