The Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law (DJCIL”) publishes original scholarship on international, transnational and comparative law matters. DJCIL welcomes submissions from professors and practitioners. At this time, DJCIL does not accept submissions from non-Duke Law students.
Please submit manuscripts as early as possible. Offers of publication are made on a rolling basis.
DJCIL will make every effort to expedite review in light of deadlines imposed by other journal(s) that have accepted a piece. Please submit expedite requests via Scholastica.
Please provide the following information in your correspondence:
DJCIL’s Articles Editors carefully review each submission and, upon their recommendation, the article selection committee makes a final decision regarding publication. Once an article is selected, the Editor-in-Chief contacts the author with a contract and further information on the publication process.
We look forward to reviewing your submissions.