Publishing Institution:

The Goettingen Journal of International Law

The Goettingen Journal of International Law is an initiative with the primary objective of publishing an e-journal of legal scholarship focusing on International Law. Our aim is to publish a journal that fosters debate among scholars of diverse fields in international law, while, at the same time, facilitating contributions to the debate from related disciplines. GoJIL publishes two types of issues. The first type is a semi-annual regular issue. For this we encourage submissions addressing international law in general employing methodologies from neighboring disciplines such as international relations, history, or economics. The journal also welcomes contributions emanating from specialized branches of international law such as international criminal law, international humanitarian law, and international economic law.
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