The Georgetown Journal of Law & Public Policy encourages unsolicited submissions of articles, book reviews, and student notes that explore any area of law or public policy. Especially of interest to us are pieces advocating or critiquing conservative, libertarian, or natural law positions. Please address all hard copy manuscripts to:
Georgetown University Law Center
Georgetown Journal of Law & Public Policy
ATTN: Submissions Editor
600 New Jersey Ave., N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20001
Electronic submissions in Microsoft Word format may be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Electronic submissions in Microsoft Word may also be made through Expresso. We will not share your e-mail address with anyone. Subsequent hard copy submission may be required.
Call for Articles
The Georgetown Journal of Law & Public Policy announces a call for articles for our upcoming Summer 2012 issue. The GJLPP publishes scholarship on law and public policy that either advocates or critiques conservative, libertarian, or natural law viewpoints. While we welcome and will review submissions on any topic within this ideological scope, we are particularly interested in scholarship addressing the following issues:
- The effects of Hyper-Partisanship on judicial and executive branch nominations and confirmations.
- The effects of Hyper-Partisanship on executive branch rulemakings including agency regulations and executive orders.
- The effects of increased regulation of financial institutions
- The legal and constitutional impact of health care reform
- Evolving conservative thought in the wake of the current administration
- Constitutional interpretation
- Regulatory changes
We are currently accepting submissions for the Summer 2012 issue. Articles must be at least 6,000 words in length, including footnotes, and are due before February 31, 2011. Please submit manuscripts electronically to email@example.com.