The editors of the Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law (CJICL) Blog welcome submissions to be considered for publication online at www.cjicl.org.uk. The Blog aims to publish short academic articles alongside commentary on current affairs and recent cases falling within the broad spheres of international, European and comparative law, with a view to developing a global hub of discussion to complement the regular and special editions of the CJICL. Previous topics addressed on the Blog have ranged from timely discussions of the legal status of Crimea to the cover story of the Cambridge Companion to International Law (kindly provided by Professor James Crawford AC SC), and we welcome such diversity in future submissions.
Generally, blog posts should not exceed 1500 words, should not rely on footnotes, but may contain hyperlinks. Submissions can be uploaded following the instructions at http://cjicl.org.uk/submissions/.