Submissions to the Cambridge International Law Journal Blog

The CILJ runs a blog for short analysis pieces and case notes on issues of international law and EU law. Submissions can be made at any time and are considered on a rolling basis. Submissions should not exceed 1,500 words. We aim to provide a response on whether the submission is accepted or not within 10 days, but due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, there may be some delay in this turn-around. Submissions can be made via the following link: https://cambridgejournalofinternatlandcomplaw.submittable.com/submit/49301/cilj-blog-submissions.

**May 2020 update: Please kindly note that due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the high number of blog submissions received in recent months, and altered examination arrangements for the post-graduate members of the Cambridge University community that run the blog, we will be temporarily suspending acceptance of blog posts for a very limited period. Submissions that had already been made prior to 8 May 2020 will be reviewed and processed as usual, but there may be some delay in the turn-around. We appreciate your patience and understanding during this time. Our editorial team will get back to you as soon as possible and there is no need to send queries regarding the status of your submission. Please check this page for further updates on when we will resume accepting blog submissions.

Further information can be obtained from the Managing Editor of the Blog, Ms. Beril Boz (bb534@cantab.ac.uk).