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Submissions & Subscriptions
The Yale Human Rights and Development Law Journal, a premier journal in the field, is seeking articles between 25,000-30,000 words on topics at the nexus of human rights and development law.
The Journal strongly prefers to receive submissions through ExpressO - Berkeley Electronic Press's widely used law review submissions service. In the alternative, authors may send an email to [email protected]. Authors should not be law students at the time of submission unless they are submitting an article for inclusion in the online component and should include a CV with their submission.
The Journal is open to a wide variety of articles dealing with development and human rights issues and encourages authors to submit articles with a regional and global focus as well as articles dealing with a particular sector in addition to articles that are more universal or theoretical. Articles should be of high quality; original; appropriately sourced (not over-reliant on secondary materials/journal articles); well written; and Bluebooked. The editors of the Yale Human Rights and Development Law Journal look forward to reading your submissions.
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The Yale Human Rights and Development Law Journal publishes one volume per year. Beginning in 2010, each volume includes two issues. Issue 1 is released and delivered at the beginning of each summer in print. Issue 2 appears exclusively online.
The Journal delivers both current and back issues anywhere in the world. The subscription cost (including delivery) of current print issues of the journal is $25 per volume for purchasers in the United States, Canada, and Mexico; and $40 per volume for purchasers elsewhere. The cost of back issues (including delivery) is $30 per volume for purchasers in the United States, Canada, and Mexico; and $45 per volume for purchasers elsewhere. All subscriptions will be renewed automatically unless the subscriber provides timely notice of cancellation. Claims for unreceived issues will be honored for twelve months from the date of publication.
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Yale Human Rights & Development Law Journal
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