"The Foundation for Law and International Affairs Review (FLIA Review)" (ISSN: 2576-6619) is a journal published quarterly by the Foundation for Law and International Affairs.
the FLIA Review Seeks To Create A New, Transnational Model For The Production And Dissemination Of Scholarship At The Intersection Of Law And International Affairs.
The purpose of this quarterly journal is to provide members of the legal profession and the public generally with peer-reviewed articles, essays, and book reviews by individual authors or co-authors and reports and surveys by FLIA research teams and FLIA Scholars at the intersection of law and international affairs. It seeks to create a new, transnational model for the production and dissemination of scholarship at the intersection of law and international affairs.
The Foundation for Law and International Affairs Review is an open-access journal with no subscription fee and can be accessed below.
Full-text versions are also available on HeinOnline and VLEX|JUSTIS.
Hard copies are available for $20 per issue excluding shipping fees. To purchase one, email us at email@example.com
FLIA Review accepts contributing authors year-round. Send all submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org using the subject line "FLIA Review Submission", and include the following attachments:
- Prospective Manuscript
- Résumé or C/V
- Cover page with your contact information (name, telephone number, e-mail address and mailing address)
Review the below guidelines carefully before sending submissions.
Manuscripts should follow the specifications below:
- Microsoft Word or Word-compatible software program.
- There is no page limit for submissions for publication. However, please consider that a majority of articles published by FLIA Review range from 7,000 to 12,000 words.
- The working language of the FLIA Review is English. But articles that are written in other languages are welcome too.
- Text and citations should conform to The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (20th ed. 2015) or the style convention commonly used in the discipline. (Click here to download the instructions)