The Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics, and Public Policy continues to consider papers for symposium issues on Immigration and on The Environment. Both issues will be published early next spring.
The Journal welcomes articles and essays addressing any issues within the upcoming topic areas. The Journal seeks as rich a dialogue as possible on these important topics, and therefore encourages articles not only from law professors but also from legal practitioners, politicians, political scientists, clerics, and other sundry philosopher-kings. The Journal places a strong emphasis on articles and essays that are morally serious, passionately argued, and well written. Submissions may be as long as truly necessary (up to 30,000 words, text and footnotes), but should be as short as possible.
Submissions should be emailed to ndjlepp [at] nd.edu. Submissions will be reviewed for possible publication until December 15. Any questions should be directed to Noah J. Stanzione, the current Editor-in-Chief, at stanzione.1 [at] nd.edu.