Call for Student Notes and Immigrant Narratives Submissions
The Georgetown Immigration Law Journal (GILJ) is the only student-edited law journal in the nation devoted to publishing thought-provoking and intersectional legal scholarship on immigration. At GILJ, we are deeply committed to center our community values, publications, and legal training in diversity and justice. The Journal addresses issues in immigration, human rights, national security, international, labor, constitutional, criminal, and administrative law.
Call for Student Notes Submissions
GILJ is currently accepting Notes for our Winter and Spring issues on a rolling basis. We welcome submissions from law students and doctoral students from various disciplines as well.
Call for (Im)migrant Narratives from Community Members, Lawyers, and Students
GILJ is pleased to launch a new initiative to amplify personal narratives and stories of imagination for (im)migrant futures from community members, students, and lawyers through our online publication. Immigrant stories are often excluded from legal academia and discourse, and we wish to bridge that gap. There is no "right" topic. We want to hear your personal narrative and stories around imagination for (im)migrant futures—ranging from your personal experiences to family experiences to client experiences—whatever and however you want to share with us. Our hope is to publish as many stories as we can.
You can find our submission requirements for both the Notes and our online publication on our websitehttps://www.law.georgetown.edu/immigration-law-journal/submissions/ here. Please feel free to send in your submissions using Scholastica or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.