CALL FOR PAPERS ON IMMIGRATION
The Georgetown Journal of Law & Public Policy
announces a call for articles on “Reforming
U.S. Immigration Policy in the Post 9-11
World.” Articles will be selected for their
scholarly merits and their likelihood of
provoking debate, regardless of ideology. The
articles must be at least 3,000 words (about 10
double-spaced pages) in length, including
footnotes, and are due by January 2, 2007.
There is no maximum page limit.
Articles selected for publication will appear in
the Georgetown Journal of Law & Public
Policy’s 2007 Symposium issue. Selected
authors will also have the opportunity to
present their papers at a symposium hosted by
the University of Arizona American Constitution
Society and the University of Arizona Federalist
Society. The symposium will be held at the
University of Arizona, Rogers College of Law in
Tucson, Arizona on February 23, 2007.
Please submit materials electronically to
concerning submissions should be directed to
Jed Borghei (firstname.lastname@example.org) and
questions concerning the February 23rd
Symposium event should be directed to
Jonathan Millet (email@example.com) or
Robin Quarrier (firstname.lastname@example.org).