Call For Papers: Georgetown Journal of Law & Public Policy

August 18, 2006

CALL FOR PAPERS

The Georgetown Journal of Law & Public Policy announces a call for articles on the current immigration reform. Articles will be selected for their scholarly merits and their likelihood of provoking debate, regardless of ideology. The articles must be at least 3,500 words (about 12 double-spaced pages) in length including footnotes and are due by December 15, 2006. There is no maximum page limit.

Articles selected for publication will appear in the Georgetown Journal of Law & Public Policy’s 2007 Symposium issue. This year’s Symposium, hosted by the University of Arizona Rogers College of Law Federalist Society and the University of Arizona American Constitution Society, will be held in Tucson, Arizona on February 9, 2007.

Please submit materials electronically to gjlpp@bulldog.georgetown.edu.
Questions concerning submissions should be directed to Jed Borghei (jjb66@law.georgetown.edu) and questions concerning the February 9th Symposium event should be directed to Jonathan Millet (millet@email.arizona.edu).

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