The South Carolina Journal of International Law & Business welcomes the submission of articles from scholars, practitioners, business leaders, government officials, and jurists on topics concerning recent developments in international law and business. The Journal also welcomes the submission of shorter works such as book reviews, commentaries, and bibliographies by qualified authors. The Journal does not consider submissions from students not on the Journal’s staff.
In selecting a submission for publication, the Journal considers its originality, meaningfulness, and thoroughness. Submissions must conform with The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (18th ed. 2005) and the Texas Law Review Manual on Usage & Style. Submissions should be in Microsoft Word format, double-spaced, and footnoted appropriately. Additionally, submissions should have numbered pages.
The Journal prefers submission through the ExpressO electronic submission service. Alternatively, submissions may be emailed to email@example.com.