As of the 6th of February 2023,
The Hague International is officially opening its year-around call for submissions for The Hague International Law Review 2023.

Recent developments in international law

The deadline for submission

31th of July 2023

Who can submit?

The Hague International welcomes submissions from law practitioners, academics as well as well-written papers from aspiring students and young law practitioners.

Collaborative pieces can be submitted as well.

Areas of law

We welcome contributions on current, innovative, but also traditional topics falling under the international legal system. We invite you to submit works related to your passion project(s), developments that you have experienced over time, challenge a traditional approach to law or open a discussion on new topics. The Hague International Law Review highlights legal developments from multiple regions – offering a multifaceted review on international and domestic law policy, global markets and the technological advancement of law. Specifically, we welcome contributions on Public and Private International Law, European Law, International Tax Law, Environmental Law, Alternative Dispute Resolution, and International Criminal Law. 

What can you submit?

  • Short pieces: 1000 – 3500 words
  • Articles: 5000 – 7000 words
  • Opinion pieces: 800 – 2500 words
  • Case summaries or commentaries: 1500 – 4000 words
  • Excerpts from books: 1500 – 4000 words
  • Book reviews: 1500 – 3000 words
  • Notes on legislation: 1000 – 3000 words


  • Papers should contain and address a relevant research question.
  • Clear structure and argumentative.
  • Written in plain English.
  • Propose a new approach to the discussion and if possible, solutions.
  • Font: Times new Roman, size 12, 1.5 spaced and 2.5 cm margins.
  • Citations: OSCOLA citation system (3rd and 4th Edition) font Times New Roman, size 10.
Submissions can be sent to Please make sure to attach an abstract along with the paper.
Should you have any questions do not hesitate to contact the Editor in Chief, Deivid Mustafa through