The Journal of International Humanitarian Legal Studies seeks to explore the application of international law to humanitarian crises and, more specifically, to examine the role that this legal framework plays in protecting human security during times of emergency.

Volume 9(1-2) published

Our Volume 9 (2018) has been published. It includes the following contributions: The Creation and Protection of History through the Prism of International Criminal Justice in Al Mahdi Shea Elizabeth

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Call for Papers – Volume 10(2)

The Journal of International Humanitarian Legal Studies invites contributions for Volume 10(2), which will be published in December 2019. The Journal seeks to explore the application of international law to

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Contribute

The Journal welcomes contributions from academics and practitioners alike. It publishes two main categories of papers: articles (8,000–10,000 words) and notes (approximately 4,000 words). The Journal also publishes book reviews (500–1,500 words) and book review essays (2,000–4,000 words).

Editors

The Editors-in-Chief of the Journal are Russell Buchan, Emily Crawford and Rain Liivoja. The Journal has an Editorial Board and an Advisory Board.

Access

The Journal is accessible on BrillOnline and is abstracted and indexed in a number of databases.