African Journal of International Economic Law

The African Journal of International Economic Law, (AfJIEL) is the peer review journal of record on international economic law issues relating to Africa and the Global South. The AfJIEL is an open access journal published with the support of Sheria Publishing House – a publishing house committed to providing high quality, affordable and accessible materials on African and Third World scholarship and practice.


Article Submission Process

The AfJIEL publishes articles on international economic law on and about Africa and the Third World. Please send your submission to us at: afronomicslaw@gmail.com.


Content Requirements

Length: The AfJIEL is committed to publishing work that is analytical and original. We strongly encourage submissions between 8,000 and 9,000 words (excluding footnotes). 

Citations: Citations in the manuscript must conform to the Twenty-First Edition of The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation. For example, see the Inaugural Issue of the AfJIEL.

Abstract: Please include a short abstract with your submission (150 words maximum).

Issues

The African Journal of International Economic Law, (AfJIEL) is the peer review journal of record on international economic law issues relating to Africa and the Global South. The AfJIEL is an open access journal published with the support of Sheria Publishing House – a publishing house committed to providing high quality, affordable and accessible materials on African and Third World scholarship and practice.