ILQ – Call for Articles – Spring 2021

Shifts in International Law and Principles Under the Biden Administration

The editors of the International Law Quarterly are soliciting articles for the Spring 2021 issue, which will focus on predictions and expectations regarding Shifts in International Law and Principles Under the Biden Administration. Possible topics include (but are not limited to):

Effects of rejoining the Paris Climate Agreement, the WHO, etc.;
Any expected changes to treaties and trade partnerships (is the TPP coming back?);
Impact of the new administration on immigration policies;
expected changes to the tax code;
foreign policy predictions;
expectations for new policies towards Cuba;
and so much more!

PLEASE NOTE, timely articles not specifically dealing with the Biden administration will be considered for inclusion in this edition.

Please submit a short Statement of Interest in writing an article of a specific topic to the ILQ Editors at by Monday, February 22, 2021.

The Spring 2021 edition of the ILQ will be distributed at and in connection with the annual ILS executive board meeting to be held during The Florida Bar Convention. Final drafts will be due from authors by Friday, April 2, 2021. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to or to one of the editors directly: Laura Reich, Ana Barton, Jeff Hagen, or Neha Dagley.