We invite submission of blog entries on a broad range of legal issues, topics or analyses on women, gender, justice, and law.
We welcome topics from any area of the law and we particularly welcome entries from areas traditionally excluded from gender or feminist analysis.
Who can Submit? Anyone with an interesting, critical, analytical or policy-oriented discussion at the intersection of gender, women and the law from domestic, international or comparative perspectives.
What to Submit?
Entries may include:
Evaluative summaries of workshop or conference proceedings on women and law are welcome.
There is no disciplinary or professional restriction - judges, lawyers, policymakers, academics, graduate students and all interested parties.
Submissions with a legal or judicial focus from non-legal disciplines and experts are welcome.
First send an email expressing interest in submitting a blog entry (topic, title and the main issues or argument). Email your expression of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org
Once we review and accept your pitch, you can send us your entry using the guidelines below:
All blog entries must be typed in Microsoft word, 500-700 words.
Cite all external sources using hyperlinks. Use endnotes for sources that cannot be linked.
Pictures are welcome (please ensure you have copyright permissions).
We will review and get back to you as soon as possible.