Thursday, November 24, 2016
The Penn State Journal of Law & International Affairs has issued a call for tax papers:
The Penn State Journal of Law & International Affair (“JLIA”) is conducting a call for papers for an upcoming publication in spring 2017. The publication will focus on areas of taxation, corporate law, banking and finance, and related subject areas. Current papers accepted for publication cover areas of international taxation, international financial regulation for cryptocurrencies, and regulations resulting from the global financial crisis.
JLIA is an interdisciplinary journal that is jointly published by Penn State’s Law School and the Penn State School of International Affairs. As a result, deference will be given to papers that incorporate international elements. However, papers with a purely domestic focus will be given full consideration based on their fit within the publication.
Submissions will be considered for publication on a rolling basis. Authors interested in submitting papers should go here for submission procedures and policies. Please note that text and citations should conform to The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation, and that submissions through ExpressO are the best way to ensure quick response times as it is the internal platform for reviewing all official submissions to JLIA.
Please direct all questions regarding this Call for Papers to Zach Bollman, Editor-in-Chief, at or Camman Piasecki, Managing Editor of Articles.