The Arizona Journal of Environmental Law & Policy

Founded 2010

Call for Papers | Fall 2022

 

We are currently seeking articles and comments for publication in our upcoming Fall 2022 edition. Articles will be accepted on a rolling basis. 

The Arizona Journal of Environmental Law and Policy (AJELP) is a prominent law journal in the field of environmental law and policy. As a journal our goal is to bridge the gap between science, law, and policy. With that goal in mind we will be accepting all articles on the topics of environmental law, the intersections between environmental law and other fields of law, environmental policy, resource management, natural resource law, energy law and water law. At this time, we are particularly interested in articles that discuss the intersection of environmental law and tribal sovereignty, tribal ecological knowledge, indigenous science, and/or tribal environmental conservation and protection.

Please submit all articles to scholastica or email them directly to articles@ajelp.com or eic@ajelp.com. We do not have a strict word limit but submissions are ideally under 60 pages. Please include a CV and/or resume with your submission.

Sincerely,

Analisa Skeen, 2022-2023 Editor-in-Chief

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