Call for Papers: Juvenile Rights in an International Setting

September 22, 2016 at 11:34 pm Leave a comment

The Regent University School of Law invites proposals or abstracts for an upcoming issue of the Journal of Global Justice and Public Policy focusing on juvenile rights in an international setting.  All submissions are due October 15, 2016.

Send all submissions to If you have any questions, contact

Click here for more information.

Topics: Call for Proposals; Calls for Papers; International Law; Law & Public Policy. 


Entry filed under: Call for Proposals, Calls for Papers, International Law, Law & Public Policy.

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