The International Review of Human Rights Law is an annual, online and open-access law journal. The journal accepts original scholarly works on all human rights issues, by practitioners, academics and students. The papers can be in the form of articles, case notes, book reviews and responses. The journal encourages a comparative and empirical analysis of human rights issues.
The International Review of Human Rights Law was assigned International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) 2455 – 8648 on 19 April 2016. The assignment was made via email confirmation letter (reference number: NSL/ISSN/INF/2016/513).
Call for Editors
The journal currently requires Editors for the Sixth Issue. The process of reviewing submissions will start from October 2020 onwards and the Sixth Issue will be published in February 2021.
The journal requires Editors and Technical Editors. Except for 1 st yr. B.A., LL.B students and 1st yr. LL.B students rest can apply. The journal requires students pursuing graduation as Editors and students pursuing Masters or those who have completed Post-Graduation as Technical Editors.
Both Editors and Technical Editors will be required to edit 15 – 30 pages per month.
How to Apply?
Interested ones can send their Resume by 10th April 2020 to managingeditor.irhrl[at]gmail.com.
Please note: None of the positions in the journal is paid.
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