Journal of International Aging Law & Policy

The Journal of International Aging Law & Policy is a student and peer-edited publication that aims to provide varying perspectives on elder law and policies throughout the world and to test the traditional and modern notions of elder law. We request the submissions of scholarly articles written by authors around the globe that will encourage discussion and stimulate academic thinking.

Current Issue

» Journal of International Aging Law & Policy, Vol. IX

Call for Papers

The Journal is peer-edited, and accepts for publication law review-style papers that address a wide range of topics involving the elderly, both domestically and internationally. The optimal length for papers is 30-75 pages, including footnotes in Bluebook or ALWD format. To see previous volumes of the Journal, see the linked documents below. Questions may be emailed to