McGill Journal of Sustainable Development Law
The McGill Journal of Sustainable Development Law (MJSDL) is a bilingual, student-run, peer-reviewed academic journal based at McGill University’s Faculty of Law. We provide a forum for the world’s leading scholars to exchange ideas at the intersection between law, development, the environment, economics, and society.
Durant les dernières décennies, le développement durable est devenu un impératif, surtout à la lumière des impacts du développement sur l’environnement et les droits de l’homme. Malgré le besoin pressant pour des idées nouvelles, il existe peu de plateformes pour des commentaires spécialisés sur le développement durable, particulièrement au Canada. The MJSDL was established in 2004 to help meet this need.
The MJSDL will be recruiting Associate Editors and Associate Managing Editors in September 2017; first-year students are especially encouraged to apply! For Volume 14 (2017–2018), the MJSDL is accepting article submissions from all areas of sustainable development law, with a particular focus on international trade. The MJSDL provides an excellent way to meet likeminded students and further develop your writing, editing, legal research, and management skills. You can also contribute to sustainable development scholarship through our blog, podcasts, and events committees. Follow us on social media to stay informed about recruitment and events!