Intra Legem is accepting online submissions. If you are a seasoned professional or a recent college graduate or just entering college for the first time, and would enjoy writing for an online journal then Intra Legem welcomes your submissions. If you wish to contribute to Intra Legem, send an email to email@example.com with “Submission” in the header or attach your document using the form below.
Intra Legem is seeking fact-based analysis with either anecdotal evidence or direct citations to back up any opinions and analysis within your articles.
Any attached articles MUST be in Word and single-spaced with any hyperlinks either already included or below the main body of your work. While one of our editors will undoubtedly proofread your work prior to publication please take care to do so yourself. Importantly, documents MUST be saved in Word 97-2004 Document (.doc) format.
If this is your first submission, by all means include a short or lengthy bio about yourself. This can include your academic background, previous scholarly work and with whom you are professionally affiliated.
Your submissions to the Intra Legem are always more than welcome. Please send your analysis, Op-Ed, book reviews and articles to
After the evaluation process by editorial board, your submissions can be published within Intra Legem. Analysis, Op-Ed, book reviews and articles submitted to Intra Legem should be original and not published previously.
Unless otherwise stated, when published the copyright for all original contributions are held by Intra Legem.
For op-eds or analyses the length of the essays should fall between 800 – 2000 words for evaluation.
Being an intellectual platform for social sciences, Intra Legem contributes to this area by promoting new publications in its Book Reviews section. Publishers can send newly published books to be reviewed to this section’s editor. Or else, book reviews are also welcomed by Intra Legem.
Book reviews should be preceded by full publication details including price and ISBN number:
Jennifer M. Ramos, Changing Norms Through Actions: The Evolution of Sovereignty, 2013, 200 pp, ISBN: 978-0199924868