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Issues in Aviation Law and Policy is a journal of the
Chaddick Institute for Metropolitan Development at DePaul University. Founded in April 2001, the journal is dedicated to presenting emerging, cutting-edge issues on legal and policy matters affecting civil aviation worldwide. Issues in Aviation Law and Policy is
a "forum for change," designed for a broad audience of aviation attorneys, academics, industry stakeholders, lobbyists, government
agencies/regulators, and researchers.
Issues in Aviation Law and Policy is published twice yearly, in the autumn and the spring. We invite you to explore Issues in Aviation Law and Policy by viewing the Table of Contents of the latest issue, as well as a comprehensive list of articles that have appeared in the journal since its inception. This link and the "Back Issues" section below will provide you with information on ordering your own copies of Issues in Aviation Law and Policy.
You also are invited to contribute to the journal by submitting an article for publication. For more information on writing for Issues in Aviation Law and Policy, please see the "Call for Papers" section below.
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An annual subscription to the journal is $150, which includes both the autumn and spring issues. Individual back issues are available, beginning with Volume 8, Number 1 (Autumn 2008), at $85 each. All articles published in Issues in Aviation Law and Policy from Spring 2001 through Spring 2008 are available in a two-volume archive set at $350. Quantities are limited.
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CALL FOR PAPERS
The International Aviation Law Institute welcomes the submission of papers for publication in Issues in Aviation Law and Policy. Submissions will be considered on any timely civil aviation topic domestic or international and articles expressing counterpoints or opposing viewpoints are especially welcome. Please address all inquiries to:
Chaddick Institute for Metropolitan Development
Attn: Stephen B. Rudolph
14 E. Jackson #1600
Chicago, IL 60604(312) 362-5769
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