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Our faculty and students are intellectually engaged, curious and opinionated scholars who edit, publish and contribute to a wide variety of hard copy and online journals. Following is a sampling of the journals Georgetown produces on ethical issues, social justice, international business and development, communication, the environment, law and policy and more.

Georgetown University Press

The Georgetown University Press supports the academic mission of Georgetown University by publishing scholarly books and journals for a diverse, worldwide readership. These publications, written by an international group of authors representing a broad range of intellectual perspectives, reflect the academic and institutional strengths of the university. The press publishes peer-reviewed works of academic distinction, with exceptional editorial and production quality, in five subjects: bioethics; international affairs & human rights; languages and linguistics; political science, public policy and public management; and religion and ethics.

International Journals

The Georgetown Journal of International Affairs A breadth of perspectives on international affairs from leading academics, policymakers and analysts from six continents and a range of fields.

Journal of Globalization, Competitiveness and Governability (in English, Portuguese, and Spanish) Examines the effects of globalization on the competitiveness and governability of businesses and countries in Latin America, and provides tools for managers and politicians in this region.


American Criminal Law Review Run by Law Center students, this is the most-cited criminal law review in the nation.

Georgetown Immigration Law Journal A student-run scholarly publication dedicated to advancing legal knowledge in the field of immigration law.

Georgetown International Environmental Law Review For international environmental law practitioners and scholars, edited by Law Center students.

The Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law Explores the impact of gender, sexuality and race on both the theory and practice of law.

Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics A forum for the discussion of pertinent issues affecting both the bench and the bar, with cutting-edge articles on ethical issues.

Georgetown Journal on Poverty Law and Policy A publication that runs law students’ papers on poverty and law.

Georgetown Journal of International Law Formerly known as Law and Policy in International Business, this journal is a valuable resource for scholars, corporate and international bars, and practitioners interested in current issues of international law.

Georgetown Law Journal The Law Center’s flagship law review features timely articles by professors and practitioners.

The Tax Lawyer Scholarly articles, student notes and comments on topics of professional interest to members of the American Bar Association’s Section of Taxation and other readers.

Politics and Public Policy

The Georgetown Public Policy Review Fresh perspectives on the politics and policies that shape our nation and world from innovative thinkers and established policymakers.

gnovis: Georgetown’s peer-reviewed Journal of Communication, Culture and Technology This journal and academic blog run by graduate students in the Communication, Culture and Technology program offers an interdisciplinary venue for scholars to explore relationships among technology, culture, media, politics and the arts.


Georgetown University Journal of the Environment A forum for Georgetown undergraduates to submit original work, participate in the publishing process and increase their understanding of the environment.

Georgetown University Journal of Health Sciences The student run journal helps publishes scholarly undergraduate papers related to health sciences.

Undergraduate Research

Mentis Vita: The Georgetown Undergraduate Journal of Scholarship The publication features research papers by Georgetown undergraduates.

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