Subscribe to the Denver Journal of International Law & Policy
Thank you for your interest in the Denver Journal of International Law & Policy! We are pleased to announce that readers may now maintain their subscriptions online. This new feature allows you to renew existing subscriptions, pay for your subscription, enroll in auto-pay, and update your contact information. All of this enables DJILP to operate more efficiently and to better serve you. It also enables you to more easily keep your subscription up-to-date.
CLICK HERE to subscribe to the journal through DU’s website.
Updating Your Contact Information
If you are a current subscriber and need to update your contact information, including your shipping or billing address, please click here.
Subscribing to the Journal
We will gladly accept new subscribers in the middle of a publication cycle. Please pay the full subscription price, and we will mail any back issues as necessary.
Current Volume: 41
Current Year: 2012-2013
Number of Issues Published per Year: Between 3 and 5
Domestic Rate (Mailings to Addresses within the United States): $40.00 USD
Foreign Rate (Mailings to Addresses outside the United States): $45.00 USD
Alumni Rate (Mailings to Address within the United States): $30.00 USD
(*Note: No additional postage is charged for any subscription rate.)
We encourage all of our current and new subscribers to use our online subscription service. This online service requires payment with a credit card. For your convenience, it also allows you to set up your subscription on auto-renew. To renew your current subscription or to become a new subscriber, please click here.
If you are unable to subscribe online, please click here to view the DJILP Subscription Form. Please send the subscription form and payment by check to:
Denver Journal of International Law & Policy
University of Denver Sturm College of Law
Attn: Business Editor
2255 East Evans Avenue, Suite 449
Denver, Colorado 80208
United States of America
Please feel free to contact us with any additional questions that you may have. Thank you for your support!
Tausha Riley, Business Editor