Connecticut Journal of International Law
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Founded in 1985, the Connecticut Journal of International Law, known as CJIL on campus, is a scholarly journal that publishes two issues every school year. We publish articles that cover a wide range of topics in international law, comparative law, and the extraterritorial effect of United States law and policy. We publish articles written by professors, judges, practitioners and students. The journal also sponsors a symposium on campus every year, with topics ranging from the Cambodian War Crimes Tribunals to the effect of Wal-Mart in an international economy. On this website, you will find contact information for the current editorial board and membership and information about submitting articles to the Journal for publication, and articles published in the Journal will soon be available.
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