Cornell International Law Journal
Cornell Int Law J
Founded in 1967, the Cornell International Law Journal is one of the oldest and most prominent international law journals in the country. Three times a year, the Journal publishes scholarship that reflects the sweeping changes that are taking place in public and private international law. Two of the issues feature articles by legal scholars, practitioners, and participants in international politics as well as student-written notes. The third issue is dedicated to publishing papers generated by the Journals annual Symposium, held every spring in Ithaca, New York. Second- and third-year students perform all editorial functions for the Journal. The Editorial Board selects articles and notes for publication, communicate with the authors, edit manuscripts for substance and style, and manage the Journals financial and administrative affairs. Associates are the driving force behind the Journal and complete sourcing, editing, and proving assignments, in addition to writing substantially publishable Student Notes on an aspect of international law. Members are selected on the basis of academic performance and writing ability.
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