Georgetown Journal of International Law
Georgetown J Int Law
The Georgetown Journal of International Law, formerly known as the journal of Law and Policy in International Business, is the second oldest journal at the Law Center. The journal recently changed its name and expanded its scope to include issues of general international law. The decision to expand appropriately reflects the Law Center's expertise and reputation as a premier institution for the study of international law. GJIL will continue LPIB's long tradition of publishing high quality scholarship. GJIL publishes four annual issues that serve as an invaluable resource to scholars, corporate and international bars, and practitioners. GJIL also provides a preeminent educational opportunity for students to gain a greater understanding of a wide range of international topics while working with leading scholars in the field.
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