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Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce

Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce

First published in 1972, the Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce has the distinction of being one of the oldest student-edited international law reviews in the United States. In 2003, the Journal celebrated its 30th anniversary. The Journal enjoys a diverse subscription base that spans the globe from Europe to Asia to Africa.

The Journal publishes two editions annually. The editions consist of scholarly works on any number of international law topics submitted by professors, academics, and practicing attorneys. Published in each edition are three to four articles by professionals in the field, and two student notes. They may also contain a survey article and book review.

Students are selected for Journal membership based on academic ranking or success in an open writing competition held at the conclusion of the first year. Members must demonstrate mastery of legal research and writing skills by submitting scholarly articles of publishable quality.

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  • Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce Website
  • History of the Journal
  • Syracuse University College of Law
  • Syracuse Law Review Website
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