First published in October of 1972, the Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce is one of the oldest student-edited international law reviews in the United States, with a strong and diverse subscription base across the globe. The Journal serves as an organ of expression for those who have an interest in the studies of international law and commerce.
The Journal actively seeks and accepts lead article submissions from scholars and practitioners on a wide range of subjects concerning public and private international law for biannual publication. Each issue of the Journal also proudly publishes two student-written notes chosen for publication by the Executive Board.
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