Full Text: Vols. 1-40#1 (1979-2018) Title Varies: Vols. 1-9 (1979-1988) as Michigan Yearbook of International Legal Studies
Publisher: University of Michigan Law School
Publication Website: http://www.law.umich.edu/journalsandorgs/studentorganizations/Pages/mjil.aspx
Additional Information for Michigan Journal of International Law
The Michigan Journal of International Law (MJIL) is the student-run international publication at the Law School. MJIL presents cutting-edge articles from scholars and practitioners in international, comparative, and foreign law, as well as research notes written by the student editors.
In verifying and editing authors' work, and researching their own pieces, student members of MJIL draw on the Law School's world-renowned faculty, curriculum, and library in international legal studies. The interactive learning process involved in editing sophisticated scholarship in international law can be a rewarding complement to class work at Michigan. Editorial board positions can further this experience as senior students work closely with leading authors in the field, and simultaneously gain valuable leadership experience.
First published as the Michigan Yearbook of International Legal Studies, MJIL has evolved into one of the most highly-regarded quarterly journals in international law. Recent issues have featured pieces by many of the leading international legal scholars in the United States and abroad. MJIL additionally publishes Book Reviews that provide a different forum for critical review and commentary.