Minnesota Journal of International Law

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Minnesota Journal of International Law  
Former names
Minnesota Journal of Global Trade
Abbreviated title (ISO 4)
Minn. J. Int. Law
Discipline Law review
Language English
Edited by Ally Billeaud
Publication details
Publisher
Publication history
1992-present
Frequency Biannual
Indexing
ISSN ‹See Tfm›1944-0294
LCCN 2006245251
OCLC no. 63048791
Links

The Minnesota Journal of International Law (Bluebook abbreviation: Minn. J. Int'l L.) is a biannual law review published by students at the University of Minnesota Law School. It covers international and comparative law and policy, with a particular emphasis on politics, economics, and fundamental rights.

The journal was established in 1992 as the Minnesota Journal of Global Trade, with Daniel L. M. Kennedy as founding editor-in-chief.[1] It obtained its current name in 2006, broadening its scope to include international legal issues beyond trade. In 2009, the journal started an online edition in addition to print.[2] Starting in 2013, the journal publishes an online supplement, entitled Minnesota Journal of International Law Humphrey Supplement, that contains scholarly articles written by Hubert H. Humphrey Fellows.[3]

The journal hosts biennial symposia to discuss timely issues in international law. In 2010, the law school and journal collaborated with the American Society of International Law and hosted its International Economic Law Interest Group's conference, entitled "International Economic Law in a Time of Change"[4] and in 2013, the journal conducted a symposium on "The Future of Warfare: The Law of Tomorrow's Battlefields."[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "About MJIL". Minnesota Journal of International Law Online. University of Minnesota Law School. Retrieved 2012-12-01. 
  2. ^ "Minnesota Journal of International Law Online". University of Minnesota Law School. Retrieved 2012-12-01. 
  3. ^ "Humphrey Supplement". Minnesota Journal of International Law Online. Minnjil.org. Retrieved 2013-04-18. 
  4. ^ "The American Society of International Law". Asil.org. Retrieved 2012-12-01. 
  5. ^ The Future of Warfare: The Law of Tomorrow's Battlefields

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