The University of Baltimore Journal of International Law is a scholarly legal journal providing in depth analysis of international and comparative law and policy issues.
Topics include international law, law of nations, comparative law, treaty law, law of armed conflict, U.S. foreign policy, the law of international organizations, international trade law, international arbitration, international environmental law, and human rights and humanitarian law. This journal has the great fortune of being devoted to a topic area that is expanding quickly in a more globalized world. The Journal of International Law publishes articles by legal practitioners, judges, and international scholars. The journal also publishes online. In addition, two student comments, and two recent case notes are published per year. The increased prominence of international law issues allows the Journal of International Law to focus on a vastly complex and ever changing legal landscape as well as to provide legal analysis of changes to international law. This Journal will cease publication at the conclusion of the 2018-19 academic year.
Current and past issues of the University of Baltimore Journal of International Law can be found on ScholarWorks.
To submit an article, please contact the Editor-in-Chief.
Journal of International Law Executive Board, Vol. V
Editor-in-Chief: Jasmine Pope
Managing Editor: Madison Kyger
Comments Editor: Rachel Hammond
Assistant Comments Editor: Kaitlin Vaught
Productions Editor: Colin Smith
Assistant Productions Editor: Tiffany Hightower
Submissions Editor: Kerry Lingfelter
Articles Editor: Chloe Karnick
Publications Editor: Zahra Lanewala
Emerging Issues Editor: Jessica Pupkin
Technology & Acquisitions Editor: Theresa Murphy
Sherri Redwood, Theseus Schulze,
Draysha Johnson, Spencer Cropper, Michelle Ahmadsh
Senior Staff Editors
Jasna McElrath, Ahanna Magda
Faculty Adviser: Mortimer Sellers