California Western International Law Journal

About This Journal

Founded in 1970, the California Western International Law Journal (ILJ) is one of the oldest international law journals in the nation. ILJ prides itself on submissions from renowned professors, politicians, diplomats, and attorneys. Because of its stature, Journal articles have been downloaded over 370,000 times, including 84,000 downloads in the past year alone.

We publish scholarship covering both international law and comparative law on a wide range of subjects in the fields of criminal law, immigration, business, the environment, technology, human rights, terrorism, health care, and more.

A student run publication, issues are released twice a year both in the Fall and Spring, both print and on-line.