The UC Davis Journal of International Law & Policy (ISSN 1080-6687) is published two times a year, in January and June, by the students at UC Davis School of Law.
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The staff of the UC Davis Journal of International Law and Policy (“JILP”) is excited to publish its twenty-first volume this year. The UC Davis Journal of International Law and Policy publishes semi-annually and strives to contribute pertinent and interesting scholarly works to the field of international law.
JILP is pleased to host several speakers throughout the year, ranging from lectures given by renown professors to judges on international tribunals. The series will continue throughout the year, in place of our annual symposium. Read more »