Volume 26.1

ICL by Analogy — The Role of International Criminal Law in the Chilean Human Rights Prosecutions

Powerful States and International Law: Changing Narratives and Power Struggles in International Courts

Trapped Between Borders: A Proposal to Apply International Legal Protection to Persecuted Women and Girls Who Are Unable to Flee

Private Intellectual Property Regulation in Public International Law


The staff of the UC Davis Journal of International Law and Policy (“JILP”) is excited to publish its twenty-fourth 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 an annual symposium, bringing renowned professors, practitioners, and experts on topics in international law and policy. The symposium takes place at King Hall in Davis, CA during the Spring semester. Read more »

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