The Chicago Journal of International Law is one of three student-edited journals at The University of Chicago Law School. The journal is published twice a year and features scholarly articles on international law topics as well as student-written works. The Chicago Journal of International Law was first published in 2000 and is the successor to The University of Chicago Law School Roundtable. All volumes of the Chicago Journal of International Law are available in full-text PDF in Chicago Unbound, the University of Chicago Law School’s scholarship repository.
The Identification of Customary International Law: Institutional and Methodological Pluralism in U.S. Courts Noah A. Bialos
The Impact of Trade and Investment Treaties on Fiscal Resources and Taxation in Developing Countries Sonia E. Rolland
Domestic Restrictions on Non-Governmental Organizations and Potential Protections through Legal Personality: Time for a Change? Casey Jedele
The Children of ISIS: Statelessness and Eligibility for Asylum under International Law Ana Luquerna
Treaty Interpretation Under a Covenant Paradigm Jared I. Mayer
You’re on Native Land: The Genocide Convention, Cultural Genocide, and Prevention of Indigenous Land Takings Bonnie St. Charles
How Social Media Companies Could Be Complicit in Incitement to Genocide Neema Hakim