Texas International Law Journal Symposium 2016: “ISIS: Navigating Conflicts with Non-State Actors”
Each year, the Journal hosts a symposium on a developing area of international law. In light of the grave legal and human repercussions of the conflict in Syria and Iraq, this year’s symposium, “ISIS: Navigating Conflict with Non-State Actors,” explored the challenges states and international legal practitioners face with the role of the United Nations and Member States in defusing the ISIS conflict, the implications of Islamic law for the conflict, and the application of refugee and human rights law.
50th Anniversary: Special Issue and Banquet
The Texas International Law Journal celebrated its 50th year in 2015. To commemorate this achievement, the Journal published a special 50th anniversary issue and hosted an anniversary banquet. The special issue bridged the Journal’s storied history with its bright future. The banquet was dedicated to TILJ alumni.
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