The Texas International Law Journal is a student edited journal published from the University of Texas School of Law. For over five decades, the Journal has earned acclaim and recognition as one of the top international/specialty journals in the nation by providing its readers access to cutting-edge legal analysis of recent international developments. The Journal publishes articles by scholars, judges, and practitioners; reviews of important recent books; and student-written notes.
The Texas International Law Journal (ISSN 0163-7479) is published by the University of Texas School of Law Publications Department.
The Texas International Law Journal should be cited as:
Tex. Int’l L.J.
The Texas International Law Journal Forum is indexed, paginated, and formatted like our printed issues. Cite as:
Tex. Int’l L.J.F.
Except as otherwise expressly provided, the authors of each article have granted permission for copies of their articles to be made available for educational use in a U.S. or foreign accredited law school or nonprofit institution of higher learning, provided that (i) copies are distributed at or below cost; (ii) the author and the Journal are identified; (iii) proper notice of copyright is affixed to each copy; and (iv) the Journal is notified of use.