The Texas International Law Journal Forum is the online companion to our printed issues. The Forum publishes original scholarship on topics relating to recent developments in international law, as well as responses to scholarship printed in the Texas International Law Journal. We prefer that manuscripts submitted to the Forum be no more than 3000 words in length and lightly footnoted in comparison to articles printed in the Journal. Please see the Submissions page for more information.


Must Israel Accept Syrian Refugees?

by Michael Kagan

The French Blocking Statute, the Hague Evidence Convention, and the Case Law: Lessons for French Parties Responding to American Discovery

by Pierre Grosdidier


Discarding the Binary and Developing Criteria: Economic and Social Rights in Transitional Justice

by Mayuri Anupindi

Regulating Business with Bad Actors: Aiding and Abetting and Beyond

by Christoph Burchard


The Embarrassment Of Human Rights

by Samuel Moyn


None published at this time. Please see the Submissions page on how to submit a note to the Forum.