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.
- “Center of Main Interests” Finally Becomes the Center of Main Interest in the Case Law
- by Judge Leif M. Clark
- Medellin: A Textual Analysis
- by David Sloss
- Bridging the Divide Between Academia and Practice in International Humanitarian Law
- by Geoffrey S. Corn
- Should CFIUS Reject Sovereign Wealth Fund Transactions Based On Unmet Social Debt Of A Sovereign To Its Citizens?
- by Joel Slawotsky
- Comments on Kevin Fandl’s Article: Making Trade Liberalization Work for the Poor: Trade Law and the Informal Economy in Colombia
- by Juan Pablo Calderón Meza
- Response to Standards and Procedures for Classifying “Enemy Combatants”: Judiciary, What Have You Done?
- by Elizabeth A. Hardy
None published at this time. Please see the Submissions page on how to submit a note to the Forum.