Connecticut Journal of International Law
Connecticut Journal of International Law publishes two issues per year on topics concerning both public and private international law. While articles, book reviews and commentary by internationally recognized scholars and practitioners comprise a substantial portion of the Journal, student notes and comments also are essential to the success of the periodical. Circulated internationally, the Journal is wholly student-managed and edited. In addition, the Journal sponsors a number of campus lectures, panel discussions, and social events open to the entire Law School community each semester.