Founded in 1966,
The Stanford Journal of International Law is one of the oldest and most reputable international law journals in the United States, publishing two regular issues each year. The journal seeks to promote scholarship of the highest quality through timely, innovative, and important pieces on international and comparative legal topics. The journal invites contributions from professors, practitioners, legislators, judges and Stanford Law School students.
The Stanford Journal of International Law is indexed in The Index of Legal Periodicals, ABC POL SCI: Bibliography of Contents, Contents of Current Legal Periodicals, Current Law Index/Legal Resource Index, Index to Periodicals Related to Law, PAIS (Public Affairs Information Service) Bulletin, and Social Sciences Citation Index, and is abstracted in International Political Science Abstracts andEconomische Voorlichtingdienst.
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