ABOUT THE JOURNAL
The George Washington International Law Review is a student-published journal that presents articles and essays on public and private international financial development, comparative law, and public international law. The International Law Review is published quarterly. Additionally, the International Law Review annually publishes the Guide to International Legal Research. The Guide is an authoritative and comprehensive reference tool organized by geographic regions and substantive areas of international law. The International Law Review is staffed and run by GW Law JD students selected as a result of their academic achievements and their performance on the annual writing competition.
Founded in 1966 as Studies in Law and Economic Development, the International Law Review has also published as the Journal of Law and Economic Development, the Journal of International Law and Economics and the George Washington Journal of International Law and Economics.