Virginia Journal of International Law

Virginia Journal of International Law

The Virginia Journal of International Law (VJIL), founded in 1959 at the University of Virginia School of Law, is the oldest continuously-published, student-edited law journal in the United States devoted exclusively to public and private international law. It is the world's most cited student-edited international law journal and the second most cited of any international law journal (after the "American Journal of International Law"). [] VJIL's board of advisors includes renowned professors (such as A.E. Dick Howard and John Norton Moore), practitioners, former Israeli ambassador Shabtai Rosenne, and former president of the International Court of Justice Stephen M. Schwebel.

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