First published in October 1972, the Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce is a student-run publication at the Syracuse University College of Law with the distinction of being one of the oldest student-edited international law journals in the United States. JILC publishes articles, notes, and commentary on a wide range of subjects in the fields of international, transnational, and comparative law on a biannual basis. Heading into our 40th anniversary, we continue to enjoy a strong and diverse subscription base across the globe.
Current Issue: Volume 16, Issue 1 (2014)
Jurisdictional Quagmire: the Implications of K-Mart Corp. v Cartier
Giovanna M. Cinelli
Canadian Signal Piracy Revisted in Light of United States Ratification of the Free Trade Agreememt and the Berne Convention: Is This a Blueprint for Global Intellectual Property Protection?
Nancy R. Weisberg