Shifting Sands in the International Economic System: “Arbitrage” in International Economic Law and International Human Rights
Diana A. Desierto, Spring 2018
Repackaging Intellectual Property Protection in International investment Law: Lessons from the Philip Morris v. Uruguay Case
Vivian Daniele Rocha Gabriel and Alebe Linhares Mesquita, Spring 2018
The Georgetown Journal of International Law is one of the nation's top resources for scholars and practitioners in the field of international law.
Formerly known as Law and Policy in International Business, the Journal publishes an annual review and commentary on the U.S. Court of International Trade in the fall. In the final three issues of each volume, the Journal publishes a diverse range of material in the fields of public international law, private international law, transnational law, foreign relations law, and comparative law.
In addition to its publications, the Journal sponsors an annual symposium on a topic of current prominence; recent topics have included Economic Sanctions, Corporate Responsibility and the Alien Tort Statute, International Cyberlaw, and Sovereign Wealth Funds.