Founded in 1969, the Georgetown Journal of International Law (GJIL) is one of the nation's foremost publications on the diverse field of international law. The Journal publishes content that is relevant to both legal practitioners and academics.
By joining GJIL you will become part of a dynamic and talented community. Many of our members speak several languages, have lived abroad, and have worked in international law. We further enhance our diversity by working with LLM students. LLMs serve as articles and notes editors and are an invaluable resource.