Minnesota Journal of International Law
The Minnesota Journal of International Law is among the most prestigious academic journals in the field of International Law. In 2010 the Journal hosted the American Society of International Law’s biannual conference, drawing legal academics from across the globe for the largest symposium in the history of the University of Minnesota Law School.
The Journal is committed to upholding its historic level of academic excellence, but is also exploring new forms of content to coincide with its online component, MJIL Online.
Volume 15 of the Minnesota Journal of International Law marked an important transition for the journal. After fourteen years as the Minnesota Journal of Global Trade, the journal broadened its scope in recognition of the changes in the world legal system, and the increased blurring of the line between trade law and other international legal disciplines.
First proposed by a group of University of Minnesota law students led by Founding Editor Daniel L. M. Kennedy, the Minnesota Journal of Global Trade developed as a joint effort between these students and various members of the law faculty who were keenly interested in the analysis of the legal issues involved in international trade. The Minnesota Journal of International Law maintains that tradition, and continues to welcome and publish articles on issues relating to global trade, as well as articles covering other areas of international law.
The Minnesota Journal of International Law is located at and affiliated with the University of Minnesota Law School. For more information on the Law School, please visit its website.