International Law and Immigration
Ca. Int'l Law Journal 2019, VOL. 27, NO. 1
- Immigrant Investors and Cannabis Business Opportunities In the United States
- International Law Section Executive Committee 2018-2019
- International Law Section To Enter Into New Friendship Agreement and Hold Multi-bar Delegate Law Conference In Prague With Czech Bar Association
- Interview With Alexandra Darraby Ils Co-chair & Author of Darraby On Art, Artifact, Architecture & Museum Law
- Letter From the International Law Section Co-chairs
- Mexico's New Anti-corruption Laws
- The California International Law Journal Editorial Team
- The Echo of American Fair Use and Its Boundaries In the European Union and Italy: a Comparative Analysis In the Wake of the Fox News Victory Over Tveyes
- The International Law Section of the California Lawyers Association
- The Wto At a Crossroads
- Third-party Funding In International Arbitration
- Welcome From the Journal's Editor-in-chief
- The California International Law Journal
THE CALIFORNIA INTERNATIONAL LAW JOURNAL
An Official Publication of the International Law Section
The California International Law Journal is published by the International Law Section (ILS) of the California Lawyers Association (CLA). The Journal’s mission is to include a diverse array of practical articles relating to topics and issues in international law and to showcase cutting-edge research on important and unique subjects in the field. We strive to provide in-depth coverage and analysis for professionals, as well as to assist in the development and exchange of academic work. In addition, we serve the ILS, CLA and international law community as a whole by connecting practitioners, legislators, judicial officers, and academics in the United States and abroad, and by promoting conferences, symposia, practicums, webinars, exchanges, and education related to international legal issues.
Any lawyer in the United States or any other country, as well as any law student, may submit articles to the Journal. Those in other professions are welcome to submit articles relating to international law as well. We encourage a diverse authorship with diverse viewpoints, and are committed to publishing content in a wide variety of areas, such as business, trade, intellectual property, technology, immigration/asylum, criminal justice, human rights, comparative law, and the intersection of law and other disciplines.
The Journal is accepting submissions on an ongoing basis. Please send proposed articles directly to Catherine L. Carlisle and/or Hera U. Smith at email@example.com.