Amidst a global pandemic, AUILR publishes historic Issue 4 of Vol. 35

Washington, D.C. — In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and an abrupt move off campus, the staff of AUILR Volume 35 edited, wrote, and published the latest issue of Washington College of Law’s international law review. Featuring articles by Gino Scaccia, Stuart Ford, Dru Brenner-Beck, Kristie A. Bluett, William T. Worster and with student comments from Elisabeth Meddin, David Goad, and Ruslan Klafehn, Issue 4 presents ground-breaking analysis and perspectives on current global issues.

The latest issue is available for download here.

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Over the last fifteen years, Washington & Lee Journal Rankings have consistently placed the American University International Law Review as one of the leading 25 international law reviews globally. The American University International Law Review staff and faculty work vigorously to ensure that our publications compliment our strong international law program, which USA News ranks as 9th overall in the United States. The Law Review prides itself on its ability to address contemporary issues in international law through a broad array of practice areas.

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