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Publications & Journals

The Yale Journal of International Law
This student-run journal is one of the world’s foremost international law journals. It publishes articles on a wide range of subjects in contemporary international law and comparative law, and regularly hosts symposia and conferences to provide a forum for informed and lively discussion of international law. 

Yale Human Rights and Development Law Journal 
This student-run journal focuses on the tension between human rights and development around the world. The Journal emphasizes interdisciplinary writing and seeks to bring a broad range of perspectives from different fields of the law, including constitutional law, economic regulation, international law, and institutional reform, both in the U.S. and around the industrialized and developing world.

Students and scholars are supported by the foreign, international, and transnational resources provided by Yale Law School’s Lillian Goldman Law Library.