The Touro International Law Review is a student-run and faculty-and-alumni-advised publication. Originally founded in 1989 as a print publication, it is now available solely online in order to meet its new mission to provide a forum for timely and engaging discourse in important international law issues.
We invite practicing attorneys, government and NGO officials, law professors, students, and others concerned about international law to submit either a short essay to start a discussion or a response to an essay that we have published. Our goal is to encourage scholarly debate on timely issues in international law and to make those debates widely available now and in the future. Many of the articles that we publish online will be submitted to commercial databases at least once per year.
In addition to timely essays, we also publish traditional law review articles, book reviews, student notes and comments, and recent case summaries. Submissions may cover any aspect of international law including, but not limited to, public and private international law, human rights law, comparative law, and foreign law.
We will consider all submissions for publication. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to e-mail us at IntLawReview@TouroLaw.edu.