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Virginia Journal of International Law

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The Virginia Journal of International Law is a law review that was established in 1960 at the University of Virginia School of Law. As of 2023, it is the world's 14th most influential international law journal. Pieces published in the Journal have been cited by the Supreme Court of the United States, multiple U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeals, and the International Court of Justice. Scope The scope of the journal covers issues such as international commercial and trade law, international litigation and arbitration, international organizations, international humanitarian and human rights law, and comparative law. It contains a mix of full-length articles, comments, essays, and book reviews, as well as notes, recent developments, and book notes.
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