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Vol. 25, Issue 3 (Dec. 2013)

  • The Case of Bolivia v. Chile in an Era of Transforming Sovereignty
  • Discretion Operationalized through Law: Proprio Motu Decision-Making at the International Criminal Court
  • Letters of Credit and Performance Bonds: How are these Popular Credit Enhancement Devices Applied in International Project Finance? From their Common Law Origins to their Application in Civil Law Systems – the Peruvian Case
  • From Recognition to Regulation: Access to In Vitro Fertilization and the American Convention on Human Rights
  • Constitutional Confines: Determining the Applicability of the Citizenship Clause to American Samoa Tuaua v. United States

Vol. 25, Issue 2 (Aug. 2013)

Vol. 25, Issue 1 (April 2013)

Vol. 25, Issue 3 (Dec. 2012)

Vol. 24, Issue 2 (Aug. 2012)

Vol. 24, Issue 1 (April 2012)

Vol. 23, Issue 3 (Dec. 2011)

Vol. 23, Issue 2 (Aug. 2011)

Vol. 23, Issue 1 (April 2011)


2014-2015 New Member Announcements

FJIL would like to thank everyone who participated in the 2014 Write-On Competition. Listed below are the newest members of the Journal. We’d also like to announce the winner of Best Case Comment: Andres Cordova!   We would also like to congratulate Linnea Eberhart, who was recently nominated to the Executive Board as a Research Editor.  Congratulations to Andres, Linnea, and all of the new members of FJIL!


Daniel Berisiartu

Kyle Bruno

Henri Bardhi

Taylor Berman

Maurice Boetger

Brandon Butterworth

Warren Chin

Andres Cordova

Joseph Crawford

Chan Du

Melanie Franco

Josef Ghosn

Pierce Giboney

Stephen Knight

Jamie Koepsel

Jose Leon

Michael Mullavey

Dimitri Peteves

Juan Carlos Rivera

Madonna Snowden

David Turkel

Nathalie Vergoulias

Britney Williams

2014-2015 Write-On Competition

The Journal Write-On Competition for interested law students begins this July 2014. Participants will write a short comment on one of several pre-selected cases. The competition period runs from July 1 through 31st. To sign-up and for more information, join the “Florida Journal of International Law 2014 Write-On Competition” course on TWEN. Case comments must be submitted on or before 11:59 PM on July 31, 2014. Contact Student Works Editor Ashley Esparza with any questions.