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Vol. 27, Issue 3 (Dec. 2015) PDF

  • Justiciability of All Human Rights: Scottish Independence as Redress for British Human Rights Abuses
  • Universal Subordination to the Rule of Law as a Precondition for the Conceptual Possbility of International Law and the Case for Democratizing the United Nations
  • Looking Beyond R2P for an Answer to Inaction in the Security Council
  • Criminalizing Land-Grabbing: Arguing for ICC Involvement in the Cambodian Land Concession Crisis
  • Human Sex Trafficking: An International Problem with an International Solution Requiring National Implementation
  • International Law: Honoring the Letter and Spirit of International Treaties

Vol. 27, Issue 2 (Aug. 2015) PDF

Vol. 27, Issue 1 (April 2015) ZIP

Vol. 26, Issue 3 (Dec. 2014) ZIP

Vol. 26, Issue 2 (Aug. 2014) PDF

Vol. 26, Issue 1 (April 2014) PDF

Vol. 25, Issue 3 (Dec. 2013)

Vol. 25, Issue 2 (Aug. 2013)

Vol. 25, Issue 1 (April 2013)

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)


At the beginning of each Fall semester, FJIL invites the students from the top ten percent of the previous 1L class (based only on grades from the previous Fall and Spring semesters) to join FJIL.
Write-On Competition
Each summer, FJIL will conduct a Write-On Competition, open to rising 2L, 3L, and LLM students who have satisfactorily completed Legal Research & Writing and have a grade point average above 2.0. After thorough review by the FJIL Editorial Board, the authors of the best submissions are invited to join FJIL. In addition, the author of the most exceptional submission will receive the Outstanding Commentary Award and have his/her submission published in a future issue of the Journal.

Please add the ‘Florida Journal of International Law Write-On Competition’ TWEN course for more information.

Academic Credits
As a co-curricular organization, FJIL allows its members the opportunity to earn up to 3 credits for Journal-related work.

  • One credit may be earned for writing a case comment (a prerequisite to Journal membership).
  • A second credit may be earned for service on the Journal’s Editorial Board.
  • Finally, a third credit may be earned for submission of a Note that satisfies FJIL writing standards.