International Law Review

The Loyola University Chicago International Law Review is a semi-annual journal that focuses on topical issues in both international and comparative law. The journal is directed to students, academics and practitioners in the legal community, and contributes to the general body of knowledge through articles on important legal and social developments. Loyola law students edit, manage, and publish the journal, including the yearly symposium issue in which established scholars and practitioners contribute articles focusing on a contemporary issue in international law, such as European Union enlargement, the Free Trade Area of the Americas or data privacy and cyber regulation.

The Review also sponsors an annual symposium on a subject of interest in international and comparative law.

Editorial Board

  • Editor-in-Chief: D. Towne Morton
  • Executive Editor: Claire Henleben
  • Managing Editor: Emily Becker
  • Featured Articles Editor: Deanna Abuurad
  • Student Articles Editor: Kate Jungers

Faculty Advisor:
Professor Margaret L. Moses

If you have any questions concerning the Review please contact Managing Editor, Emily Becker, at InternationalLawReview@luc.edu.‚Äč

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