The mission of the Journal of International and Comparative Law is to provide a forum of discussion for international, comparative, and human rights law; to educate students about international legal issues; to provide open and equal access to our publications; to be economically efficient, environmentally sustainable, and immediately responsive to current events in the field of international law; and to inspire our readers to work on these issues.
Current Issue: Volume 6, Issue 1 (2016)
White Paper: Options For a Treaty on Business and Human Rights
Douglass Cassell and Anita Ramasastry
Two Roads Converged: The Mutual Complementarity of a Binding Business and Human Rights Treaty and National Action Plans on Business and Human Rights
Sara Blackwell and Nicole Vander Meulen
Judicial Review, Election Law, and Proportionality
Erik Longo and Andrea Pin