International Law Review

Edited and published by students, the Pace International Law Review is a periodical journal devoted to the publication of scholarly materials concerning both public and private international law.

In contrast to most academic disciplines, in which “peer-edited” scholarly publications are edited by academics, the tradition of student-edited journals has been a fundamental part of US legal education since the mid-19th century. Participation on a law review is highly encouraged, as it teaches essential legal research and writing skills, helps in the development of teamwork in dealing with significant workloads under time pressure, and promotes attention to detail in preparing materials for publication. All of these skills are directly transferable to the practice of law.

Content from the Pace International Law Review may be found on the law review web site. The law review also maintains the Pace International Law Review Blog with continually-updated content on international topics.