Welcome to the digital archives of the Maryland Journal of International Law. Using the drop-down menus in the navigation panel, you can search and browse all editions of the Journal.
The Maryland Journal of International Law has a long and prestigious history as a forum for scholarly discourse on a wide range of issues on international and comparative law. Established in 1976 as the International Trade Law Journal, it was known as the Maryland Journal of International Law & Trade from 1984 until 1999. Publication resumed under the current title in 2009.
The Journal presents balanced coverage on a broad range of topics related to international and comparative law and welcomes contributions from experts in the field, including scholars, judges, practitioners, journalists, and politicians. Student-written works are also accepted.
In conjunction with the University of Maryland Carey School of Law’s International and Comparative Law Program, the Journal hosts an annual Symposium during the fall semester of the academic year. Symposium proceedings and related articles are published the following spring. Recent Symposia have addressed an array of topics in international and comparative law, including international arbitration, intervention in international armed conflict, and the extraterritorial reach of U.S. laws.
On October 24, the Maryland Journal of International Law and the International & Comparative Law Program hosted a Symposium which brought together leading international arbitration and litigation experts and practitioners to engage in a lively conversation on issues related to the U.S. Supreme Court's recent decision in Argentina v. NML Capital, Ltd., 134 S. Ct. 2250 (2014). This year’s panelists shared thoughtful insights on new and emerging issues in international dispute resolution and brought to the Symposium a keen understanding of the challenges that arise in contemporary practice.
Video of the Symposium is available online using the links below:
Symposium proceedings and related articles will be published in Volume 30 of the Maryland Journal of International Law in Spring 2015.
Links to recent editions of the Maryland Journal of International Law are available below. Please use the drop-down menus in the navigation panel to search and browse all prior editions (through 1975) of the Journal.
Volume 29, The International Law and Politics of External Intervention in Internal Conflicts (2014) (forthcoming)
Volume 28, Extraterritoriality Post-Kiobel: International & Comparative Legal Perspectives (2013)
Volume 27, China, Taiwan, and International Law: A Symposium in Honor of Professor Hungdah Chiu (2012)
Volume 26, Re-imagining International Clinical Law (2011)
Volume 25, Multilateralism and Global Law: Evolving Conceptions of International Law and Governance (2010)
Volume 24, Reflecting on the 60th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (2009)
Contact the Journal
To reach the Editorial Board of the Maryland Journal of International Law, please contact: JIL @ law.umaryland.edu.
The Journal’s mailing address is:
Maryland Journal of International Law
University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law
500 West Baltimore Street, Suite 411
Baltimore, MD 21201
Current Issue: Volume 28, Issue 1 (2013)
Articles & Essays
Kiobel, Unilateralism, and the Retreat from Extraterritoriality
Austen L. Parrish
Notes & Comments
Frozen Embryo Disposition in Cases of Separation and Divorce: How Nahmani v. Nahmani and Davis v. Davis Form the Foundation for a Workable Expansion of Current International Family Planning
Ceala E. Breen-Portnoy
2013 Editorial Board
- Rory N. Parks
- Catherine Gonzalez
- Managing Editor
- Caroline Clark
- Executive Articles Editor
- Brian Newman
- Executive Notes Editor
- Edward E. Emokpae
- Senior Editors
- Ceala E. Breen-Portnoy
- Matthew M. Gravens
- Amanda Selvy
- Derrick Wang
- Paul Wierenga
- Staff Editors
- Juan Arreaza
- Thomas Blonkowski
- Hillary Evans
- Laurie Holmes
- Eric Lucas
- Nathaniel Marsh
- Timothy G. McCormick
- Nathan W. McCurdy
- Victoria Ortega
- Alyse Prawde
- Jessica Shcherbatyuk
- Faculty Advisors
- Peter G. Danchin
- Michael P. Van Alstine