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JD Alumni Magazine (Development & Alumni Relations)
JD, the alumni magazine of the University of Maryland School of Law, is published annually by the Office of Institutional Advancement and distributed to more than 10,000 alumni, friends, supporters, academic peers, students and prospective students. In addition to providing news about happenings at the law school, JD engages its readers in substantive assessments of pressing contemporary issues in legal education and the practice of law. JD Alumni Magazine ceased in 2010 and is continued by Maryland Carey Law.
Journal of Business & Technology Law (Academic Journals)Issues at the intersection of business and technology law are pervasive and increasingly complex. These issues present many challenging legal questions which have and will continue to provide ample opportunity for debate among legal scholars. As the first publication to examine these issues together, the Journal of Business & Technology Law seeks to add an important voice to the nation’s legal scholarship and to provide a rewarding educational experience for our members. Launched in the fall of 2005, the Journal has provided a publication venue for the latest thinking on business and technology issues. With the help of its distinguished faculty advisers from the University of Maryland School of Law, the Journal is adding a vital voice to the nation's current legal scholarship.
Journal of Health Care Law and Policy (Academic Journals)
Maryland Carey Law (Development & Alumni Relations)
Maryland Carey Law, the magazine of the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, is published annually by the Office of Planning and External Affairs, and distributed to more than 10,000 alumni, friends, supporters, and academic peers. In addition to providing news about happenings at the law school, Maryland Carey Law engages its readers in substantive assessments of pressing contemporary issues in legal education and the practice of law. Maryland Carey Law continues JD Alumni Magazine which ceased in 2010.
Maryland Journal of International Law (Academic Journals)
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.
MJIL Fall 2022 Symposium
Our Fall Symposium Aggressive War will be held November 3-4, 2022. The symposium will evaluate the legal and historical roots of the international norm of outlawing aggressive war and assess whether and how Russia and its leaders may be held accountable for aggression.
The event will begin with Gerber Lecturer Tom Dannenbaum, Associate Professor of International Law at Tufts University, followed by a response from Scott Shapiro, Professor of Law and Philosophy at Yale Law School. There will be a series of panel discussions exploring specific subsections on this topic, including: Aggressive War – State vs. Individual Responsibility; International Institutional Responses to Aggression; The War in Ukraine and the Politics of International Law; and The Voices of the Victims of Aggressive War. The event will also feature Gerber Lecturer Keith Harper, Former Ambassador to the United Nations Human Rights Council and Senior Fellow at Brown University.
Contact the Journal
To reach the Editorial Board of the Maryland Journal of International Law, please contact:
The Journal’s mailing address is:
Maryland Journal of International Law
University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law
500 West Baltimore Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
Maryland Law Review (Academic Journals)
ISSN 0025-4282Maryland Law Review
With volume one dating back to 1936, the Maryland Law Review is the oldest journal at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law and the pre-eminent student authority on developments in Maryland case law in the State of Maryland. Ranked among the top tier of national law reviews, the Maryland Law Review is also a respected voice on federal law in the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.
The Law Review publishes four issues annually. These issues contain scholarly work by professors, practitioners, and judges in the traditional law review format. The Law Review also publishes legal symposia scholarship.
Please contact us at MDLR01@law.umaryland.edu
Maryland Series in Contemporary Asian Studies (East Asian Legal Studies Program)
University of Maryland Law Journal of Race, Religion, Gender and Class (Academic Journals)
The University of Maryland Law Journal of Race, Religion, Gender & Class provides a forum for academics, judges, and practitioners to engage in a scholarly discussion of legal issues pertaining to race, religion, gender and class. The Journal is dedicated to fostering intellectual discourse on issues at the intersection of public policy and the law, as well as analyzing the effects of law, policy and judicial decision on different religious, racial, ethnic, economic and social groups.