Overview


Established in 2009, the Notre Dame Journal of International & Comparative Law has facilitated international scholarship for over a decade. The establishment of the Journal coincided with rapid evolution in the burgeoning fields of international and comparative law. Due to its global perspective, the Journal attracts and publishes contributions from distinguished scholars and practitioners throughout the world on a wide variety of issues. Topics featured at our annual symposia have ranged from “International Law and Economics” to “Terrorism After Bin Laden” to “Asylum and Refugee Law.”

The Journal provides its members an opportunity to sharpen their analytical skills and engage in scholarly discourse while contributing to the proud Notre Dame tradition of promoting justice and human rights worldwide. As the Journal continues to grow, its members remain committed to the mission of promoting respect for and further development of international law, comparative law, and global human rights.