"Nothing great in the world has ever been accomplished without passion."
- G.W.F. Hegel
Welcome to the Oregon Review of International Law. The Oregon Review of International Law (ORIL) is a student-run journal of the University of Oregon School of Law that publishes articles by academics, practitioners, and students that address current legal topics in international law and policy.
International law plays an increasingly significant role in domestic
law, politics, and everyday life. An understanding and appreciation
of international law is necessary for a complete understanding of the
national legal landscape. As the volumes of international treaties
continue to grow, ORIL seeks to publish timely articles that describe
the legal aspects of these treaties and the responsibilities they
impose on human rights, taxation, the environment, and a wide variety
of other international legal topics.
We encourage you to explore our website and discover our engaging and timely articles written by respected authors from around the world. Please contact ORIL regarding submissions, subscriptions, comments, and questions.
ORIL is proud to co-sponsor "New Directions for Human Rights and the Environment":
A Symposium Inspired by Svitlana Kravchenko" taking place Sept. 28-29, 2012 in Eugene.