Oregon Review of International Law is a dynamic journal made up of students who are interested in world events and international law. We're looking for new members who have imagination, initiative, and a strong work ethic and are interested in gaining valuable journal experience.

So, how can you be a part of ORIL? ORIL holds a membership competition each spring for all interested incoming second- and third-year law students. The competition starts the week after the conclusion of spring semester finals and consists of two parts: a cite check exercise (which requires the Bluebook) and a closed-universe memo assignment. If you are accepted, you will become an Associate Editor. During second semester, Associate Editors will have an opportunity to run for a position on the Managing Board for the following year.

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