Oregon Review of International Law

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Welcome to the Oregon Review of International Law (ORIL), a student-run journal of the University of Oregon School of Law. ORIL publishes articles by academics, and practitioners who address current legal topics in international law and policy.

Journal Editors

Please contact ORIL's Editor in Chief regarding submissions, subscriptions, comments, and questions.

Contact ORIL 

2021–22 ORIL Editorial Board 
Editor in ChiefAriana Garousi
Executive Operations EditorRowan Bond
Executive EditorsAlex Dimmer
 Weston McClain
 Manuella Tshala
Managing EditorsAndreea Hutuleac
 Ellen Ipsen
 Zack Johnson
Articles EditorsChristopher Ruiz
 Emily Vida
Associate EditorsSarah Coates
 Cara Maniscalco
 Tara Mokhtarzadeh
Staff EditorsDee Akinbosade
 Christine Boone
 Haley Frank
 Timothy Grishkevich
 Jessica Mason
 Incainti McDonald
 Dana Meyer
 Kimbirlee Miller
 Tanya Monthey
 Jessenia Robinson
 Lindsay Wilson
 Georgia Zacest



ORIL annual subscriptions are $40.00 per academic year. Single copies of past issues are $12.00 each. 

To subscribe to ORIL, mail your subscription request along with your check payable to:

Oregon Review of International Law
University of Oregon School of Law
1221 University of Oregon
Eugene, OR 97403-1221


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Oregon Review of International Law publishes articles that analyze connections between social, economic, and political forces and touch on a variety of issues, including human rights, international trade, and international business. We welcome a diversity of topics and opinions.

We accept article submissions from professors and practitioners on a rolling basis.

The Oregon Review of International Law (ORIL) will also accept submissions for review from a person who holds a JD or an international law degree, such as an LLB, regardless of whether such person is currently a student. For example, ORIL will accept submissions from LLM or PhD students with a JD or LLB degree, but ORIL will not accept submissions from students studying to obtain a JD or LLB.

Submission Process

ORIL strongly prefers manuscripts to be submitted through Scholastica, but submissions are also accepted via e-mail. Submissions should include a cover letter and a resume or CV.

All submissions should be double-spaced, twelve-point font, with footnotes. Citations should conform to The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (21st ed. 2020) and The Chicago Manual of Style (17th ed. 2017). 

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