About Us

The Boston College International & Comparative Law Review is one of approximately 30 law reviews in the United States that focus on international legal issues, and one of only two that publishes an annual survey of European Union law. The Review publishes two issues annually. The spring issue usually consists of two articles by outside authors and four student pieces.International and Comparative’s scope is expansive and the Review pursues articles that address a variety of international and comparative law issues such as human rights, cross-border environmental disputes, arms control, covert action, international investment, International Court of Justice jurisdiction, and terrorism, to name only a few. Because a growing number of domestic policy issues have international implications, these areas of international law are becoming increasingly important to U.S. practitioners.