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Indian Journal of International Law

Indian Journal of International Law

Editor-in-Chief: B. S. Chimni

ISSN: 0019-5294 (print version)
ISSN: 2199-7411 (electronic version)

Journal no. 40901

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The Indian Journal of International Law (IJIL) is the flagship quarterly publication of the Indian Society of International Law with issues in March, June, September and December.

  • Focuses on contemporary Indian, regional and international legal and policy issues
  • Examines all aspects of public and private international law, doctrine and theory
  • Publishes contributions from around the globe
As a leading journal of international law published since 1960, some of the most illustrious names in the field of international law have graced the pages of IJIL. The journal publishes peer-reviewed articles on public and private international law, and also includesa notes and comments section featuring shorter articles on current developments in international law, a separate segment on the state practice of India, and a book review section. Reflecting the worldwide growth of international law as an academic discipline, the IJIL solicits for consideration research articles, notes and case comments that employ empirical, theoretical, policy-oriented or practice-oriented approaches to any issue of international law.

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    The Indian Journal of International Law (IJIL) publishes peer-reviewed articles that enhance the knowledge of International Law. In addition to putting international legal issues on the intellectual agenda, the journal seeks to promote a dialogue between academics, legal professionals and students in which social economic and human rights are interwoven with a multidisciplinary approach. The journal invites submissions in the areas of international trade and investment law, international courts and tribunals, private international law, international criminal law, international maritime law, international sports law, global administrative law, law of the seas, human rights law, environmental law, and regional integration law. The IJIL also publishes content on Indian state practice for scholars, governments, lawyers and students of international law interested in Indian opinio juris.  

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