The Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law is a student-edited journal. The views expressed herein are not necessarily those of the editors, the faculty of the Law College, The University of Arizona, or the Arizona Board of Regents.
AJICL Constitution | AJICL Bylaws
AJICL Mission Statement
The purpose of this organization shall be to publish a journal, which presents scholarly articles concerning international and comparative law issues, including tribal/indigenous peoples law. The organization will strive to fulfill three major goals: The Journal will provide an opportunity for all members to publish articles on international and comparative law topics. The Journal, where possible, shall serve the publication needs of the Arizona Bar Association with respect to international law. The Journal will attempt to provide practitioners, judges, and governmental bodies with a central source of information on international topics that increasingly arise in practice and fall within the emphasis of this publication.
Adopted February 5, 2003