About FJIL

Founded in 1984, the Florida Journal of International Law (FJIL) is a scholarly publication devoted to timely discussion of prescient international legal issues.


The Journal, published three times a year, is a student-run publication based out of the University of Florida Levin College of Law. Find current and past articles here.

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Each Summer, the Journal conducts a Write-On Competition for rising 2L, 3L, and LLM students. The authors of the best submissions are invited to join FJIL.


Oh The Places We’ll Go!

Congratulations to the Florida Journal of International Law Class of 2018-2019

Alexandra Bajo Rebecca Bee Yoanna Blanco Elizabeth Cole-Greenblatt Marisa Cruz-Munoz Eitan Ebrahimi Sara Flenniken Jessica Gaudette-Reed Kevin Guevara Alexandra Horn Kasey Joyce Meg Lancaster Courtney Maras Geoffrey Merwin Roslyn O’Neal Maria Pena James Pretorius John Reddin Madison Reeber Alessia Rocha Diana Rodriguez Eric Siegel Kaitlyn Silverberg David Walsh Gabrielle Wheeler Janeen Zamora Iman Zekri

Congratulations to the 2018-2019 Executive Board!

Editor-in-Chief: Erik Lundberg Executive Managing Editor: Sabreena Barboza Executive Editor at Large: Marisa Mato Executive Research Editor: Christopher Duda Executive Student Works Editor: Emma Gregory Executive Symposium Editor: Ana Llerena