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Melbourne Journal of International Law

The Melbourne Journal of International Law (MJIL) is a student-edited, peer reviewed academic journal managed by a team of law students at the University of Melbourne.

The Journal was established in 2000 by five ambitious law students who had the vision of creating a forum facilitating scholarly research and discussion of international law issues, particularly those affecting the Asia-Pacific region. Now in its eighth year of publication, MJIL enjoys an outstanding domestic and international reputation as a leading journal publishing both private and public international law issues. To maintain this reputation, MJIL is a fully refereed journal and consistently publishes articles by pre-eminent international law scholars and practitioners writing in both Australia and overseas.

Publication Details
Name of Publisher: University of Melbourne, Faculty of Law
Place of Publication: Melbourne
Resource Type: Journal
ISSN: 1444-8602
Publication Year: 2000-
Publication Frequency: Semiannual
Coverage: Volume1, Issue 1 (Dec 2000) - onwards (Comprehensive)
Subject Covered: International law