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About UCLA Journal of International Law and Foreign Affairs
Established in 1996, JILFA was among the first student-produced publications that bridged the historical divide between international law and foreign relations. Its subject matter, therefore, is intentionally broad, linking such disciplines as international law, politics, policy, and economics.
JILFA publishes twice annually. Each volume of JILFA is published in print and also available digitally on HeinOnline, LexisNexis, and Westlaw. The journal also hosts a symposium each year on an emerging topic of importance in the realm of international and comparative law.
UCLA School of Law students serve on the Executive and Editorial Boards and function with the support of faculty and administration.