Currents: Journal of International Economic Law at South Texas College of Law has a goal to inform lawyers and legal scholars about the most significant trends, problems, developments, institution(s), agreements or disputes in international economic law from 1993 to 2018. Our next Volume 23.2 will be compiling and contrasting the thoughts of experts for this overview. Consequently, the journal is seeking only short essays- 5 to 10 pages- about what and why authors see their topics as noteworthy and important for the study and practice of international economic law. The Editorial Board and staff stand ready to assist with any help required such as providing citations or assisting you in creating a reading list to accompany an essay.
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Currents: Journal of International Economic Law
South Texas College of Law