Oxford University Press’s international law journals collectively bring together leading scholars in the field to cover a broad range of perspectives on all the key issues in international law. Whether you’re a scholar or practitioner, our international law journals will be an invaluable resource.
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British Yearbook of International Law
The Chinese Journal of Comparative Law
Chinese Journal of International Law
European Journal of International Law
Human Rights Law Review
ICSID Review - Foreign Investment Law Journal
International Journal of Constitutional Law
International Journal of Law and Information Technology
International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family
International Journal of Refugee Law
International Journal of Transitional Justice
Journal of Conflict and Security Law
Journal of International Criminal Justice
Journal of International Dispute Settlement
Journal of International Economic Law
London Review of International Law
Oxford Journal of Law and Religion
Uniform Law Review
Yearbook of International Environmental Law
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