The New York International Law Review is a publication of the
International Law and Practice Section of the New York State Bar
Association. Each year, the student editorial board and the
editorial board of the Bar Association prepare two issues of the
publication presenting a variety of articles written by professors
and practitioners. Focusing on current issues of international
concern, the New York International Law Review offers readers an
assortment of articles on topics such as intellectual property,
immigration, trade, and international human rights. The New York
International Law Review also provides students with an excellent
forum to publish their own articles and review of recent decisions.
To be eligible for membership, students must complete the writing
competition held at the end of first-year day and second-year
evening programs. The selection process is competitive and
evaluates all aspects of a student’s performance including GPA,
writing competition scores and blue book examination grades.