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The International Lawyer

The International Lawyer is the official quarterly publication of the American Bar Association's Section of International Law and Practice.   The ABA published the inaugural issue in 1966 and SMU has been the proud home of this prestigious journal since 1986.

Since then, The International Lawyer has grown to become the most widely distributed U.S. international law review in the world, enjoying subscriptions of over 15,000 readers in more than 75 countries.  In an effort to satisfy its worldwide readership, this publication focuses primarily on practical issues of international law, including international trade, licensing, direct investment, finance, taxation, litigation, and dispute resolution.

The student editorial board works in conjunction with the professional editorial board chaired by the Co-Editors-in-Chief,
Dean John Attanasio and Senior Associate Dean Marc Steinberg.


Subscriptions

Individual subscriptions to The International Lawyer are available for $60 per year ($75 if mailed outside of the United States). The special summer and fall issues are available for $30 each, and most other issues may be purchased for $10 each, plus $3.95-$5.95 for shipping and handling. To order, contact the ABA Service Center:

• By phone: (800) 285-2221
• By fax: (312) 988-5568
• By e-mail: service@abanet.org
• By Mail: ABA Publication Orders, P.O. Box 10892,

   Chicago, IL 60654-0892
• Reference Product Code Number IC-01 for individual subscriptions and Product Code Number 521-0100 when placing your order.

Back issues three years and older are available by contacting:

William S. Hein & Co. Inc.
1285 Main Street
Buffalo, NY 14209-1987
phone: 800-828-7571
fax: 716-883-8100
e-mail: order@wshein.com

For more information on the journal and access to articles, visit the
ABA Section of International Law.


Article Submissions

The International Lawyer welcomes the submission of original articles, comments, and notes.  To send a submission, visit the Submissions page.


The contents of this web site do not necessarily represent the opinions or policies of Southern Methodist University or the Dedman School of Law.