European Journal of International Law

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The European Journal of International Law is a quarterly law journal covering international law in a combination of theoretical and practical approaches. It also provides coverage of the relationship between international law and European Union law. The journal was established in 1990 by a group of scholars based at the European University Institute, universities in Florence and Munich, Panthéon-Assas University, and the Michigan Law School.[1] Originally bilingual in English and French, it now publishes in English only.[2]

New content is reserved to subscribers, but becomes available open access after 12 months. The full text of one lead article and all review essays and book reviews of the current year are also accessible for free online.[1]

The journal is published by Oxford University Press and the editor-in-chief is Joseph H. H. Weiler (New York University Law School).


  1. ^ a b European Journal of International Law
  2. ^ EJIL Archive. European Journal of International Law

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