The New Partnership with Opinio Juris
Now in its forty-eighth year of publication, the Virginia Journal of International Law is pleased to continue its participation in the scholarly debate of international legal issues through a new partnership with Opinio Juris. By continuing this conversation online, VJIL remains committed to staying at the center of a dynamic and interactive field of international legal scholarship.
From transboundary environmental harms to the effect of international judgments in domestic courts to a new model of customary international law formation, the issues explored in Vol. 48-1 demonstrate the range of VJIL’s coverage of both public and private international law. We hope that you will take a moment to visit our website for full copies of the three articles to be highlighted over the next week on Opinio Juris. On our website you will also find copies of the two student notes appearing in Vol. 48-1.
We look forward to this new partnership as an exciting forum for discussion. Between the appearance of our authors on Opinio Juris and the blogging surrounding their respective articles, we hope that you will keep in contact with us through our website to continue the conversation.