The Temple International & Comparative Law Journal is a student-edited journal of the
highest quality. It is a specialty publication - one that devotes itself exclusively to
cutting-edge issues within the fields of international and comparative law. TICLJ selects
ambitious articles that present new and challenging ideas. The journal's goal is to not
merely explain the law, but develop it as well. Its audience spans across the world and
includes students, academics, policymakers, and lawyers in both the public and private
sectors. The members of TICLJ therefore relentlessly strive to respect the dignity of their
work as writers, editors, and publishers.
TICLJ is comprised of veteran students who excel in Temple Law School's distinguished
legal research and writing program. These students are accordingly supported by
the foremost international legal scholars in the nation. Temple Law School is widely
known for its international law program, headed by professors who are experts in
the field, and who have substantial experience with international law publications
throughout the world. The combined efforts of the journal's outstanding student-editors
and distinguished faculty advisors serve to deliver pristine articles that foster profound
international and comparative legal scholarship.