About FJIL

Levin College of Law

Founded in 1984, the Florida Journal of International Law (FJIL) is a scholarly publication devoted to timely discussion of prescient international legal issues.

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FJIL Publications

Holland Legal Information Center

The Journal, published three times a year, is a student-run publication based out of the University of Florida Levin College of Law. Find current and past articles here.

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Prospective Members

Chesterfield Smith Memorial Classroom

Each Summer, the Journal conducts a Write-On Competition for rising 2L, 3L, and LLM students. The authors of the best submissions are invited to join FJIL.

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FJIL Participates in 2017-18 Student Organization Fair

Members of the Florida Journal of International Law tabled on October 5th, 2017 to represent the journal and inform 1Ls of the topics we cover and opportunities to become involved. Pictured: Igal Rojzman, Betty Kishek, and Patrick Brathwaite.

2017-2018 Members

Executive Board:

Betty Kishek

Maritrini Soto Garcia

Jivesh Khemlani

Zachary Malnik

David Barton

Melissa Liddell

Cynthia Garcia

Kathryn Valois

General Members:

Abby Loeffler

Abigail Pafford

Danitza Morales

Yenisleivys Peña

Ricky Brown

Andrew Kelly

Britanee McCausland

Brian Pujols

Nina Hernandez

John Paul Fiore

Jacquelyn Hill

Caitlyn Arnett

Sydney Booth

Douglas Rintoul

Samantha Sanders

Joshua Gluck

Theodore Wagenblast

Sabreena Barboza

Ka-Hing Leung

James Barlow

Alexandria Behul

Michael Bennett

Patrick Brathwaite

Isha Choksi

Michael DeMaio

Christopher Duda

Emma Gregory

Morgan Jansen

Helen Jiang

John Kelly

Ana Beatriz Llerena

Erik Lundberg

Marisa Mato

Brooke Morris

Blake Murphy

Amy Nicotra

Zachary Poirier

Sofia Rogner

Igal Rojzman

Casey Scalise

Daaneyal Siddiqi

Michael Sittner

Ryan Wolis