History of International Law Review
International Law Review--the second largest journal at Michigan State University College of Law--was established in 1992 as The Journal of International Law & Practice at The Detroit College of Law. Since our inception, ILR has committed to the study and promotion of cutting edge legal issues at home and abroad. Our publications and annual symposia highlight our dedication to bringing the world to MSU Law and taking MSU Law out into the world.
ILR commits to publishing important legal issues while promoting a constructive and critical exchange of ideas. It is our goal to facilitate national and international recognition and discussion of global policies, laws, norms, and practices.
ILR is a student-led journal dedicated to academic excellence, international law, and the free exchange of ideas. Currently, all our publications are accessible and available for download at: http://digitalcommons.law.msu.edu/ilr/.
Recognitions and Awards
Michigan State International Law Review is a globally recognized journal that publishes thought-provoking articles and organizes topical symposia on the most relevant provocative issues from around the world.
2012 - 2013: Michigan State University College of Law Diversity Services awarded Michigan State International Law Review with the "Student Organization Partnership" Award.