Membership in the St. John's Journal of International and
Comparative Law is open to the Law School's first-year day and
second-year evening students. To be eligible for membership,
students must complete the writing competition held at the end of
first-year day and second-year evening programs. The selection
process is competitive and evaluates all aspects of a student’s
performance including GPA, writing competition scores and blue book
JICL members are encouraged to author essays, notes and comments on
issues affecting international and comparative law. Our staff
members and Editorial Board also work closely with JICL's faculty
advisors to organize and produce an annual symposium and other
programs that bring together scholars, practitioners and leading
experts in the field of international and comparative law.
us for more JICL membership information.