The Law School offers a wide range of student groups related to international and comparative law, allowing students to get involved with a variety of issues. The Michigan Journal of International Law, in particular, gives students the chance to work first-hand on cutting-edge international legal scholarship, while also improving their own research and writing skills.– Jennifer Allen, '11, former editor-in-chief, Michigan Journal of International Law
Michigan Law supports more than 60 student organizations and journals, many of which deal with global legal issues. A sample of those most closely related to areas of international practice are listed below. However, please consult the full list of student organizations to see the complete scope of offerings.
The Michigan Journal of International Law (MJIL) is the student-run international publication at the Law School. MJIL presents cutting-edge articles from scholars and practitioners in international, comparative, and foreign law, as well as research notes written by the student editors.
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