Washington International Law Journal
The Washington International Law Journal was founded in 1990 [under the title Pacific Rim Law & Policy Journal (ISSN: 1066-8632)] as an innovative vehicle for the discussion of legal and interdisciplinary policy-oriented issues affecting both Asian and trans-Pacific affairs.
The Journal's function is three-fold. First, the Journal provides valuable writing and editing experience to University of Washington law students interested in Pacific Rim law and policy issues. Second, the Journal, as one of the only two student-edited law journals in the United States devoted to the Pacific Basin, and the only journal featuring translations of East Asian legal scholarship, encourages the debate of issues vital to the Pacific Rim. Third, the Journal enhances the University of Washington School of Law's national and international role as a center for East Asian legal studies.
Membership is competitive and based upon first year grades and writing competition scores.
Current Issue: Volume 32, Number 2 (2023)
Rights-Based Boundaries of Unilateral Sanctions
Seyed Mohsen Rowhani