Ratification as International Solidarity - Reflections on Switzerland and Decent Work for Domestic Workers

By Gabriela Medici & Adelle Blackett

Retrieving the Missing Ladder: Excavating Flexibility of the TRIPS Mechanism

​By Wei Shi

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The Connecticut Journal of International Law is a student-run organization that publishes two issues every academic year.  Founded in 1985, CJIL is one of four student-edited journals located at the University of Connecticut.

CJIL is comprised of an Editorial Board and Associate Members.  The positions are elected annually.  Those members select articles and notes for publication, and source, edit, and proof all materials prior to publication.