Pace International Law Review

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Pace International Law Review  
DisciplineInternational law
Publication details
Pace University School of Law
Standard abbreviations
Pace Int'l L. Rev.
Pace Int. Law Rev.
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The Pace International Law Review (PILR) is a biannual law review established in 1988 at the Elisabeth Haub School of Law.[1] It focuses on the emerging and challenging legal issues, both public and private, facing the world today. By comparing complex international issues with current domestic legal decisions, Pace International Law Review remains on the forefront of the international legal community.

PILR has been cited by the United States Supreme Court,[2] the Supreme Court of South Carolina,[3] the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals,[4] the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals,[5] and various other district courts.

Every three years PILR hosts a symposium, which gives the Pace community an opportunity to learn and participate in discussion with legal scholars, practitioners, and activists.[6]

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