Publications

The IILJ’s publications include numerous books, articles, chapters, journal symposia, and research reports. The Institute publishes the IILJ Working Papers and the IILJ Emerging Scholars Papers.

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IILJ Working Paper 2022/2

Human Rights in a Use Case World

Benedict Kingsbury

IILJ Working Paper 2022/1 (History and Theory of International Law Series)

A Thousand Flowers Blooming, or the Desert of the Real? International Law and its many problems of history

Nehal Bhuta

IILJ Working Paper 2021/6 (International Economic Law Series)

ISDS Reform: The Long View

José E. Alvarez

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Articles All Articles >


134 Harvard Law Review Forum 359 (2021)

Legal Responses to Black Subordination, Global Perspectives

Kevin E. Davis

96 New York University Law Review 375 (2021)

Who Should Pay for COVID-19? The Inescapable Normativity of International Law

Sebastián GuidiNahuel Maisley

An Address by José Alvarez to the Canadian Council of International Law at their Annual Meeting Nov. 12, 2020

International Law in a Biden Administration

José E. Alvarez

Chapters All Chapters >


Chapter in Cambridge Companion to International Law (Crawford & Koskenniemi eds. 2012)

International Courts: Uneven Judicialization in Global Order

Benedict Kingsbury

Chapter in The Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law (Wolfrum ed. 2012)

Indigenous Peoples

Benedict Kingsbury