The George Mason Journal of International Commercial Law (JICL) is a legal periodical founded in 2008 to further the study of international commercial law while providing international scholars and practitioners a forum to exchange, develop, and publish innovative ideas. JICL aims to reach international audiences in academia and beyond by publishing articles from around the world that are useful in practice, promote a greater understanding of the legal aspects of international commerce, serve as a catalyst for legal cohesion and international standardization, and provide a source of authority and analysis to the legal community.
Published by a select group of student editors at the George Mason University School of Law in Arlington, Virginia, JICL is one of the only legal-academic journals dedicated exclusively to the legal issues affecting international commerce and has attracted contributions from leading scholars and experienced practitioners all over the globe. JICL is published exclusively online, a medium effective in reaching JICL’s international audience and reflective of its innovative approach to scholarship.
Editor-in-Chief: Tanya Secor
Executive Editor: Anna Gleysteen
Managing and Publications Editor: Stephen Veit
Symposium Editor: Tyler Del Rosario