The Duke Journal of Comparative and International Law (“DJCIL”) was established in 1990 and is dedicated to the publication of original scholarship on international, transnational and comparative law matters. The Journal is edited by a student board and publishes three issues annually. DJCIL not only publishes articles by international scholars and practitioners, but also draws upon Duke’s prominent international and comparative law faculty. Additionally, approximately one-third of the Journal’s total page count is devoted to notes by Duke Law students. DJCIL’s editorial staff includes many students enrolled in Duke’s JD/LLM Program in International and Comparative Law and some of the international practitioners enrolled in Duke’sLLM Program.