The Washington International Law Journal publishes three times a year on legal issues and developments in jurisdictions bordering the Pacific Ocean. Since its founding by Professor Dan Fenno Henderson in 1990, the Journal has featured articles by internationally acclaimed legal scholars on topics such as constitutional law, human rights, corporate governance, antitrust, intellectual property, and environmental law.
The Journal is considered the foremost source of legal scholarship on the
Pacific Rim, and has received more citing references than any other
legal journal focusing on this region. Our geographic scope is limited
to East Asia, Southeast Asia, Russia, Central and South American
nations along the Pacific Rim, and Oceania. International waters off
Pacific Rim countries are included within our geographic scope.