Founded in 1976, the Hastings International and Comparative Law Review ("HICLR") was one of the first law journals in the country dedicated exclusively to legal discourse on the most pressing international and comparative legal issues. As a resource for both academics and practitioners, HICLR provides a forum for exchanging ideas on public and private international law. The journal is published two times a year and welcomes submissions from around the world. Recent topics of discussion in the journal include hybrid war crimes tribunals, the Israeli-Palestinian water conflict, factory occupation in Argentina, and the human rights implications of global climate change.
Current Issue: Volume 40, Number 2 (2017)
The Reception and Processing of Minors in the United States in Comparison to that of Australia and Canada: Would Being a Party to the UN Convention on the Right of the Child Make a Difference in U.S. Courts?
Advancing Migrants’ Rights in the United States Using International Law
Lisa Reinsberg and Brittany West
Migrants’ Rights in the U.S. System under the Inter-American Human Rights System
Francisco J. Rivera Juaristi