The Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law is a preeminent forum for academic discussion on current international subjects. From its inception in 1971 as a student initiative supported by former U.S. Secretary of State and UGA Law Professor Dean Rusk, the International Journal features work by legal scholars and practitioners as well as student notes written by International Journal members.
With a staff composed entirely of second- and third- year law students, the International Journal publishes three times each year. The International Journal serves as a valuable research tool for practicing lawyers and students of the law. It also provides opportunities for International Journal members to develop their own editing and writing skills.
Current Issue: Volume 45, Number 1 (2016)
"Playing God?": An Examination of the Legality of CRISPR Germline Editing Technology under the Current International Regulatory Scheme and the Universal Declaration on the Human Genome and Human Rights
Brooke Elizabeth Hrouda