The Bulletin of International Legal Developments

The Bulletin of International Legal Developments

"The Bulletin of International Legal Developments" (until 2005 titled "The Bulletin of Legal Developments") is a fortnightly law journal published by the British Institute of International and Comparative Law. Aiming to provide the reader with a brief overview about recent developments in international law, it features articles on a wide range of legal topics, such as private and public international law, European law and human rights. Topics initially covered in the Bulletin regularly appear later in The International and Comparative Law Quarterly, the Institute's main journal, for a more in-depth analysis.

The Institute offers an internship programme which allows the intern to draft articles for publication in the Bulletin.

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