Currents (periodical)

Currents (periodical)

Currents (ISSN 1534-388X) is the official international trade law journal of South Texas College of Law.

Debuting in the winter of 1991 featuring an article by Senator Lloyd Bentsen,[1] Currents is published twice annually by the law student members and editors, who receive academic credit for writing projects and staff participation.

Currents focuses on international trade law in its broadest sense, addressing the legal effects and structure of international trade agreements as well as the legal aspects of international business transactions, including the sale of goods and services, licensing, investment, and dispute resolutions. Individual past editions have focused on the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) marketplace, the European Union, maritime law, emerging markets and international finance, and oil and gas transactions in Latin America.

The full text of articles published in Currents are available on Westlaw and LexisNexis.


  1. ^ Bentsen, L., "Review of U.S.-Mexico Environmental Issues," Currents: Int'l Trade L.J. (Winter 1991) at 5.


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