South Carolina Journal of International Law and Business


About Us

South Carolina Journal of International Law and Business (SCJILB) is a student-run, student-edited semiannual publication of the University of South Carolina School of Law. First published in 2003, SCJILB actively seeks and selects article submissions from scholars and practitioners on a wide range of topics in public and private international law for publication. The Journal’s substantive focus provides for a framework to publish scholarly articles that analyze global economic and social flows that affect the world. Additionally, SCJILB publishes select student-written notes and comments of scholarly length and quality.

SCJILB hosts biannual symposia focusing on international law and business topics. Each symposium brings local, national, and international experts together to discuss current issues in international law. Our Fall 2022 Symposium, titled The Global Energy Transition, will feature discussion panels on (1) Corporations’ Role in Achieving Net-Zero Goals, (2) Supply Chain and Sourcing Issues in Green Energy Technology, and (3) Sociodemographic Disparities in Energy Insecurity.

SCJILB seeks further engagement with professionals and scholars across disciplines through its biennial symposia, cooperation with foreign universities, and interaction with the University of South Carolina Darla Moore School of Business.

Journal News

SCJILB regularly features updates about our publication, as well as spotlights on current and past member accomplishments. For the latest updates from SCJILB follow us on Linkedin, Facebook, and Instagram @SCJILB.