The Sompong Sucharitkul Center for Advanced International Legal Studies at Golden Gate University School of Law brings together scholars and students interested in international legal studies.
The Center's journal, the Annual Survey of International and Comparative Law, contains articles written by professors and legal scholars of civil, common law, and other legal systems. The published articles address a broad range of issues concerning international law. The Survey is published annually and editors encourage research based on empirical observations and experience in addition to theoretical and multi-disciplinary approaches.
The Center's Annual Fulbright Symposium provides a forum for engagement and debate among scholars, practitioners, and other professionals working in the areas of international and comparative law and related fields. Each year, the conference theme addresses cutting edge issues in international law. The conference offers law faculty and students rare access to Fulbright scholars, diplomatic and consul officers, and other international law experts.
Submissions from 2015
The 25th Annual Fulbright Symposium on International Legal Problems: Adapting to a Rapidly Changing World, Golden Gate University School of Law
Submissions from 2013
Submissions from 2012
Submissions from 2011
Submissions from 2003
Submissions from 2002
Submissions from 2000
Globalizing the Rule of International Law at the Pre-Dawn of a New Millennium, Sompong Sucharitkul
Submissions from 1999
Closing the UN Decade of International Law and Welcoming the Third Millennium, Sompong Sucharitkul
Submissions from 1998
A Preliminary Survey of Recent International Legal Developments, Sompong Sucharitkul
Submissions from 1996
International Dimensions, Vol. 1 #1, Int'l Law Society