The First International Law Journal in Thailand
The Thailand Journal of International Law (TJIL) is a peer-reviewed journal with a broad focus on international law under the International Law Association of Thailand (ILAT). It is intended to serve as a forum for academics and practitioners to present their views on Public and Private International Laws, especially, as they relate to Thailand. The Journal is a continuation of an important mission of ILAT to foster a general understanding of International Law in Thailand, as well as a means to keep abreast of new developments in this area amidst an ever-changing global landscape. ILAT was established in 1984 primarily to promote International Law in Thailand and to interact with its regional and other international counterparts.
Additionally, TJIL accepts submissions from students who are dedicated to writing on highly topical issues concerning international law (See 'Student Blog' for more information).