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Southern California Interdisciplinary Law Journal (ILJ)
USC Gould School of Law

About the ILJ

The Southern California Interdisciplinary Law Journal (ILJ) was founded in 1991 to assess contemporary society, conceive new and unique legal methodology, and seek solutions to contemporary societal problems. The Journal seeks to do this by challenging traditional legal scholarship through the perspectives of disciplines upon which the law is premised. As a result, the Journal provides a framework upon which the future of the law must grow.

Next Issue

We invite you to reserve a copy of the ILJ's next issue by contacting us at:

Southern California Interdisciplinary Law Journal
USC Gould School of Law, Suite 336
University of Southern California
Los Angeles, California 90089-0071
ilj@lawmail.usc.edu

Subscriptions

The ILJ is published three times annually. Subscriptions are $25.00 per year ($34.00 for international subscriptions). The current issue of the ILJ is also available for $12.50 per copy.

Please note that subscriptions are automatically renewed unless notice of cancellation is received prior to renewal. Also note that claims for nonreceipt of issues must be made within 6 months of the mailing date, or the issue cannot be resent free of charge.

For subscription-related information, please email Maia Armaleo, Assistant Director of Student Affairs. For single-issue copies, please contact our publisher at on.demand@christensen.com.

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