About Us

The New York International Law Review features peer-reviewed substantive articles relating to the practice of international law such as human rights, immigration, and commercial law. Together with St. John’s University School of Law, the International Section of the New York State Bar Association publishes The New York International Law Review twice per year and distributes issues to Section Members free of charge.

For the 2020-2021 academic year, the student editorial board of the New York International Law Review consists of:

  • Editor-in-Chief: Gia Fernicola
  • Managing Editor: Theodore Ryan
  • Associate Managing Editor: Edward Belotte
  • Executive Articles Editor: Heidi Simpson
  • Executive Notes & Comments Editor: Ryan Iglesias
  • Executive Research Editor: Ruben Huertero
  • LLM Research Editor: Sadia Shamid
  • Articles Editor: Damyre Benjamin
  • Articles Editor: Ellie Sheinwald
  • Articles Editor: Baylee Vazquez
  • Alumni & Events Editor: Zachary Wagman
  • Senior Staff Members:
    • Michelle Artiles
    • Heather Lewin
    • Nicholas Orbon
    • Bridget Sheerin
    • Spencer Sklar
    • Sarah Vinci
    • Stephanie Weaver
    • Torrye Zullo
  • Staff Members:
    • Stephanie Algarin-Santiago
    • Douglas Brady
    • Matthew Callahan
    • Michael Cavaliere
    • Matthew Finegan
    • Danielle Heavey
    • Raymond Iglesias
    • Sean Johannsen
    • Tatehona Kelly
    • Thomas Larounis
    • Rebecca Pasternak
    • James Pizzo
    • Kristin Rainis
    • Matthew Sulewski
    • Nicole Teta
    • Matthew Vani
    • Stephanie Zaferiou

Faculty Advisor: Margaret E. McGuinness

The New York State Bar Association International Section advisory editorial board of the New York International Review includes:

NYSBA International Section Chair: Diane E. O’Connell

Board Members:

  • Jennifer Ismat
  • Margaret McGuinness
  • Joshua Alter
  • Christina Corcoran
  • Nishith M. Desai
  • James P. Duffy IV
  • Marty Flaherty
  • Alexander Greenawalt
  • Robert Howse
  • Kevin McCaffrey
  • Mark Meyer
  • George K. Miller
  • Christina Tsemelis

The New York International Law Review is copyrighted by St. John’s University School of Law and the New York State Bar Association. The copying, reselling, duplication, transferring, reproducing, reusing, retaining or reprinting of this publication is strictly prohibited without permission.