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What does ILJ stand for?

ILJ stands for International Law Journal (various universities)

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He has presented at various international conferences, published in international law journals and authored a book titled "Globalization and the Limits of National Merger Control Laws (published by Kluwer Law International).
She earned her law degree from Emory University School of Law, where she was a member of the International Law Journal, and her B.
The 37 papers presented, previously published between 1994 and 2005 in international law journals and a few other sources, are organized into sections discussing broad legal issues of the Internet; regulation of cyberspace, including subsections on self- regulation and digital libertarianism, self-regulation and industry governance, code as law, and contract and private ordering; digital constitutionalism; jurisdiction; content regulation; intellectual property, including subsections on copyright and patents; e-commerce and competition policy; privacy; spam; and intermediary liability.
Based Multinational Businesses: Analyzing the Causes for, Effects of, and Solutions to the Corporate Inversion Trend," Northwestern University Journal of International Law and Business: "Rethinking Tax-Based Export Incentives: Converting Repeated Defeats Before the WTO Into Positive Tax Policy," University of Texas International Law Journal.