The symposium was co-sponsored by the Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation and the Oregon Review of International Law.
What does ORIL stand for?
ORIL stands for Oregon Review of International Law (student journal)
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- Observatory of Research on Innovation in Education New Technologies Evaluation (Austria)
- Open Reduction Internal Fixation (medical procedure)
- Oak Ridge Isotope Generator
- Object Reuse in Geospatial Information
- Organisation for an International Geographical Indications Network
- Target Proceeding In Original Direction
- Oklahoma Resources Integrated General Information Network Systems
- Oncology Research International Limited (Perth, Western Australia)
- Open Reversible Inflatable Liferafts
- Overaged Reparable Item List
- Office of Research Information Management (University of Miami; Florida)
- Office of Risk and Insurance Management
- Optram Railway Infrastructure Management (software; Optram, Inc.)
- Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies
- Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago
- Oak Ridge Regional Inspections Office
- Oulu Regional Institute of Occupational Health (Finland)
- Office de Recherche Interdisciplinaire sur les Organisations Neurophysiologiques
- Ontario Reseach and Innovation Optical Network (Canada)
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His article previously appeared in the Oregon Review of International Law.
Conference on Capitalism - The Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics and the Oregon Review of International Law will hold a conference Thursday through Saturday titled "Capitalism and the Common Good" to examine the relationship between capitalism and international law; conference will be held at University of Oregon Knight Law Center, 1515 Agate St.