The Legal Scholarship Network (LSN) would like to announce the International Administrative Law eJournal will be renamed to Comparative & Global Administrative Law eJournal to expand upon and better match the scope of the research being presented in the eJournal. Current subscribers will continue to receive the eJournal without interruption.

Editor: Peter L. Lindseth, University of Connecticut School of Law

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