The French university Paris II (Panthéon Assas) established the Assas International Law Review (Revue de droit international d’Assas) in 2018.
It is an online journal published once a year by the doctoral school of the University. It features articles on public and private international law written by professors and doctoral students.
The main theme of the 2019 issue is personal data processing and international law. The issue features eleven articles on this topic. It also includes short articles summarizing the doctoral theses recently defended at the University and five more articles on various topics, including blockchains and private international law, foreign surrogacy and the ruling of the European Court of Human Rights in Molla Sali.
All issues can be freely downloaded. The 2018 issue is available here.