The Academy is not involved generally in publication, but rather its members publish books and articles in a variety of legal journals throughout the world. Members are encouraged to exchange books and article reprints with one another. It is possible too that there will be not only exchanges of information and ideas, but also that some members may undertake cooperative writing endeavors.

Nevertheless, publication of the papers presented at the Academy Conference is desirable. In this manner, the scholarship is shared not only with members who are unable to attend, but with other colleagues in teaching and the legal profession. It also is a writing which one may refer to long after the Conference is over. Indeed, it becomes a permanent addition to law libraries and comparative legal scholarship. Problems of securing publication include the current high cost of printing and the limited market for scholarly books. Thus far, the Academy has been most fortunate. The Papers delivered at some Academy Conferences have been published either in book form or as a Symposium issue of a law journal. They are:

  • Donald King (ed.), Fred B. Rothman & Co., now William S. Hein & Co., Buffalo, N.Y. 1986 (2nd Biennial Meeting, held at Castle Hofen, University of Innsbruck, Austria
  • 1987 Ariz. J. Int’l Comp. L. 1 (3rd Biennial Meeting, held at Harvard law School, Boston, Massachusetts, United States)
  • Donald King (ed.), Essays on Comparative Commercial and Consumer Law, Fred B. Rothman & Co. now William S. Hein & Co., Buffalo, N.Y. 1992 (4th Biennial Meeting, held at University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia)
  • Ross Cranston and Roy Goode (ed.), Commercial and Consumer Law: National and International Dimensions, Clarendon Press, Oxford 1993 (5th Biennial Meeting held at Oxford University, Oxford, England)
  • 39 St. Louis U. L.J. 719 (1995), (7th Biennial Meeting, held at Saint Louis University School of Law, St. Louis, Missouri, United States)
  • Jacob Ziegel (ed.), New Developments in International Commercial and Consumer Law, consulting editor Lerner, Hart Publishing, Oxford 1998 (8th Biennial Meeting, held at Bar Ilan University, Rama Gat, Israel)
  • 106 Dick. L. Rev. 1 (2001), (10th Biennial Meeting, held at Penn State Dickinson School of Law, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, United States)
  • 22 Penn St. Int’l L. Rev 1 (2003), (11th Biennial Meeting, held at the Max Planck Institute, Hamburg, Germany).
  • 23 Penn St. Int’l L. Rev. 491 (2005), (12th Biennial Meeting, held at the Riga Graduate School of Law, Riga, Latvia).
  • 42 Tex. Int’l L.J. (2007), (13th Biennial Meeting, held at the University of Texas Law School in Austin, Texas).
  • 27 Penn State International Law Review (2009) (14th Biennial Meeting, held at the Bamberg University, Germany)
  • Elvia Arcelia Quintana Adriano (ed.), The Evolution of the Global Trade Over the Last Thirty Years, UNAM, 2014 (16th Biennial Meeting, held at Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México)
  • 4 Penn State Journal of Law and International Affairs (2015), (17th Biennial Meeting, held at Istanbul Bilgi University, Faculty of Law, Turkey)
  • Toshiyuki Kono/Mary Hiscock/Arie Reich (eds.), Transnational Commercial and Consumer Law - Current Trends in International Business Law, Springer 2018 (18th Biennial Meeting, held at Kyushu University, Faculty of Law, Japan)