Volume 28, Issue 4

Articles
Globalizing Conservation Easements: Private Law Approaches for International Environmental Protection by Gerald Korngold
Toward Harmonization and Certainty in Choice-of-law Rules for International Contracts: Should the U.S. Adopt the Equivalent of Rome I? by Charles R. Calleros
Women’s Inheritance and Conditionality in the Fight Against Aids by Sarah J. Conroy
Reconciling German-style Feed-in Tariffs with Purpa by Bradley Motl
From Brussels to Rome: The Necessity of Resolving Divorce Law Conflicts Across the European Union by Teresa Henderson
Examining the Groningen Protocol: Comparing The Treatment of Terminally-ill Infants in The Netherlands with Treatment given in The United States and England by Darin Achilles