Volume 41, Issue 2

Articles Include:
Reconciling the Global North-South Divide on the Use of Force: Economic Coercion and the Evolving Interpretation of Article 2(4) by Jacob Batinga
Counter Currents to the Globalization of Proportionality by Shiling Xiao

Notes & Comments Include:
Belonging and the Right to Belong by George Carlo L. Clark
“Never Again” Yet Another Genocide: Russia’s Unlawful Forced Transfer and Adoption of Ukrainian Children by Lily Muelrath
Turning Profits into a War Strategy by Alexandria Virginski

Volume 41, Issue 1

Notes & Comments Include:
The Nuclear Option: Green Energy Goals in the European Energy Transition by Julian Blecking
Definitional Problems, Indefinite Solutions: Revisiting the ICC’s Conception of Gender in a Gender-Critical World by Neiha Lasharie
Research à la Carte: Why the United States Should Permit Unbundled Commissions Following MiFID II by Sarah M. Verzal

Volume 40, Issue 3

Articles Include:
The Russian Invasion of Ukraine and the Tottering Principles of International Law: Russia’s Assault on World Norms by Frederick V. Perry
Obstacles to the Application of International Justice: Rules of Referral to the International Criminal Court and Political Considerations of the Security Council. by Mahmoud Refaat
Persons Fleeing From the War in Ukraine and the Future of Emergency Protection, Status and Rights by William Thomas Worster

Notes & Comments Include:
Exporting Violations of International Policing Norms: The US Border Patrol’s “BORTAC” Special Operations Unit Promotes Violations of International Norms and Requires Significant Reform by Michael Byrne
The NetzdDG and the Avia Law: How Two Different Legal Systems Created Two Different Outcomes From Similar Laws by Marco Lewis
Cross-Border ADR for the Masses: A Survey of the Viability of International Class Commercial Arbitration by David Samberg

Volume 40, Issue 2

Articles Include:
Speech Given by State of Wisconsin Lieutenant Governor at the Wisconsin International Law Journal Symposium on Friday, April 1, 2022 by Mandela Barnes
The Political Ecology of Earth System Law: Outlining a Lex Capitalocenae by Juan Auz
Preventing Climate Harm: The Role of Rights-Based Litigation by Margaretha Wewerinke-Singh

Notes & Comments Include:
Portrait of Wally – How One Painting Forever Changed the Standard for Restitution of Nazi Era Looted Artworks by Annika Olson
Combating Food Waste in the United States: France and Canada Offer Innovative Solutions by Jacob Schraeder

Volume 40, Issue 1

Articles Include:
The Emergence of Binding Precedent In Brazil, China, France, and Sweden: a Comparative Study by Rodrigo Barioni, Bénédicte Fauvarque-Cosson, Qiao Liu, & Christina Ramberg
Collective Legalization as a Strategic Function of the UN General Assembly in Responding to Human Rights Violations by Michael Ramsden

Notes & Comments Include:
Maized and Confused: How Pesticide Regulations in the United States and Brazil are Failing to Protect Maize Crops in the Face of Climate Change by Katherine Cortesy
The International Convention on the Rights of the Child and Juvenile Justice by Jacqueline Frank
Duality of Nationality: Conflicting Rights in the US-Mexico Extradition Treaty by Osvaldo León

Volume 39, Issue 3

Articles include:
Better Late Than Never? The Environmental Impact Assessment and Its Timing and Function by Thomas D. Grant, Avidan Kent & Jamie Trinidad
Private Climate Governance in Australia: Indigenous Land Use Agreements and the Majority Default Rule by Samantha Hepburn
From the River to the Sea: Water Conflict and International Law in Israel and Palestine by Natasha Spreadborough
Slavery at Sea: Forced Labor, Human Rights Abuses, and the Need for the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission to Establish Labor Standards for Fishing Crew by Chris Wold

Notes & Comments include:
European Union Training Missions and the Law of International Responsibility by Evan Harley Janssens
The Previous Play is Under Review: Baseball, Human Trafficking, and Differing Legal Approaches to Cuban Baseball Immigration in Recent US Presidential Administrations by Jordan Small
Reducing Consumer Shariah Risk Through Truth-in-Lending Disclosures by Davis Sullivan

Volume 39, Issue 2

Articles include:
Black, White, or Blue, Everyone Bleeds Red: Exploring Views About Violence in the South African Police Service by Sanja Kutnjak Ivković, Adri Sauerman & Jon Maskály
Reparations, Restitution, and Transitional Justice: American Chattel Slavery & Its Aftermath, A Moral Debate Whose Time Has Come by Joyce Hope Scott

Notes & Comments include:
India’s Secularism Identity Crisis Through the Lens of the Sabarimala Judgment by Samhita Collur
Burned, Banned, and Censored: The Need for an International Framework that Addresses the Right to Read by McKenna Deutsch

Biometric Crisis: Legal Challenges to Biometric Identification Initiatives by Michael Odden

Volume 39, Issue 1

Articles include:
Revolt Against the U.S. Hegemony: Judicial Divergence In Cyberspace by Dongsheng Zang
Company-Administered Grievance Processes For External Stakeholders: A Means For Effective Remedy, Community Relations, Or Private Power? by Ben Grama

Notes & Comments include:
Quelling The Urge To Go Abroad “In Search of Monsters to Destroy”: Revising the Neutrality Act of 1794 to Meet the Twenty-First Century Challenge of Privatized Warfare by Brendan Ashe

Sanctioning The ICC: Is That The Right Move For The United States? by Nicole Jones
International Food Regulations And Their Unintended Consequences: Why The EU’s Farm to Fork Strategy Would Hurt Europeans by Ola Lisowski

Volume 38, Issue 3

Articles include:
The Start of History for Corporate Law: Shifting Paradigms of Corporate Purpose in the Common Law
by Lance Ang
Regulating Cyber Racism in the United States: Legal and Non-Legal Responses from a Comparative Perspective by Dr. Ying Chen
Where Next for Article VI of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty Following the Marshall Islands’ Cases?
by Alexander Gilder
Suffering in Silence: The Failure of Malawi’s Sexual Offense Laws to Protect Children–A Human Rights Report and Proposed Legislation by Michelle Xiao Liu
The Tort of Negligent Investigation: Canada’s Recognition of the Tort as a Model for Improving Compensation for the Wrongfully Convicted by Erik Olsen
Petitioning the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child for Relief from Climate Change
by Lauren Walson
Climate Change Loss and Damage Litigation: Infeasible or a Useful Shadow?
by Jacob Wise

Volume 38, Issue 2

Articles include:
Human Rights in Pursuit of Climate Justice by Sam Adelman
Climate and Gender Justice in Sub-Saharan Africa: Emerging Trends Post-Paris 2015 by Kemi Mildred Hughes
Being, Becoming, and (Un)Becoming Indigenous? Indigeneity, Human Rights, and Climate Change in India by Arpitha Kodiveri
Combating Climate Change in Nigeria: An Appraisal of Constitutional and Legal Frameworks by Olubisi F. Oluduro
A Proposal for Transnational Litigation Against Climate Change Violations in Africa by Peter Kayode Oniemola
The Intersection of Human Rights and Climate Change in the Inter-American Human Rights System: What to Hope For? by Rafaela Sena
The Advent of International Human Rights Law in Climate Change Litigation by Samvel Varvastian