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

Volume 38, Issue 1

Articles include:
The Future of Just War Theory in the Age of Cyberwarfare by Dr. Waseem Ahmad Qureshi
Stranded at the Border: An Analysis of the Legality of International Travel Restrictions Adopted by States in the COVID-19 Pandemic in Light of the Right to Return to One’s Country by Aziz Tuffi Saliba & Mariana Ferolla V. do Valle

Notes & Comments include:
“I Am the River, the River is Me”: How Environmental Personhood Can Protect Tribal Food Systems by Sequoia L. Butler
Codifying Comity: The Case for U.S. Ratification of the 2019 Hague Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments in Civil and Commercial Matters by L. Hunter Maude
Trouble in Paradise: Regulation of Instagram Influencers in the United States and the United Kingdom by Grace Stewart

Volume 37, Issue 3

Articles include:
The Anti-Defection Provision Contained in the Constitution of Bangladesh, 1972, and Its Adverse Impact on Parliamentary Democracy: A Case for Reform by M. Ehteshamul Bari & Pritam Dey
Tainted Harvest: Transborder Labor Trafficking and Forced Servitude in Agribusiness by Luz E. Nagle
Russian Mercenaries, State Responsibility, and Conflict in Syria: Examining the Wagner Group Under International Law by Michael A. Rizzotti

Notes & Comments include:
Playing in the Sandbox: Lessons U.S. Regulators Can Learn from the Successes of FinTech Sandboxes in the United Kingdom and Australia by Amy Harriman
Can Transgender Troops Deploy? International Strategies for Managing Transition-Related Care of Transgender Military Personnel by Nina Marie Neff
America’s Violation of International Laws: The Trump Administration’s Zero-Tolerance Immigration Policy by Kimberly D. Sweatt

Volume 37, Issue 2

Articles include:
Justice Online? Lawyers and Legal Advice Websites in the People’s Republic of China by John Wagner Givens
Continuity or Change? The Role of Gender in Career Preferences for Young Russian Lawyers by Kathryn Hendley
Evaluation and Regulation of Professional Ethics of Lawyers in China by Wu Hongqi
The Gateway to Global China: Hong Kong and the Future of Chinese Law Firms by Sida Liu & Anson Au
In Search of Activist Lawyers in China: A Time Machine Back to the Heyday of Political Activism in the Chinese Legal Profession by Ethan Michelson
Professional Trajectories of Russian Law Students Graduated from MVD-Affiliated Institutions by Dr. Olga Semukhina
Criminal Defense Rate and Underlying Wealth Effect: Data Analysis Based on Judgments of First Instance in Sichuan Province in 2015 and 2016 by Lianhan Zhang & Weimin Zuo

Volume 37, Issue 1

Articles include
Whose Duty Of Elder Care? Examining Aging Law And Policy In Taiwan by Chao-Tien Chang
The Relevance Of The Concept Of Due Diligence For International Humanitarian Law by Marco Longobardo
Navigating The Mississippi International Watercourse: The Right Of Innocent Passage? A Riparian Opportunity For Canada & Mexico by C. Mark Macneill

Notes & Comments including
Driving The Future: The Antiquated Treaties, Unintended Effects, And Inconsistent Implementation Of Autonomous Vehicle Law by Mason Baranczyk
This May Offend You: Scotland’s “Nazi Pug” Case And Free Speech In The Internet Age by Farah Famouri
The WTO Versus The Donald: Why The WTO Must Adopt A Review Standard For Article XXI(B) Of The GATT by Benjamin Jordan

Volume 36, Issue 3

Articles include
“Deciphering the “Right to Read” Under International Human Rights Law: A Normative Framework for Equal Access” by Lida Ayoubi,
“System Criminality and International Responsibility: Back to Canonical Questions” by Zhenni Li,
“Understanding the Activation of the Crime of Aggression at the International Criminal Court: Progress and Pitfalls” by Jeremy Sarkin & Juliana Almeida.

Notes and Comments include
“To Register or Not to Register? The Possibility of an Article 102 Sanction in Jadhav” by Beau Bettiga,
“Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Mental Healthcare for Syrian Asylum-Seekers and Refugees” by Ashlee Rossler