Volume 29, Issue 4

The Efficiency of the Common Law: The Puzzle of Mixed Legal Families by Nuno Garoupa & Carlos Gómez Ligüerre
SPS-Plus and Bilateral Treaty Network: A “Global” Solution to the Global Food-Safety Problem? by Ching-Fu Lin
Tribunals and Taxation: An Investigation of Arbitration in Recent U.S. Tax Conventions by Maya Ganguly
Culture’s Ties to the Land: The Belize-Guatemala Border Conflict’s Implications for the Maya Communities in Light of the UN Declaration by Zelena Jones
Guilty Until Proven Innocent, and then, Still Guilty: What the World Anti-Doping Agency Can Learn from the National Football League about First-Time Anti-Doping Violations by Ryan Reszel
Revising the International Convention on the Regulation of Whaling: A Proposal to End the Stalemate Within the International Whaling Commission by Tara Jordan

Volume 29, Issue 3

Terrorism as Violation of the “Law of Nations:” Finally Overcoming the Definitional Problem by Daniel J. Hickman
The Nature of Union Citizenship Between Autonomy and Dependency on (Member) State Citizenship – A Comparative Analysis of the Rottmann Ruling, or: How to Avoid a European Dred Scott Decision? by Dennis-Jonathan Mann & Kai P. Purnhagen
Exploring the Role of Legitimacy and Identity in Framing Responses to Global Legal Reforms in Socialist Transforming Asia by John Gillespie
The Modified Mechanism in EU Accession: A Look at Croatia’s Accession Into the EU and the Plight of Croatia’s Roma Population by Nicole Wells
There Must Be Something in the Water: An Exploration of the Rhine and Mississippi River’s Governing Differences and an Argument for Change by Stephanie K. Chase
A Diamond’s Wealth is Forever: Comparing Zimbabwe’s and Botswana’s Diamond Mining Law Reveals Changes that Zimbabwe Should Implement by M. Jonathan Robb Jr

Volume 29, Issue 2

Varieties Of Legal Dualism: Making Sense of the Role of Law in Contemporary Russia by Kathryn Hendley
Disobeying the Law: The Culture of Non-Compliance with Rules in Latin America by Mauricio García Villegas
“Take Your Rights Then and Sleep Outside, on the Street”: Rights, Fora, and the Significance of Rural South African Women’s Choices by Dr. Sindiso Mnisi Weeks
Rights of the Ruled: Legal Activism in Imperial Russia by Jane Burbank
Uprooted Justice: Transformations of Law and Everyday Life in Northern Thailand by David M. Engel
Perceptions of Law and Social Order: A Cross-National Comparison of Collective Legal Consciousness by Marina Kurkchiyan
Trying Democracy in the Shadow of an Authoritarian Legality: Chile’s Transition to Democracy and Pinochet’s Constitution of 1980 by Javier Couso
Law’s Location in China’s Countryside by Professor Margaret Woo