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