• Articles:

    A Passive Collaboration: Bureaucracy, Legality, and the Jews of Brussels, 1940–1944
    David Fraser

    Transforming Humanitarian Intervention from an Expedient Accident to a Categorical Imperative
    Mirko Bagaric
    John R. Morss

    Only Time Will Tell: The Growing Importance of the Statute of Limitations in an Era of Sophisticated International Tax Structuring
    Hale E. Sheppard

    Andrew P. Vance Memorial Writing Competition Winner
    Labeling Programs as a Reasonably Available Least Restrictive Trade Measure Under Article XX’s Nexus Requirement
    John J. Emslie

  • Notes:

    Irreconcilable Differences? A Constitutional Analysis as to Why the United States Should Follow Canada’s Lead and Allow Same-Sex Marriage
    Allyson Albert

    Subsistence Whaling in the Native Village of Barrow: Bringing Autonomy to Native Alaskans Outside The International Whaling Commission
    Elizabeth M. Bakalar

    Croll v. Croll and the Unfortunate Irony of the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction: Parents with “Rights of Access” Get No Rights to Access Courts
    Daniel M. Fraidstern

    Bankruptcy Beyond Borders: Recognizing Foreign Proceedings in Cross-Border Insolvencies
    Jennifer Greene

    “No Existira la Pena de Muerte”: Does the United States Violate Regional Customary Law by Imposing the Death Penalty on Citizens of Puerto Rico?
    Monique Marie Gallien

    Conflicting Interests & Conflicting Laws: Re-aligning the Purpose and Practice of Research Ethics Committees
    Cinead R. Kubiak

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