Recent Articles & Notes
Fordham Law School Clinical Professor Paolo Galizzi introduces ILJ’s 2019 symposium issue with an overview of the current debate on the regulation of international trade.
William Jannace (Adjunct Professor, Fordham Law School) and Paul Tiffany (Senior Lecturer, Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley) propose a strategy for revitalizing the Bretton Woods System.
Rachel Brewster (Jeffrey and Bettysue Hughes Professor of Law and Co-Director of the Center for International and Comparative Law, Duke University) offers a critique of the Trump Administration’s trade strategy and suggests how the United States could respond more productively to Chinese government infractions.
J. Benton Heath (Acting Assistant Professor of Lawyering, New York University School of Law) argues that the threat posed by national-security objectives to economic law is deeper than the US-China trade conflict and the Trump administration’s strategic use of tariffs.
Simon Lester and Huan Zhu of the Herbert A. Stiefel Center for Trade Policy Studies at the Cato Institute address invocations of national security in GATT/WTO disputes, and propose alternatives to litigation for responding to national security trade restrictions.
Fordham Law School student Daisy de Wolff explains how the law of the flag complicates US efforts to address intentional oil pollution from seafaring vessels.
Fordham Law School student Krina Patel criticizes the marital exception to rape law in India and proposes several legal and social reforms.
Recent Harvard Law School graduate Ahmed Farooq discusses the ongoing crisis in Kashmir.
ILJ Online spoke to Gaetano Taormina about his recently published article on Financial Fair Play in the world of soccer.
A monthly round-up of international and foreign legal developments for the month of April, 2019.
Volume XLII Staffers Stephanie Ali and Katherine Boy Skipsey examine Canada’s asylum policy for victims of domestic violence.
A monthly round-up of international and foreign legal developments for the month of March, 2019
Volume XLII staffer Siobhan Donahue writes about the potential consequences of Brexit for Northern Ireland.
Volume XLII Staffers Savannah Price and Ricky Knapp write about the international legal controversy surrounding NBA star Enes Kanter.
Volume XLII Staffer and member of Fordham’s Jessup International Moot Court Bench Team Brenna Dorgan writes about Iran’s space launches and Security Council Resolution 2231.
A monthly round-up of international and foreign legal developments for the month of February, 2019
Volume XLII Staffers Vanessa Fazzino and Samantha Ragonesi write about the current US administration’s approach to international trade and WTO principles.