The Editors of the Fordham International Law Journal, friends, and colleagues remember Professor Robert Goebel.
The Editors of the Fordham International Law Journal are deeply saddened by the loss of former Secretary-General and ILJ contributor Kofi Annan. In 1997, he published his opening remarks to the International Bar Association titled, "Advocating for an International Criminal Court," in Volume 21, Issue 2 of the Journal. His desire for global justice still rings true to this day.
You can read "Advocating for an International Criminal Court" here.
Recent Articles & Notes
Associate Professor of International and Public Law at the University of Copenhagen Faculty of Law Shai Dothan writes about the textual, the subjective, and the teleological approaches to Treaty interpretation of the European Court of Human Rights.
Sebastian Grund and Mikael Stenström from the European Central Bank discuss the legal framework for sovereign debt restructuring in the euro area.
Professor Philippa Watson of the City Law School (London) and Professor Peter Oliver of the Université Libre de Bruxelles discuss the recent case law of the Court of Justice of the European Union on religion
Professor Fryderyk Zoll of Jagiellonian University and Professor Emerita of Law Leah Wortham of The Catholic University of America write about Poland’s mechanisms for judicial independence and accountability since 2015.
Professor of Law and Jacob Becker Fellow at Loyola Law School Jeffery Atik examines the FRAND formulation for determining the maximum royalties payable to the holder of a Standard Essential Patent, with a focus on EU competition law.
Jean Monnet Professor of EU Law, Walter Gellhorn Professor of Law, and Director of the Center for International Commercial and Investment Arbitration, Columbia Law School George A. Bermann examines the relationship between the European Union and international arbitration.
Walter J. Derenberg Professor of Trade Regulation at New York University School of Law Eleanor M. Fox discusses the famous Intel Corp. v. Commission case.
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.
Volume XLII Staffer Christine Gartland writes about a recent feminist wave in India.
Former intern for Justice Deirdre Murphy of the High Court in Ireland Eric Freiman argues for the use of structured sentencing in the US by using Ireland as an example.
Volume XLII staffer Sean Donoghue draws comparisons between the legal aid systems in the United States and the United Kingdom.
A monthly round-up of international and foreign legal developments for the month of January, 2019
Crowley Scholar for International Law and Justice Morganne Barrett explores the United Nations’ role in promoting independent judiciary system at a time when the rule of law is increasingly important.