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
Krithika Ashok (Assistant Professor of Law, Jindal Global Law School), Paul T. Babie (Professor of the Theory and Law of Property, Adelaide Law School) and John V. Orth (William Rand Kenan Jr. Professor of Law, UNC School of Law) explore the relationship between justice needs and private property in the constitutional takings provisions of the Indian, Australian, and American constitutions.
Anton N. Didenko (Centre for Law, Markets and Regulation, UNSW Sydney) and Ross P. Buckley (KPMG Law) discuss the move towards a sovereign digital currency in light of the emergence of cryptocurrencies.
Associate Professor and the Director of Externships at Gonzaga University School of Law Inga N. Laurent explores the restorative justice system in Jamaica.
Senior Program Manager of the TrialWatch project at the Clooney Foundation for Justice Stephen Townley seeks to restart the debate regarding nonintervention.
Senior Lecturer at Ono Academic College Ariel Zemach discusses the scope of the Palestinian entitlement to the territory of the West Bank.
Volume XLII Writing & Research Editor Gaetano Taormina writes about the efforts to prevent anti-competitive behavior in the world’s most popular sport.
Fordham Law School student Rebecca Zipursky discusses the German approach to prevent hate speech online.
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 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