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Volume 7  Issue 1


Are Holocaust Denial Laws and Critical Race Theory Bans the Same?
Rob Kahn

Rulers, Victims, Educators, or Partners? Judges' Perception of Their Relationship with Lawyers
Boaz Shnoor & Eyal Katvan

Authoritarian International Law: An Unfinished Research Odyssey
Roda Mushkat

"Who Are the Landlords Here?" - Group Rights in the Age of Populism: Jewish Ownership of Symbolic and Geographic Space in Israel
Meital Pinto

The Chinese Balloon Incident and Partisanism in International Law
Samuli Seppänen


Holocaust Denial Legislation in the United Kingdom, Germany, Austria, and the United States: How the Law Prsently Addresses the Issue and Proprosals for Reform
Madeline Epstein

Taxing Wealth: A Comparative Analysis of National Wealth Taxes and How a Federal Wealth Tax Can Overcome Administrative Challenges  
Jason Nadboy

Against the Current: Charting a New Course for Human Rights in Sustainable Fisheries Management 
James H. Stitt

Volume 7  Issue 2


One Size Does Not Fit All: A Quasi-Federal Solution to the Euro-Centric Structural Shortcomings of the ICC
Anivesh Bharadwaj

Constructing a Taxonomy of Financial Consumer Protection Policy and Assessing the New Consumer Duty in the United Kingdom's Financial Sector
Iris H-Y Chiu & Wai-Yee Wan

Reuniting "Active" and "Direct" Participation: The International Criminal Court's DPH Divorce in Lubanga
Josef Danczuk

Enhancing Fairness and Compassion in Military Disciplinary Proceedings
Rinat Kitai-Sangero


Drug Addiction, Insanity, and Competency:  How the Halimi Case Galvanizes a U.S.-Inspired Reform of France's  Criminal Responsibility System
Ruben Attia

Always a Suspect: Law Enforcement's Violative Use of Geofence Warrants and Geolocation Data in Criminal Investigations and Proceedings
Aaron A. Bengart

Tackling the Thicket: A Comparative Analysis of Biologic Drugs and Biosimilars in the United States and Abroad
Lauren Cutler

Regulating Cryptocurrency: A Comparative Analysis of U.S. and EU Approaches
Xander Xueyang Peng

Volume 7  Issue 3


Nationality and Naturalizations in International Sports Law: Sports Federations as Gatekeepers
Ilias Bantekas

Sino-American Sanctions Convergence?
Ryan Martínez Mitchell

The Thin Red Line: Neutrality and Belligerency in Modern Conflicts
Thibault Moulin

Reaching an Aim Differently? Corporate Social Responsibility Regulation in Australia and India
Mia Mahmudur Rahim & Mohammad Abu Sayeed


The Complex Issue of Taxpayer-Funded Crisis Relief for Religious Organizations: Exploring the Blurring of Church and State and the Potential Role of Germany's Church Tax
Sarah Batterman

Toward a Biometric Privacy Act to Protect Individual Rights: What the United States Can Learn from the European Union and China
Sophia Hilsman

Race Against the Clock: A Comparative Analysis of New York State's and Germany's Ambitious High-Voltage Transmission Siting Laws and What New York Can Adopt from the German Model
Andrew Leahy

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