The Origins of Argentina’s Litigation and Arbitration Saga, 2002-2016

Download Full Article   Full Article Available in: Fordham International Law Journal Volume 40, Number 1   Suggested Citation: Arturo C. Porzecanski, The Origins of Argentina’s Litigation and Arbitration Saga, 2002-2016, 40 Fordham Int’l L.J. 41 (2016)

Does Every Cloud Have a Silver Lining?: Brexit, Repeal of the Human Rights Act and the Northern Ireland Bill of Rights

Download Full Article   Full Article Available in: Fordham International Law Journal Volume 40, Number 1   Suggested Citation: Anne Smith, Monica McWilliams, and Priyamvada Yarnell, Does Every Cloud Have a Silver Lining?: Brexit, Repeal of the Human Rights Act Read More …

The External Dimension of EU Investment Law: Jurisdictional Clashes and Transformative Adjudication

Download Full Article   Full Article Available in: Fordham International Law Journal Volume 39, Number 5   Suggested Citation: Daniele Gallo & Fernanda G. Nicola, The External Dimension of EU Investment Law: Jurisdictional Clashes and Transformative Adjudication, 39 Fordham Int’l L.J. Read More …

Class Actions in International Commercial Arbitration

This Article attempts to contribute to the study of international class arbitrations by providing a clear framework for discussion, an explanation of the current status, and a description of the challenges facing the development of class actions in the field Read More …

A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing? Transitional Justice and the Effacement of State Accountability for International Crimes

If international atrocity crimes are acts so egregious that their impunity cannot be legally tolerated, why don’t we punish States that commit them? The rise of international criminal law is celebrated as an achievement of the international rule of law, yet its advance effectively Read More …

Feminism and International Law in the Post 9/11 Era

Accounts of the role and influence of feminism in international law and global governance from the 1990s onward have tended to vacillate between analyses of the marginalization of feminist perspectives and the narrative of “governance feminism,” the idea that feminists Read More …

Chinese Gift-Giving, Anti-Corruption Law, and the Rule of Law and Virtue

This Article addresses the question of whether virtuous giftgiving in China can be used in the fight against corruption. Giftgiving, ubiquitous in Chinese familial, business, and official practices, has been under fire by both laws outside and within China. Download Read More …