Who Starved for that Smartphone?: Limitations of the SEC’s Approach to the Congolese Conflict Minerals Trade Problem and the Need for the European Union to Better Address its Associated Human Rights Abuses

Download Full Note Full Article Available in: Fordham International Law Journal Volume 40, Number 2 Suggested Citation: Joan Abelardo, Who Starved for that Smartphone?: Limitations of the SEC’s Approach to the Congolese Conflict Minerals Trade Problem and the Need for Read More …

“So Close, Yet So Far”: The United States Follows the Lead of the European Union in Mandating GMO Labeling. But Did It Go Far Enough?

Download Full Note Full Article Available in: Fordham International Law Journal Volume 40, Number 2 Suggested Citation: Courtney Begley, “So Close, Yet So Far”: The United States Follows the Lead of the European Union in Mandating GMO Labeling. But Did Read More …

Restituting Justice: Applying the Holocaust Restitution Process to Subsequent Genocides and Human Rights Violations

Download Full Article   Full Article Available in: Fordham International Law Journal Volume 40, Number 1   Suggested Citation: Zahava Moerdler, Restituting Justice: Applying the Holocaust Restitution Process to Subsequent Genocides and Human Rights Violations, 40 Fordham Int’l L.J. 131 (2016)

To Work and to Love: How International Human Rights Law Can Be Used to Improve Mental Health in the United States

Download Full Article   Full Article Available in: Fordham International Law Journal Volume 40, Number 1   Suggested Citation: Rebecca A. Zarett, To Work and to Love: How International Human Rights Law Can Be Used to Improve Mental Health in Read More …

The Right to Reputation and the Case for Boris Nemtsov

Download Full Article   Full Article Available in: Fordham International Law Journal Volume 39, Number 5   Suggested Citation: Thomas M. Callahan, The Right to Reputation and the Case for Boris Nemtsov, 39 Fordham Int’l L.J. 1289 (2016)

A Postal Code Lottery: Unequal Access to Abortion Services in the United States and Northern Ireland

This Note argues that one’s postal code, or where one lives within the United States or in Northern Ireland, should not negatively impact a woman’s access to safe abortion services. This Note will examine abortion-related jurisprudence in the United States Read More …

Austerity and Human Rights Law: Towards a Rights-Based Approach to Austerity Policy, a Case Study of Greece

This Note analyzes the legal framework for the protection of the right to work under national and international laws, and the limitations for Greece regarding the implementation of austerity measures that result in causing retrogression in the enjoyment of this right. Part I discusses Read More …

The Pen and the Sword: Legal Justifications for the United States’ Engagement Against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS)

Part I of this Comment will lay out the potential arguments the United States could make to justify its engagement against ISIS under international law, jus ad bellum. This Part will also present existing commentary on the strengths and weaknesses of the available Read More …