The most recent issues of the New York International Law Review can be ordered through the New York State Bar Association website.
Vol. 31 No. 2 (Fall 2018)
- The New York International Law Review’s 30th Anniversary Symposium: New York and International Law by Cory M. Morano and Ipek Basaran
- A New Exception to the Autonomy Principle for Standbys and Letters of Credit? The Negative Stipulation Heresy and the Creation of Commercial Uncertainty in Australia by Dr. Agata de Laforcade
- The United States Copyright Act’s Alignment with the Berne Convention: The Creation of the “Making Available” Right & How it Shapes Our Approach to Global Music Piracy by Christine A. Kowlessar
- United States v. Tuzman by Alphonsus Delgra
- Petersen Energia Inversora S.A.U. v. Argentine Republic by Kei Haneda
- Marks v. Hochhauser by Ziyi Su
- Animal Science Products, Inc. v. Hebei Welcome Pharmaeceutical Co. Ltd. by Jenna Van Middelem
Vol. 31 No. 1 (Winter 2018)
- “Beyond ‘Sex Slaves’ and ‘Tiny Terrorists’: Toward a More Nuanced Understanding of Human Trafficking Crimes Perpetrated by Da’esh” by Caroline Fish (2017 Pergam Award Winner)
- “A New Exception to the Autonomy Principle for Standby’s and Letters of Credit? The Negative Stipulation Heresy and the Creation of Commercial Uncertainty in Australia” by Richard Q. Sterns (Pergam Runner-Up)
- “Patently Obvious: Why the United Kingdom’s Participation in the Unified Patent Court & the Unitary Patent in a Post-Brexit Regime will be Beneficial for UK Citizens” by Erin Seery
- Quentin Alexandre (LLM Staff Member)’s Case Summary on Data Protection Commissioner v. Facebook Ireland Ltd. from the High Court of Ireland.
- Thai-Lao Lignite Co. v. Government of the Lao People’s Democratic Republic, 864 F.3d 172 (2d Cir. 2017) by Ipek Basaran
- Water Splash, Inc. v. Menon, 137 S. Ct. 1504 (2017) by Joshua Lahijani