Recent Issues

The most recent issues of the New York International Law Review can be ordered through the New York State Bar Association website.

Vol. 33 No.1 (Spring 2020)

Article: 

  • “Toward A Safer Society: Guatemalan Responses to Femicide” by Rachel Phillips

Notes:

  • “#MeToo: How to Address Violence and Harassment in the Workplace Through International Law” by Lauren Bisogno
  • “Women’s Rights are Human Rights: Finding the Right to Access an Abortion in International Law” by Rebecca Farrar

Recent Decisions:

  • Nike, Inc. v. Wu by Gia Fernicola
  • United States v. Ali Sadr Hashemi Nejad by Ruben Huertero
  • Manning v. Erhardt + Leimer, Inc. and Erhardt + Leimer GmBH by Ellie Sage Sheinwald
  • United States v. Balde by Heidi Simpson

Vol. 32 No. 2 (Fall 2019)

Articles: 

  • “Human Rights Paradox: A Comparative Analysis of International Law Receptiveness in Mexico and the United States” by Rita Nathan
  • “A Pseudo Calabresian Sunset Down Under: The Anachronism of Disqualifying Australian Members of Parliament for Holding a Foreign Citizenship” by Benjamen Franklen Gussen

Notes:

  • “Data Privacy In Cross-Border Insolvency: A Fundamental Right Or A Threat To Open Access” by Michael R. Fabrizio
  • “U.S. Obligations Under the General Agreement on Trade in Services Trump the Buy American, Hire American Executive Order” by Rita Kim
  • “Foreign Law Makes a Mockery of International Instruments in an Attempt to Protect Voiceless Victims: A Call on the UK Modern Slavery Act to Adhere to International Anti-Trafficking Instruments” by Amanda Luneburg

Recent Decisions:

  • CBF Industria De Gusa S/A v. AMCI Holdings by Rob Heslenfeld
  • In re Picard by Ruben Huertero
  • Rukoro v. Federal Republic of Germany by Heidi Simpson

Vol. 31 No. 2 (Fall 2018)

Articles: 

  • 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

Note:

  • 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

Recent Decisions:

  • 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