Emory International Law Review Editorial Board, Dedication
Johan D. van der Vyver, State Interference in the Internal Affairs of Religious Institutions
Michael Bochenek & Kyle Knight, Establishing a Third Gender Category in Nepal: Process and Prognosis
Jordan J. Paust, Constitutionality of U.S. Participation in the United Nations-Authorized War in Libya
Trynie Boezaart, Protecting the Reproductive Rights of Children and Young Adults with Disabilities: The Roles and Responsibilities of the Family, the State, and Judicial Decision-Making
Laurie R. Blank, Complex Legal Frameworks and Complex Operational Challenges: Navigating the Applicable Law Across the Continuum of Military Operations
Michelle Madden Dempsey, Carolyn Hoyle & Mary Bosworth, Defining Sex Trafficking in International and Domestic Law: Mind the Gaps
Amos N. Guiora, Due Process and Counterterrorism
Paul J. Zwier & Alexander Barney, Moving to an Oral Adversarial System in Mexico: Jurisprudential, Criminal Procedure, Evidence Law, and Trial Advocacy Implications
Tyler G. Banks, Corporate Liability Under the Alien Tort Statute: The Second Circuit’s Misstep Around General Principles of Law in Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petroleum Co.
Yahn-Lin (Franklin) Chu, Supplemental Jurisdiction over Foreign Patents: Permissible, So Long As Limitations Apply
Stephanie Glynn, Toxic Toys and Dangerous Drywall: Holding Foreign Manufacturers Liable for Defective Products—The Fund Concept
Rohani Mahyera, Saving Cricket: A Proposal for the Legalization of Gambling in India To Regulate Corrupt Betting Practices in Cricket
Sabina Schiller, A New Global Legal Order, with or Without America: The Case for Accrediting Foreign Law Schools
Arjun Shah, Is Bollywood Unlawfully Copying Hollywood? Why? What Has Been Done About It? And How Can It Be Stopped?
Gregory S. Gordon, The Eichmann Trial