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International Arbitration, Manuel Liatowitsch, Jonathan Blank, Jeffrey Rosenthal, Martine Forneret, Emily Scherker, Peter Ashford, Sabrina Janzik, Julianne Jaquith, Dawn Yamane Hewett, Rebecca Soquier, Helen Tang, Branda Horrigan, Anne Hoffman, Mitchell Dearness, Markus Schifferl, Christopher Boog, Benjamin Gottlieb, Diepiriye Anga, Sergey Morozov, Markian Malskyy, Oksana Karel, Anowar Zahid, Chad Catterwell, Cyril Cotterall-Debay, William Langran, Timur I. Sen, Keara A. Bergin, Christopher P. DeNicola 2022 Southern Methodist University

International Arbitration, Manuel Liatowitsch, Jonathan Blank, Jeffrey Rosenthal, Martine Forneret, Emily Scherker, Peter Ashford, Sabrina Janzik, Julianne Jaquith, Dawn Yamane Hewett, Rebecca Soquier, Helen Tang, Branda Horrigan, Anne Hoffman, Mitchell Dearness, Markus Schifferl, Christopher Boog, Benjamin Gottlieb, Diepiriye Anga, Sergey Morozov, Markian Malskyy, Oksana Karel, Anowar Zahid, Chad Catterwell, Cyril Cotterall-Debay, William Langran, Timur I. Sen, Keara A. Bergin, Christopher P. Denicola

The Year in Review

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International Trade, Theodore P. Brackemyre, Tessa V. Capeloto, Sylvia Y. Chen, Dharmendra Choudhary, Kenneth C. Daines, Jeffrey O. Frank, Cynthia C. Galvez, Geoffrey Goodale, Sahar Hafeez, Michael P. House, Bernd G. Janzen, Elizabeth S. Lee, Usha Neelakantan, Devin S. Sikes, David J. Townsend, Daniel Wilson, Shuaiqi Yuan 2022 Southern Methodist University

International Trade, Theodore P. Brackemyre, Tessa V. Capeloto, Sylvia Y. Chen, Dharmendra Choudhary, Kenneth C. Daines, Jeffrey O. Frank, Cynthia C. Galvez, Geoffrey Goodale, Sahar Hafeez, Michael P. House, Bernd G. Janzen, Elizabeth S. Lee, Usha Neelakantan, Devin S. Sikes, David J. Townsend, Daniel Wilson, Shuaiqi Yuan

The Year in Review

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International M&A And Joint Ventures, Renata Antiquera, Steven de Schrijver, Vickie de Smet, Gordon N. Cameron, Precia Darshan, Qinghui Miao, Forrest Alogna, Olivia Goudal, Satyajit Gupta, Alessandra Tarissi de Jacobis, Ibrahim Sattout, Laurant Levac, Dania Dib, Eva Das, Ingrid Viertelhauzen, Elena Cuatrecasas, Anna Zorya, Kateryna Zviagina, Vassily Rudomino, Anton Dzhuplin, Adrienne Ellman, Joseph J. Basile 2022 Southern Methodist University

International M&A And Joint Ventures, Renata Antiquera, Steven De Schrijver, Vickie De Smet, Gordon N. Cameron, Precia Darshan, Qinghui Miao, Forrest Alogna, Olivia Goudal, Satyajit Gupta, Alessandra Tarissi De Jacobis, Ibrahim Sattout, Laurant Levac, Dania Dib, Eva Das, Ingrid Viertelhauzen, Elena Cuatrecasas, Anna Zorya, Kateryna Zviagina, Vassily Rudomino, Anton Dzhuplin, Adrienne Ellman, Joseph J. Basile

The Year in Review

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International Environmental Law, Anastasia Telesetsky 2022 Southern Methodist University

International Environmental Law, Anastasia Telesetsky

The Year in Review

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International Contracts, William P. Johnson, Sabin Volciuc-Ionescu, Catalin-Sergiu Dinu, Katya Logunov, Adrian Lucio Furman, Adam Rose, Willem den Hertog 2022 Southern Methodist University

International Contracts, William P. Johnson, Sabin Volciuc-Ionescu, Catalin-Sergiu Dinu, Katya Logunov, Adrian Lucio Furman, Adam Rose, Willem Den Hertog

The Year in Review

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International Antitrust, Miguel del Pino, Elizabeth Avery, Arda Reznikas, Bruno Drago, Paola Pugliese, Milena Mundim, Adam S. Goodman, Simon Kupi, Peter Wang, Yizhe Zhang, Laurie-Ann Grelier, Peter Camesasca, Naval Satarawala Chopra, Aman Singh Sethi, Shigeyoshi Ezaki, Youngjin Jung, Luke Shin, Gene-Oh Kim, Lara Grenville, Jonathan Tickner, Jasvinder Nakhwal, Lisl Dunlap, Shoshana Speiser 2022 Southern Methodist University

International Antitrust, Miguel Del Pino, Elizabeth Avery, Arda Reznikas, Bruno Drago, Paola Pugliese, Milena Mundim, Adam S. Goodman, Simon Kupi, Peter Wang, Yizhe Zhang, Laurie-Ann Grelier, Peter Camesasca, Naval Satarawala Chopra, Aman Singh Sethi, Shigeyoshi Ezaki, Youngjin Jung, Luke Shin, Gene-Oh Kim, Lara Grenville, Jonathan Tickner, Jasvinder Nakhwal, Lisl Dunlap, Shoshana Speiser

The Year in Review

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Export Controls And Economic Sanctions, John Boscariol, J. Patrick Briscoe, Abigail Cotterill, Harry Dixon, Geoffrey Goodale, Sarah Oliai, Timothy O'Toole, Christopher Stagg, Lawrence Ward 2022 Southern Methodist University

Export Controls And Economic Sanctions, John Boscariol, J. Patrick Briscoe, Abigail Cotterill, Harry Dixon, Geoffrey Goodale, Sarah Oliai, Timothy O'Toole, Christopher Stagg, Lawrence Ward

The Year in Review

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Customs Law, Luis F. Arandia, D. "Bonni" van Blarcom, James Feroli, Greg Kanargelidis, Daniel L. Kiselbach, Kathleen M. Murphy, Matt Nakachi, Rebecca Rodriquez, Brian K. Rowlands, Zachary Silver 2022 Southern Methodist University

Customs Law, Luis F. Arandia, D. "Bonni" Van Blarcom, James Feroli, Greg Kanargelidis, Daniel L. Kiselbach, Kathleen M. Murphy, Matt Nakachi, Rebecca Rodriquez, Brian K. Rowlands, Zachary Silver

The Year in Review

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Introduction, Jason Scott Palmer, Kimberly Y. W. Holst 2022 Southern Methodist University

Introduction, Jason Scott Palmer, Kimberly Y. W. Holst

The Year in Review

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Front Matter, 2022 Southern Methodist University

Front Matter

The Year in Review

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The Next Small Step, Samiya Henry 2022 Duquesne University

The Next Small Step, Samiya Henry

Undergraduate Research and Scholarship Symposium

As of right now, NASA and other space programs are estimating that by 2026, there will be people living in Space. Whether it be the Moon or Mars, one cannot have a functional society without a proper source of laws, especially since no one country has ownership over space. "One Small Step" will produce this source of laws, called the “Space Bill of Rights,” that will outline important matters like the trade of resources, medical care, government officials, and will ensure the preservation of our physical and figurative footsteps in space. This Space Bill of Rights is made up of ...


Degree Of Satisfaction Of Elderly About The Services Provided To Them In Social Care Houses In White Beds Association, Yousef Mohammed Al-Shurman, Ferdous Hasan Omari 2022 Al-Balqa Applied University

Degree Of Satisfaction Of Elderly About The Services Provided To Them In Social Care Houses In White Beds Association, Yousef Mohammed Al-Shurman, Ferdous Hasan Omari

Al-Balqa Journal for Research and Studies البلقاء للبحوث والدراسات

This study aims at identifying the degree of satisfaction of the elderly about the (social, health, entertainment, psychological) services provided to them in social care houses. The sample of the study includes all residents of the White Beds Association for the care of the elderly in Amman. The researcher designed a questionnaire to use in the interviews with the elderly. The questionnaire has four items, and each item includes a group of questions about the service provided to them. The researcher interviewed all the members of the White Beds Association, whose health condition allowed this, (75 elderly people: 44 men ...


Decarceration's Inside Partners, Seema Saifee 2022 University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School

Decarceration's Inside Partners, Seema Saifee

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

This Article examines a hidden phenomenon in criminal punishment. People in prison, during their incarceration, have made important, sometimes extraordinary, strides toward reducing prison populations. In fact, stakeholders in many corners, from policymakers to researchers to abolitionists, have harnessed the legal and conceptual strategies generated inside the walls to pursue decarceral strategies outside the walls that were once considered impossible. Despite this outside use of inside moves, legal scholarship has directed little attention to theorizing the potential of looking to people on the inside as partners in the long-term project of decarceration.

Building on the change-making agency and revolutionary ideation ...


Journal Staff, 2022 Duke Law

Journal Staff

Duke Environmental Law & Policy Forum

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Gambling On Video Games: The Global Esports Betting Market And The Dawn Of Legalized Esports Gambling In The United States, Jake Bland 2022 University of Miami School of Law

Gambling On Video Games: The Global Esports Betting Market And The Dawn Of Legalized Esports Gambling In The United States, Jake Bland

University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review

This Note compares eSports gambling regulations in the United States with regulations implemented in various foreign countries. eSports is a rapidly growing form of sport competition centered around video games. Video games have been a widely popular form of entertainment spanning the globe for many years. However, treating video games as a professional sport and form of monetized competition is a very recent phenomenon in the global mainstream market. Like traditional sports such as football and basketball, eSports have garnered significant attention in the gambling market. Sports betting has long been prevalent in the underworld of the United States, but ...


Front Matter And Table Of Contents, 2022 University of Miami Law School

Front Matter And Table Of Contents

University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review

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Immunization And Indemnification: Rethinking The Us Approach To Liability Protections For Vaccine Manufacturers During The Covid-19 Pandemic, Samantha Topper Berns 2022 University of Miami School of Law

Immunization And Indemnification: Rethinking The Us Approach To Liability Protections For Vaccine Manufacturers During The Covid-19 Pandemic, Samantha Topper Berns

University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review

This note analyzes the legal mechanisms in the United States that provide compensation for vaccine injuries sustained as a result of inoculation against pandemic viruses when a public health emergency has been declared. While the United States has an every-day compensation scheme that deters litigation by providing just compensation yet upholds the right of injured parties to seek damages in court, it has a special compensation scheme applicable to vaccines developed to address public health emergencies that bars litigation by effectively providing vaccine manufactures with complete indemnification and severely restricts the ability of injured parties to receive compensation. Meanwhile, in ...


Big Data, Both Friend And Foe: The Intersection Of Privacy And Trade On The Transatlantic Stage, Gabrielle C. Craft 2022 University of Miami School of Law

Big Data, Both Friend And Foe: The Intersection Of Privacy And Trade On The Transatlantic Stage, Gabrielle C. Craft

University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review

This Note analyzes the data privacy protection initiatives implemented by the European Union and the United States and their effects on international trade. As technology develops, the feasibility of data collection increases, allowing for the collecting of inconceivable amounts of data information. Consequently, this data includes personal information, thus implicating privacy concerns and the need for data privacy protection regulations. Data privacy focuses on the use and governance of personal data and how the data is gathered, collected, and stored. In 2018, the European Union enacted the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which sets out highly stringent standards for how ...


International Law & Covid-19 Symposium, Joseph Candelaria, Gita Howard, Tamar Ezer 2022 University of Miami School of Law

International Law & Covid-19 Symposium, Joseph Candelaria, Gita Howard, Tamar Ezer

University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review

The COVID-19 pandemic has sent shock waves through the international community, exposing systemic failures and highlighting injustices. At the same time, it has provided an opening to consider new approaches, including lessons for international law.
On April 12 and 16, 2021, the University of Miami School of Law International and Graduate Law Programs and Human Rights Clinic, in collaboration with the Human Rights Society, Health Law Association, Environmental Law Program, and University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review hosted a symposium on the impact of COVID-19 on international law. The International Law and COVID-19 Symposium specifically focused on the ...


The Iachr’S Comprehensive Response To The Covid-19 Pandemic And Its Intersectional Impacts On Human Rights, Antonia Urrejola Noguera, Soledad Garcia Muñoz 2022 Inter American Commission on Human Rights

The Iachr’S Comprehensive Response To The Covid-19 Pandemic And Its Intersectional Impacts On Human Rights, Antonia Urrejola Noguera, Soledad Garcia Muñoz

University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review

The region of the Americas is facing unprecedented humanitarian and social challenges as a consequence of the Covid-19 pandemic. As such, the regional institutions need to deliver rapid and effective responses to the region’s inhabitants. In this way, the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (hereinafter IACHR or the Commission) has aimed to deliver a timely answer so that States, the Civil Society, and stakeholders can assure individuals that the treatment of the pandemic incorporates a human rights approach from the Inter-American System’s framework. The purpose of this work will be to give a brief takeaway on how the ...


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