Increased Diversity in International Arbitration
In late 2018, just days after successfully obtaining a temporary injunction for his client Jay-Z’s trademark infringement case, attorney Alex Spiro publicly criticized the American
Does International Law Recognize the Right of Children with Disabilities to Play Sports?
International law is clear: vulnerable people require additional protections. In 1989, the United Nations adopted the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) as
Discarded Women: Gender Based Violence in Mexico
Mourners singing hymns and carrying caskets is a common sight in Mexico. The rate of violence against women in Mexico is staggering; on average, ten
Disaster at Downing Street: The United Kingdom is in Disarray Post-Brexit
The United Kingdom has a new Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak, who is the third British Prime Minister to hold office
The Conflict Over the Northern Ireland Protocol & Irish Sea Customs Border
The United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union and the EU’s single market system introduced a need for a customs border on the island of
Combatting Racism Through International Law & Policy: A Paradox?
One must recognize the daunting role racism has historically and currently plays in international law and policy formation and research. In the United States, recent
Investigating War Crimes: Are U.S. Officials Hypocrites?
Since the Russian invasion and subsequent war in Ukraine, U.S. President Joe Biden has called for an investigation into Vladimir Putin, calling him a war
Commercial Remote Sensing: The National Security Dilemma
In the advent of the “space race,” when the Soviet Union launched the world’s first artificial satellite, Sputnik I, Lyndon Johnson
Does Privatization Require Policy for Reform?
Introduction Governments are controlled by people, and where there are people, there is a human tendency toward self-preservation. This can influence people to prioritize agendas
Global Tax Accord: Economic Diplomacy or Imminent Sanctions?
In October 2021, Janet Yellen championed the Global Tax Accord (“GTA”), aimed at multinational corporations and tax avoidance, calling the occasion a “historic day for
The Path to Legal Personhood for Rivers
The Rights of Nature Framework poses the idea that aspects of our ecosystem, such as rivers and forests, are entitled to certain fundamental rights in
Global Climate Change: Collapse of Property Law
With the increasing amount of climate catastrophes occurring around the world daily, it is easy to wonder how global climate change impacts property law. In