A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing? Transitional Justice and the Effacement of State Accountability for International Crimes

If international atrocity crimes are acts so egregious that their impunity cannot be legally tolerated, why don’t we punish States that commit them? The rise of international criminal law is celebrated... Read More

A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing? Transitional Justice and the Effacement of State Accountability for International Crimes

If international atrocity crimes are acts so egregious that their impunity cannot be legally tolerated, why don’t we punish States that commit them? The rise of international criminal law is celebrated as an achievement of the international rule of law, yet its advance effectively may come at the expense of holding States accountable for their role in mass violence. Transitional […]

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Feminism and International Law in the Post 9/11 Era

  Full Article Available in: Fordham International Law Journal Volume 39, Number 3   Suggested Citation: Jayne Huckerby, Feminism and International Law in the Post 9/11 Era, 39 Fordham Int’l L.J. 533 (2016)

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Chinese Gift-Giving, Anti-Corruption Law, and the Rule of Law and Virtue

  Full Article Available in: Fordham International Law Journal Volume 39, Number 3   Suggested Citation: Mary Szto, Chinese Gift-Giving, Anti-Corruption Law, and the Rule of Law and Virtue, 39 Fordham Int’l L.J. 591 (2016)

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A Postal Code Lottery: Unequal Access to Abortion Services in the United States and Northern Ireland

This Note argues that one’s postal code, or where one lives within the United States or in Northern Ireland, should not negatively impact a woman’s access to safe abortion services. This Note will examine abortion-related jurisprudence in the United States and Northern Ireland and will make recommendations for the ways in which access to abortion […]

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Does Nationality Influence Neutrality? The Ethical Standards and Expectations of International Mediators

This Comment examines how a mediator’s nationality can influence the mediating parties’ and communities’ perceptions of his neutrality and how cultural differences play a role in the ethical expectations of a cross-cultural mediator. Part I discusses the role of neutrality in cross-cultural mediation and how neutrality is required and interpreted by codified ethical standards for […]

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Time to Retire: Is Lifetime Employment in Japan Still Viable?

  Full Article Available in: Fordham International Law Journal Volume 39, Number 3   Suggested Citation: Sayuri A. Shimoda, Time to Retire: Is Lifetime Employment in Japan Still Viable?, 39 Fordham Int’l L.J. 753 (2016)

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