Volume 50, Number 1 (Fall 2018)


Evident Partiality and The Judicial Review of Investor-State Dispute Settlement Awards: An Argument for ISDS Reform

Antonia Eliason

Regulating a Game Changer: Using a Distributed Approach to Develop an Accountability Framework for Lethal Autonomous Weapon Systems

Tetyana (Tanya) Krupiy

Can Quasi-Judicial Bodies at the World Bank Provide Justice in Human Rights Cases?

Lynn M.G. Ta & Benjamin A.T. Graham


Strengthening Interim Measures in International Arbitration

Stephen Benz

Trapped: Cycles of Violence and Discrimination Against Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Persons in Guyana

Georgetown Law Human Rights Institute


Volume 49, Number 3 (Spring 2018)


Patents, Promises, and Reproducibility
Jacob S. Sherkow

The Big Data of International Migration: Opportunities and Challenges for States Under International Human Rights Law
Ana Beduschi

Shifting Sands in the International Economic System: “Arbitrage” in International Economic Law and International Human Rights
Diana A. Desierto

Repackaging Intellectual Property Protection in International investment Law: Lessons from the Philip Morris v. Uruguay Case
Vivian Daniele Rocha Gabriel and Alebe Linhares Mesquita


Saving Private ISDS: The Case for Hardening Ethical Guidelines and Systematizing Conflicts Checks
Ariel Anderson

Extending Rome Statute Article 59(2) to National Arrests and Detentions
Alexandra Stanley


Volume 49, Number 2 (Winter 2017)


Continuing American Prosperity Relies on Free Trade
Orrin G. Hatch

The Rules-Based International Trading System Urgently Needs Attention
Jennifer Hillman


Trading with the Enemy: Opening the Door to U.S. Investment in Cuba
Kevin J. Fandl

Dusting Off Section 201: Re-Examining a Previously Dormant Trade Remedy
Joshua E. Kurland

Leveraging Trade Agreements for Labor Law Enforcement: Drawing Lessons from the US-Guatemala CAFTA Dispute
Dr. Phillip Paiement

China’s Long Road to Market Economy Status
Jeffrey M. Telep and Richard C. Lutz

Striking a Balance Between Necessity and Fairness: The Use of Adverse Facts Available in Dumping and Subsidies Investigations
Ragan Updegraff

The Inaugural John D. Greenwald Writing Competition: Foreword

The Inaugural John D. Greenwald Writing Competition Foreword
Chris Brummer

The Inaugural John D. Greenwald Writing Competition: Winning Note

Reading the Trade Tea Leaves: A Comparative Analysis of Potential United States WTO-GATS Claims Against Privacy, Localization, and Cybersecurity Laws
Joshua D. Blume


Chinese State-Owned Enterprises and WTO’s Anti-Subsidy Regime
Ting-Wei Chiang

Problems Under WTO Disputes Settled By Mutually Agreed Solution
Di Hao

National Treatment in International Economic Law: The Case for Consistent Interpretation in New Generation EU Free Trade Agreements
Aphiwan Natasha King


Volume 49, Number 1 (Fall 2017)


Jared Genser


Is the Age of Human Rights Really Over? The Right to Education in Africa—Domesticization, Human Rights-Based Development, and Extraterritorial State Obligations
Klaus D. Beiter

What is Law for the European Court of Human Rights?
Dr. Kanstantsin Dzehtsiarou

Challenges to the Protection of Children’s Human Rights and the Perpetuated Marginalization of Children in Transnational Justice
Aurélie Roche-Mair

Collective Rights in the Inter-American and African Human Rights Systems
Michael Talbot

A Long and Winding Road: The Evolution of Applying Human Rights Frameworks to Health
Alicia Ely Yamin and Andrés Constantin


Girls’ Education Under Attack: The Detrimental Impact of Sexual Abuse by Teachers on School Girls’ Human Rights in Kenya
The International Women’s Humans Rights Clinic Georgetown University Law Center

Encouraging Entrepreneurship Supports Human Rights: An Evaluation of Issues and Responses in Zambia
Karl M.F. Lockhart

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs Case: A Ruling with Unforeseen Consequences in the Enforcement of Human Rights in Argentina
Isaías Losada Revol

The Right to Consular Notification: The Cultural Bridge to a Foreign National’s Due Process Rights
Sabrina Veneziano


Volume 48, Number 4 (Summer 2017)


The Revised WTO Agreement on Government Procurement (GPA): Key Design Features and Significance for Global Trade and Development
Robert D. Anderson and Anna Caroline Müller

The Evolution of the EU Law Against Criminal Finance: The “Hardening” of FATF Standards within the EU
Leonardo Borlini and Francesco Montanaro

Autocracy, Democracy, and Juristocracy: The Wax and Wane of Judicial Power in the Four Asian Tigers
Chien-Chih Lin

Enhancing Standing Panels in Investor-State Arbitration: The Way Forward?
Leon Trakman


Compliance and Membership Value in International Economic Law
Marcus P.L. Gustafsson

Can the EU be Held Accountable for Financing Development Projects that Violate Human Rights?
Kirsten Leube

Model BIT: An Ideal Prototype or A Tool for Efficient Breach?
Jeongho Nam

Proposing an International Instrument to Address Issues Arising out of International Surrogacy Arrangements
Rutuja Pol

Of Robots and Rules: Autonomous Weapon Systems in the Law of Armed Conflict
Michael Press

Volume 48, Number 3 (Spring 2017)

International Justice: Where We Stand, Where We Fall, and Where We Need to Be


International Justice
Shannon Togawa Mercer


The Gatekeeper of the ICC: Prosecutorial Strategies for Selecting Situations and Cases at the International Criminal Court
Lovisa Bådagård & Mark Klamberg

The Tallinn Manual 2.0: Highlights and Insights
Eric Talbot Jensen


Sanctions, Transparency, and Accountability: The Missing Links in Natural Resource Anti-Corruption Efforts
Christine Anderson

Contextual Complementarity: Assessing Unwillingness and “Genuine” Prosecutions in Colombia’s Special Jurisdiction for Peace
Caroline D. Kelly

The Legality of Nuclear Weapons for Use and Deterrence
Christopher Vail

Floating Armories: A Legal Grey Area in Arms Trade and the Law of the Sea
Alexis Wilpon


General Counsel of the FBI, James Baker, in Conversation with Professor Mary DeRosa on the FBI and International Justice

International Law and the Foreign Affairs Challenges for the Next Administration
John B. Bellinger, III

Friends Don’t Let Friends Drive Drunk: The Role of U.S. Allies in Keeping the U.S. Honest
Professor Rosa Brooks

Constitutionality of Religious and Alienage Discrimination in the Terrorism Context
Michel Paradis

Cyber Sextortion and International Justice
Benjamin Wittes