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Volume 30, No. 1


The Mountains Are High and the Courts Are Far Away: Inaccessibility of Remedy for Small-Claim Chinese Plaintiffs in a Globalizing World
Ellen C. Campbell & Shanshan Zhao

Remedying Eternal “Inadequacy”: How Anonymous Juries in the Special Criminal Court Would Preserve Ireland’s Jury Trial Right
J. Raymond Mechmann, III

Self-Determination Through Creating the Free City of Mosul
Steven Young


Challenging U.S. Military Commission Jurisdiction: The Relationship Between Conspiracy Offenses and Joint Criminal Enterprise Theory
Mia Piccininni


Waldman v. Palestine Liberation Organization
Divya Acharya

Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela et al. v. Helmerich & Payne International Drilling Co., et. al.
Jenna Bontempi

D & R Global Selections, S.L. v. Bodega Olegario Falcon Pineiro
Laina Boris

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