Tulane Journal of International and Comparative Law
This journal comprises over 40 members and focuses predominantly on current topics in international law. Because of Tulane Law School's ability to offer both common and civil law courses and its international academic reputation, the Journal is in an enviable position to receive scholarly and practical articles from authors around the world. Past issues have included articles on the jury trial in Russia, Chinese foreign investment laws, the role of the UN Security Council in protecting human rights, the UNIDROIT principles, international efforts to combat money-laundering, the Central American Bank for Economic Integration, and international regulation of the Internet.
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