MSU International Law Revew: March 2016 Newsletter
International Law Review--the second largest journal at Michigan State University College of Law--was established in 1992 as The Journal of International Law & Practice at The Detroit College of Law. Since our inception, ILR has committed to the study and promotion of cutting edge legal issues at home and abroad. Our publications and annual symposia highlight our dedication to bringing the world to MSU Law and taking MSU Law out into the world.
Congratulations to MSU ILR's newly selected Editorial Board!
As ILR enters its 25th year, it is our pleasure to announce the Michigan State International Law Review Editorial Board for the 2016-2017 academic year. We look forward to the incoming E-Board continuing ILR's tradition of excellence.
Editor-in-Chief: Stephen Ragatzki
Executive Editor: Tyler Seling
Managing Editors: Abbie Carver; Courtney McCausland; Savannah Priebe
Notes and Comments Editors: Calla Ketchens; Laura Bassett
Online Managing Editor: Gary Gonzalez
Articles Editors: Bradley Bourne; Andrea Fogelsinger; Andrew Hargrove; Kelly Kane; Hilary McDaniel
Assistant Articles Editor: Kelsey Janssen
Congratulations to MSU ILR members on the completion of your student notes!
ongratulations to all Michigan State University International Law Review members on the completion of your student notes!
Congratulations all members on reaching your goals. The MSU ILR E-Board knows what was involved in getting it accomplished and all the dedication needed during that process. We are so proud of everyone for making every effort to achieve that goal. You have all worked hard, and proved to yourselves and everyone else what you are capable of. Again, congrats!
Recent Legal Forum Publications: March 2016 Edition
Interested in learning more about how the High Court in India has ruled that Louboutin’s Red Sole Trademark is not protected by India Law?
The Gilets Janues have been protesting in France due to high oil taxes and a poor economy. Recently the protestors received concessions from the French government. What are the results of these concessions for the French economy.
Should juvenile offenders be punished punitively or restoratively? The Convention on the Rights of the Child endorses a restorative approach, emphasizing the rehabilitative promise in young offenders. Norway and 195 other jurisdictions have adopted this approach; however, the United States has not. This blog discusses Norway’s restorative juvenile justice system and urges the United States to adopt the same.
By Kaitlin Allen
Diesel was once thought to be a potential solution to global warming because it produces less carbon dioxide than regular gasoline. Now older model diesel vehicles are being banned in cities across Germany to help improve air quality.
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