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Volume 40, Number 4


Translating Unocal: The Expanding Web of Liability for Business Entities Implicated in International Crimes (PDF)
by Robert C. Thompson, Anita Ramasastry, and Mark B. Taylor

Crossing the Atlantic? The Political and Legal Feasibility of European Foreign Direct Liability Cases (PDF)
by Liesbeth F.H. Enneking

Litigation for Overseas Corporate Human Rights Abuses in the European Union: The Challenge of Jurisdiction (PDF)
by Jan Wouters and Cedric Ryngaert

Internalizing Externalities in E.U. Law: Why Neither Corporate Governance nor Corporate Social Responsibility Provides the Answers (PDF)
by Beate Sjåfjell

Corporate Responsibility before International Institutions (PDF)
by Ole Kristian Fauchald and Jo Stigen

A Right by Any Other Name: The Evasive Engagement of International Financial Institutions with Human Rights (PDF)
by Adam McBeth

Defining the Limits of Corporate Responsibilities against the Concept of Legal Positive Obligations (PDF)
by Radu Mares

Whither Communism: A Comparative Perspective on Constitutionalism in a Postsocialist Cuba (PDF)
by Jon Mills and Daniel Ryan Koslosky

Panacea, Placebo, or Pawn? The Teething Problems of the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (SUHAKAM) (PDF)
by Li-ann Thio


Home Is Where the Heart Is: Sexual Orientation Discrimination and the Right to Adequate Housing in International Law (PDF)
by Dara Smith

Disproportionate Punishment: The Legality of Criminal Disenfranchisement under the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (PDF)
by Morgan Macdonald

Publication Tracker

Vol. 51, Number 3 – Published

Vol. 51, Number 4 –  Published

Vol. 52, Number 1 – EPE

Vol. 52, Number 2 – EME

Publication Process: 

After selecting which Articles and Notes to publish, the Article Editors (AE) work with the authors to fine tune the above-the-line text. Thereafter, the ILR Members and Managing Editors (ME) collect the cited sources, substantiate the claims, and edit the footnote citations. The Executive Production Editor (EPE) then completes a final review before sending each Issue to our printer.