The 2024 Harvard International Law Symposium: Bretton Woods 3.0? The Future of International Economic Law
Saturday, March 2 | Austin Hall | Harvard Law School
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From “Space Law” to “Space Governance”: A Policy-Oriented Perspective on International Law and Outer Space Activities
The Wild West of Company-Level Grievance Mechanisms: Drawing Normative Borders to Patrol the Privatization of Human Rights Remedies
Lisa J. Laplante
David Hughes and Yahli Shereshevsky
Minhao Benjamin Chen and Zhiyu Li
Catherine A. Rogers
By Brenda Dvoskin
The Political and Legal Ambiguities of the Multilateral Security Support Mission Authorized for Haiti
A Global Standard Setter for Virtual Currencies: A Case for Strengthening International Financial Law
Juan Carlos Portilla
Rizky Citra Anugrah
“Extraterritorial Observance”: The Invisible Laws that Compete to Govern China’s Belt and Road Loans
Milcar Jeff Dorce
Bridging the Gap: African Countries Outpace the West in Descriptive Representation for Persons with Disabilities
Yohannes Takele Zewale
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Highlights from the 2023 Symposium
Judge Iwasawa of the International Court of Justice Delivers the Keynote Address
Judge Iwasawa’s remarks will appear in Volume 45(1) of the Harvard International Law Journal print edition.
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Contributions on Ukraine
HILJ contributions on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
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Making the Case for a Hybrid Chamber at the ICC Part II: The Low-Hanging Fruit for the Assembly of States Parties to the Rome Statute of the ICC
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