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Tulane Journal of International and Comparative Law

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Volume 29 | Spring 2020, Issue No. 2

 

ARTICLES

COVID-19 and The Courts: U.S. and German Courts Managing Civil Dockets in a Crisis

Sarah L. Büthe and Dr. Henning H. Krauss 

Legal Defense of the U.S. Section 232 National Security Action on Steel Imports

Benjamin Blase Caryl

A Stunning Decision: How the E.C.J. Butchered Both Religious Freedom and Animal Welfare

Jeremy A. Rovinsky

The Tensions that Exist in the Creation of National Mechanisms for (Implementation) Reporting and Follow-Up (NMRF/NMIRF) to Better Comply with State Reporting to United Nations Treaty Bodies

Jeremy Julian Sarkin

RECENT DEVELOPMENT

The Justifiability of the Targeted Killing of a Terrorist/State Actor in International Law

Annie Douglas

NOTES

Data Prot. Comm'r v. Facebook Ireland Ltd. and Maximillian Schrems: Shattering the International Privacy Framework

Julia Hamilton

Sky v. SkyKick: U.K.'s Trademark Law Enters Intent-to-Use Holding Pattern

Emily Ketterer

Application of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide (The Gambia v. Myanmar): The International Court of Justice's First Binding Decision to Hold Myanmar Accountable for Committing Genocidal Acts Against the Rohingya Group

Angelique Rael

Republic of Turkey v. Christie's, Inc.: An Idolized Take on Modern Cultural Property Law

Jeremy Laine Schrady