Volume 21 - Symposium: Confronting Child Labor in Global Agricultural Supply Chains
Toward Peace With Justice in Darfur: A Framework for Accountability
California International Law Center, U.C. Davis School of Law; Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice & Human Rights; Principal Author, Kathleen A. Doty
Two Birds with One Stone: How the Use of the Class Action Device for Victim Participation in the International Criminal Court Can Improve Both the Fight Against Impunity and Victim Participation
The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States and the Foreign Investment and National Securities Act of 2007: A Delicate Balancing Act That Needs Revision
Kristy E. Young (Pritkin Prize Winner)
An Examination of Law Enforcement Responses to Human Trafficking in the United States: A Compliance Assessment of U.S. Obligations Under Customary and Conventional International Law
George S. Yacoubian, Jr., J.D., Ph.D., Heather J. Clawson, Ph.D. & Nicole Dutch
A Vienna Convention Interpretation of the "Interests of Justice" Provision of the Rome Statute, the Legality of Domestic Amnesty Agreements, and the Situation in Northern Uganda: A "Great Qualitative Step Forward," or a Normative Retreat?
Amnesty, the Sierra Leone Truth and Reconciliation Commission and the Special Court for Sierra LeoneAmnesty, the Sierra Leone Truth and Reconciliation Commission and the Special Court for Sierra Leone
William A. Schabas
The staff of the UC Davis Journal of International Law and Policy (“JILP”) is excited to publish its twenty-first volume this year. The UC Davis Journal of International Law and Policy publishes semi-annually and strives to contribute pertinent and interesting scholarly works to the field of international law.
JILP is pleased to host several speakers throughout the year, ranging from lectures given by renown professors to judges on international tribunals. The series will continue throughout the year, in place of our annual symposium. Read more »