The Wisconsin International Law Journal’s Annual Symposium, hosted by the University of Wisconsin Law School on April 8th, 2016, seeks to explore how the Right to Privacy continues to develop and affect international law, how countries currently are balancing this right with other contemporary issues, such as law enforcement and business, and what the future might look like as technology grows exponentially.
The Wisconsin International Law Journal would like to welcome our new senior board members for 2015-2016!
The Wisconsin International Law Journal would like to welcome our new senior board members for 2014-2015!
For many international lawyers, adjudication “is not only the ideal, most peaceful, method of settling inter-state disputes, but also an opportunity for jurists to contribute to doctrinal development in a prestigious nonpolitical institution.”
China’s foreign official bribery provision appears intentionally designed to be narrowly interpreted and weakly enforced.
On April 11, 2011, France implemented a law that placed a ban on persons wearing any form of face coverings in public, which includes the face veil that some Muslim women wear to cover their faces. This paper argues that France’s new law banning the face veil violates the European Convention on Human Rights.