Volume 1 Issue 2
The Loyola University Chicago School of Law International Law Review is pleased to make available articles from our Free Trade Area of the Americas: The Implications of a Hemispheric Marketplace Symposium issue. All citations are to 1 Loy. U. Chi. Int'l L. Rev. ___.
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- The 2003-2004 International Law Review Editorial Board
- The International Focus at Loyola University Chicago School of Law
- Symposium Introductory Remarks
Thomas M. Haney
- The FTAA Negotiations: A Melodrama in Five Acts
Kevin C. Kennedy
- Expected Impact of FTAA on Latin American Countries
Robert Grosse and Roy C. Nelson
- Free Trade Does Not Equal Freedom From Red Tape: Practitioner Thoughts on FTAA Rules of Origin
Lynn S. Preece and Bart M. McMillan
- Alternatives to the FTAA: Lessons from Europe
- The Free Trade Area of the Americas: An Idea Whose Time Has Come - And Gone?
David A. Gantz
- Protecting the Indigenous Past While Securing the Digital Future: The FTAA and the Protection of Expressionsof Folklore
- Reconciling the FTAA and TRIPs: Can a Free Trade Area of the Americas be a Fair Trade Area of the Americas? Implications of a Hemispheric Intellectual Property Agenda
- The Circle of Labor: the NAALC, ILO, FTAA and Labor Dispute Resolution Mechanisms
Laura L. Milnichuk