Volume 3 Issue 2
VOLUME 3 ISSUE 2
The Loyola University Chicago School of Law International Law Review is pleased to make available articles from our Volume 3 Issue 2. All citations are to 3 Loy. U. Chi. Int'l L. Rev. ___.
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WING-TAT LEE LECTURE
- On Being an International Lawyer
Richard B. Bilder
- Emerging Legal Issues in China
- A Practitioner's View of Chinese Legal Developments
William A. Spence
- The Basic Law and Democratization in Hong Kong
Michael C. Davis
- Coming Out of Denial: An Analysis of AIDS Law and Policy in China (1987-2006)
John Balzano and Jia Ping
- Competition in China's Securities Market: Reform of Current Regulatory Systems
- The Rape and Return of China's Cultural Property: How Can Bilateral Agreements Stem the Bleeding of China's Cultural Heritage in a Flawed System?
Jason M. Taylor
- A Rose by Any Other Name: Protecting Geographical Indications for Wine and Spirits in China
Mark J. Calaguas
- Why Invoking the SCM Agreement May Not Be a Good Response to Chinese Textiles
Konstantina K. Athanasakou