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Volume 6 Issue 2

VOLUME 6 ISSUE 2

The Loyola University Chicago School of Law International Law Review is pleased to make available articles from our Volume 6 Issue 2. All citations are to 6 Loy. U. Chi. Int'l L. Rev. ___.


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VOLUME 6 ISSUE NUMBER 2 CAN BE DOWNLOADED AS A PDF FILE here.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

FEATURE ARTICLES

  • Lessons Learned from Ethiopia's Trademarking and Licensing Initiative: Is the European Union's Position on Geographical Indications Really Beneficial for Developing Nations?
    by Mary O'Kicki
  • Health Care Refugees
    by Patricia C. Gunn
  • The International Community Responds to Darfur: ICC Prosecution Renews Hope for International Justice
    by John E. Tanagho and John P. Hermina

 

STUDENT ARTICLES

  • Right to Work? A Comparative Look at China and Japan's Labor Rights for Disabled Persons
    by Cerise Fritsch
  • The Rape Epidemic in the Congo: Why Impunity in the Congo Can be Solved by International Intervention
    by Jeanine Oury