Volume 2 Issue 2
VOLUME 2 ISSUE 2
The Loyola University Chicago School of Law International Law Review is pleased to make available articles from our Volume 2 Issue 2. All citations are to 2 Loy. U. Chi. Int'l L. Rev. ___.
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- National Security Efforts to Disrupt the Mobility of Terrorists
- The Menace of Human Trafficking in Africa and the U.S. Congressional Response Through the Office of the United States Executive Director of the African Development Bank
Ambassador Cynthia Shepard Perry
- The Domestic and International Impact of the U.S. Victims of Trafficking Protection Act of 2000: Does Law Deter Crime?
Susan W. Tiefenbrun
Michael A. Scaperlanda
- Human Trafficking and the Everyday: A Case Study of Nicaragua's Response to the International Movement Against Trafficking in Persons
- Reform to the Criminal Justice System in Chile: Evaluation and Challenges
Rafael Blanco, Richard Hutt, and Hugo Rojas
- Reflection on Criminal Justice Reforms in Chile
James P. Carey
- The European Union's New Role in International Private Litigation
Ronald A. Brand
- Have Foreign Physicians Been Misdiagnosed? A Closer Look at the J-1 Visa
Skyler G. Cruz
- We Pay - The Economic Manipulation of International and Domestic Laws to Sustain Sex Trafficking
Samia A. Malik