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Matthew Pinkerton, Travis Brooks, Adriana Badilas and Catherine Chyi

From left, Matthew Pinkerton, Travis Brooks, Adriana Badilas and Catherine Chyi.

New "Globe" Features Four Student Comments

April 27, 2011

Tags: Student Life, 2011

Four students who will graduate next month wrote comments that appear in the forthcoming Volume 23, Issue 2 of the McGeorge Global Business & Development Law Journal.

Adriana Badilas wrote "Food Taxes: A Palatable Solution to the Obesity Epidemic." Catherine Chyi contributed "Lessons from China?: Keeping Divorce Rates Low in the Modern Era."

Matthew Pinkerton, who served as the editor-in-chief of  "The Globe" this past year, wrote "Considering the Next Generation of Innovators: Incorporating the Needs of Start-ups into the United States Patent and Trademark  Office's Intellectual Property Strategy."

Travis Brooks wrote, "Toward Promises Unfulfilled: Applying Sixteen Years of Trade and Environmental Lessons to the Pending U.S.-Colombia Trade Promotion Agreement."