May 8, 2013
Six students who will graduate this month wrote comments that appear in the latest issue (Volume 26, Number 1) of the McGeorge Global Business & Development Law Journal.
James Clifford Anderson wrote "WTO Appellate Body Upholds U.S. Safeguard Measures on Imported Tires from China: Legal Implications and Ramifications to Subsequent Trade Disputes and to Other Trade Industries."
Christina Bucci contributed "Responsible Patent Protections: Preserving Public Health Objectives in the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement."
Ryan Hanlon wrote "School's Out Forever: The Applicability of International Human Rights Law to Major League Baseball Academies in The Dominican Republic."
Ronak Patel contributed "The First of Many Steps: The EU Unitary Patent, Software, and What the United Kingdom Should Do Next."
Erica Scott wrote "Protecting Consumer Data While Allowing the Web to Develop Self-Sustaining Architecture: Is a Trans-Atlantic Browser-Based Opt-In for Behavioral Tracking the Right Solution?"
Emily Thor contributed "The Human Right to Water in the United States: Why So Dangerous?"
This edition of "The Globe" also includes an article, "A Tale of Two Compadres: Teaching International Trade and Development Across Cultures," authored by Professor Marjorie Florestal. There is also an in-depth, four-part review of the law school's Tahoe II Conference. The latter includes Professor Frank Gevurtz's "Report Regarding the 2011 McGeorge Workshop of Promoting Intercultural Legal Competence."