McGeorge School of Law

Six Student Authors Published In Latest Issue of 'The Globe'

May 8, 2013

Patel, Anderson, Thor

From left, Ronak Patel, James Clifford Anderson and Emily Thor. Not pictured: Christina Bucci, Ryan Hanlon and Erica Scott

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."