McGeorge School of Law

Globe Publishes Six Student Authors

April 10, 2014

Elena Wilson, Kailyn Ellison, Daniel Boargatti, Katie Reed and Michael Richardson

From left: Elena Wilson, Kailyn Ellison, Daniel Borgatti, Katie Reed and Michael Richardson (not pictured: Sanjeev Bajwa)

Six student authors wrote comments that appear in Volume 27 of the McGeorge Global Business & Development Law Journal.

Daniel Borgatti wrote "Justice for Chad: The Next Chapter in the Vindication of Human Rights."

Elena Wilson contributed "Russia in the WTO: Will it Give Full Direct Effect to WTO Law?"

Kailyn Ellison wrote "Rio+20: How the Tension Between Developing and Developed Countries Influenced Sustainable Development"

Katie Reed contributed "Compensation for Extraordinary Rendition: A Comparative Study and the Need for a Domestic Cause of Action in the United States."

Michael Richardson wrote "The Monopoly on Digital Distribution."

Sanjeev Bajwa contributed "Apple v. Samsung: Is it Time to Change our Patent Trial System?"