Volume XXXIX - Winter 2016


Common Law Constitutionalism and Its Counterpart in Japan

-Jun Shimizu


The Environment and the Economy: Serbia's Accession to the European Union

- Laura J. Black

Out With the Old, In With the New: An Analysis of Economic Trends Beyond New World Wine Innovation

- Monica D. Mohan

Wiping Out an Entire Religion: How ISIS Will Inevitably Eliminate an Ancient Culture Unless the United States Employs Military and Diplomatic Intervention

- Arielle Mullaney

One Turkey, Seven Drumsticks: A Look at Genetically Modified Food Labeling Laws in the United States and the European Union

- Jessica A. Murray

Cyberterrorism: Combating the Aviation Industry's Vulnerability to Cyberattack

- Andrew V. Schmidt


Immigration Law - Fourth Circuit Provides Its Own Definition of "Sexual Abuse of a Minor" - Amos v. Lynch, 790 F.3d 512 (4th Cir. 2015).

- Christos Koutrobis

Criminal Law - Use of Counterfeit Immigration Documents for Employment Not a Continuing Offense - United States v. Tavarez-Levario, 788 F.3d 433 (5th Cir. 2015).

- Elsa C. Lopez

Treaty Law - The Broad Interpretation of "Lapse of Time" Provides Protections Beyond the Bounds of the U.S.-Mex. Treaty - Martinez v. United States, 793 F.3d 533 (6th Cir. 2015). reh'g en banc granted, vacated (Oct. 14, 2015).

- Chelsea S. Novelli

Constitutional Law - The Required Records Exception Includes Regulatory Foreign Banking Records but Reflects the Fifth Amendment's Purpose - United States v. Chabot, 793 F.3d 338 (3d Cir. 2015).

- Alexander Zodikoff