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The Penn State Journal of Law & International Affairs (JLIA) is a digital, interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal, jointly published by Penn State's School of Law and School of International Affairs. The journal promotes academic and public discourse at the intersection of law and international affairs, featuring contributions in the areas of public and private international law, international relations, comparative law and politics, geography, economics, history, and policy issues in the various sciences. It is available online and indexed by LEXIS and Westlaw.
Call for Papers
The Journal is seeking papers on the subject of corporate personhood and international law. Specifically, the Journal is looking for articles dealing with the impact that corporate personhood may have in international relations, trans-national commercial enterprises, and international law, as well as articles on the United States’ conception of corporate personhood and its possible influence other legal systems. These are not meant to be an exhaustive list of topics.
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The Journal’s most recent issue, published in December 2015, features papers from the Seventeenth Biennial Meeting of the International Academy of Commercial and Consumer Law. This issue is dedicated to the memory of Louis Del Duca and Norbert Reich who passed away before publication. The Journal is grateful to all of the authors whose work appears in the issue for their efforts, and wishes to especially thank Professors Anthony Duggan and Hans-W. Micklitz for their dedication and assistance in the publication of this issue.
Current Issue: Volume 4, Issue 2 (2016) Violence Against Women Symposium and Collected Works
Domestic Violence Victims Need Support at State Level
Rep. Scott Conklin
Abused, Abandoned, or Neglected: Legal Options for Recent Immigrant Women and Girls
Meaghan Fitzpatrick and Leslye Orloff
Caught in the Act but not Punished: on Elite Rule of Law and Deterrence
Francesca Jensenius and Abby Wood