The Chicago Journal of International Law is one of three student-edited journals at The University of Chicago Law School. The journal is published twice a year and features scholarly articles on international law topics as well as student-written works. The Chicago Journal of International Law was first published in 2000 and is the successor to The University of Chicago Law School Roundtable. All volumes of the Chicago Journal of International Law are available in full-text PDF in Chicago Unbound, the University of Chicago Law School’s scholarship repository.
ARTICLES From the State of Emergency to the Rule of Law: The Evolution of Repressive Legality in the Nineteenth Century British Empire Christopher Roberts The Persecution of Stones: War Crimes, Law’s Autonomy and the Co-optation of Cultural Heritage Timothy William Waters
COMMENTS Navigating Rough Seas: Women on Waves’ Legal Options for Overcoming Resistant States Jennifer Bisgaier What Does the CISG Have to Say About Smart Contracts? A Legal Analysis Anna Duke Closing the Liability Loophole: The Liability Convention and the Future of Conflict in Space Trevor Kehrer Problems of Proof for the Ban on Female Athletes with Endogenously High Testosterone Levels Silver Lin Enforcement Through the Network: The Network Enforcement Act and Article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights Imara McMillan Waste Not Want Not: Chinese Recyclable Waste Restrictions, Their Global Impact, and Potential U.S. Responses Colin Parts