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Regent University School of Law’s Journal of Global Justice and Public Policy Publishes Issue 2

Thanks to Christopher Troye, Editor-in-Chief, for an update on Journal of Global Justice and Public Policy’s most recent issue:

The Journal of Global Justice and Public Policy (JGJPP) is Regent University School of Law’s premier academic journal presenting original legal research related to the integration of faith and international human rights. JGJPP features articles, notes, case comments, and book reviews submitted by prominent authors, practitioners, and students.  JGJPP actively solicits manuscripts that address international law, global justice, the rule of law, public policy (foreign and domestic), international relations and diplomacy, comparative law, and decisions adopted by the International Court of Justice, the European Court of Human Rights, the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, and the International Criminal Court.  JGJPP is committed to publishing interdisciplinary scholarship critically analyzing the significant social challenges and the persistent legal issues affecting the marginalized, disenfranchised, indigent, and abused, and works in association with the Center for Global Justice, Human Rights, and the Rule of Law.  JGJPP is led by a team of select law student editors, publishes biannually, and regularly organizes and sponsors conferences, symposia, ethnic enrichment experiences, and student events/activities.

JGJPP’s second issue includes articles examining the infanticide practices of Dr. Kermit Gosnell, the European Court of Human Rights rejection of child return orders in Latvia, the stigma of human trafficking and how victims can avoid wrongful convictions, a new Kazakhstani law on religious activities and associations, and approaches to countering childhood bullying in the United States.  JGJPP’s second issue also includes three diverse student notes; topics discussed are ending female genital mutilation in Indonesia, the constitutionality of women serving in combat positions in the military, and intellectual property rights for local and transnational architectural works.

Journal of Global Justice and Public Policy welcomes submissions, and is available for subscription.