Below are the most recent additions to The Penn Law Legal Scholarship Repository. The Penn Law Legal Scholarship Repository, a service of the Biddle Law Library, collects and preserves the scholarly output of Penn Law. All works are available for immediate download via PDF.
Galbraith, Jean, “Contemporary Practice of the United States Relating to International Law (113:1 Am J Int’l L)” (2019).
Mooney, Charles W. Jr., “Global Standards for Securities Holding Infrastructures: A Soft Law/Fintech Model For Reform” (2019).
Jo, Hyeran; Radtke, Mitchell; and Simmons, Beth A., “Assessing the International Criminal Court” (2018).
Simmons, Beth A., “Borders Rules” (2019).
Creamer, Cosette D. and Simmons, Beth A., “The Dynamic Impact of Periodic Review on Women’s Rights” (2018).
Kelley, Judith G. and Simmons, Beth A., “Introduction: The Power of Global Performance Indicators” (2019).
Doshi, Rush; Kelley, Judith G.; and Simmons, Beth A., “The Power of Ranking: The Ease of Doing Business Indicator and Global Regulatory Behavior” (2019).
Strine, Leo E. Jr., “Fiduciary Blind Spot: The Failure of Institutional Investors to Prevent the Illegitimate Use of Working Americans’ Savings for Corporate Political Spending” (2018).
Yoo, Christopher S. and Wishnick, David A., “Lowering Legal Barriers to RPKI Adoption” (2019).
Yoo, Christopher S., “Paul Baran, Network Theory, and the Past, Present, and Future of Internet” (2018).
Yoo, Christopher S., “Self-Actualization and the Need to Create as a Limit on Copyright” (2018).
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