This collection contains the blog posts of the Cardozo International & Comparative Law Review (CICLR).

Blog posts containing student work have been published since 2020 on the CICLR Online website and are archived here.

Cardozo International & Comparative Law Review (CICLR) is a cutting-edge law review edited and published entirely by the students at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York City. CICLR specializes in international and comparative law, policy, and ethics and publishes scholarly work submitted by practitioners and legal scholars from all around the world.

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Submissions from 2021

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A Pro-Competitive European Super League, Christopher Alexander

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Let Them Just Eat, Evelyn Baert

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U.S. Housing Relief During COVID: Successes and Failures - and What Policymakers Can Do, Gabriel Bildirici

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United States Accused of Violating International LaborLaws, Remains Far Behind Developed Nations, Mia Bornstein

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Are Taxes on Sugary Beverages the Answer to the Obesity Epidemic?, Juliana D'Alleva

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Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity in International Human Rights Law: Existing Between the Lines, Mika D'Angelo

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South Korea, Japan and Comfort Women, Jason Ducena

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Reproductive Justice Advocates are Making Major Changes, Even During a Global Pandemic, Katherine Fustich

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Florida’s Disenfranchisement of Ex-Offenders Shows Criminal Restitution Must Be Reformed, Justin Gendler

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Trafficked: The British Museum’s Role in the Illicit Art Trade, Katelyn Goetten

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The Malignancy of Plea Bargaining, Aaron Hughes

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The Law of International Responsibility: Is ‘Failure to Train’ Legally Relevant?, Evan Harley Janssens

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International Adoptions: A Troubling Decrease?, Katherine Jenkins

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The Uighurs in China, Cameron Kellett

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Much Needed Reformation in South Korea’s Juvenile Act, William Kim

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A Possible Solution for Conflicting International Discovery Practices, Bryan McCracken

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On a Different Course – US Minimum Sound Requirements for Hybrid and Electric Vehicles, Megan McCurdy

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Your Location will Determine Your Right to Physician Assisted Suicide, Zoe Neefe

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Will SWIFT Remain Relevant in the Face of CBDCs?, Camilla Olivia

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A (Very Short) Introduction to the Art Storage Business and the Modern Luxury Freeport, Ned Shefer

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Disney and Nintendo Make the "Ultimate" Team in Bringing Sora to Super Smash Bros., Marc Siegel

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U.S. Proposal for Minimum Tax Rate, Henry Tan

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Will the Entertainment Industry Survive COVID-19?, Gladys Zakharova

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The Eminence of an Incompetent Forensic Expert Versus the Innocence of the Defendant, Eza Bella Zakirova

Submissions from 2020

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Austria Joins Other European Countries in OfferingCitizenship to the Persecuted Who Never Returned, Hayley Bronner

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Human Rights and Compliance: Organization for Economic Co-operation & Development, Sarah Casteel

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Apple and the European Commission: A Bleak Future for Competitive Balance in the EU?, Richard Dacher

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Too Soft on Corporate Crime?, Adina Feder

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Investigating Dark Net Criminals and the Resulting Legal Consequences, Alec Kirschenbaum

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Golden Passports in the EU: Is the End Near?, Stjepan Klinar

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An Argument for Supreme Court Term Limits, Hailey B. Petrick

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Rethinking Presidential Succession After Covid-19, Kevin Rizzo

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Flipping Black Art: Christie's Special Contract, Jessica Wang

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Comparison of the Testamentary Forms between the UPC and the Chinese Civil Code, Jiang Zhu