Call for Papers: International Impact of Trump Presidency

March 21, 2017 at 5:13 pm Leave a comment

The Columbia Journal of Transnational Law will devote a special section of the Journal’s online companion, The Bulletin, to essays and commentary on the potential impact of the U.S. election and a Trump presidency, about which many questions of international legal significance remain.

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Topics: Calls for Papers; International Law; Law & Public Policy. 

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Entry filed under: Calls for Papers, International Law, Law & Public Policy.

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