Melbourne Journal of International Law

Melbourne Journal of International Law is a magazine specializing in law topics.

Articles from Vol. 12, No. 1, May

An Intellectual History of Freedom of Movement in International Law: The Right to Leave as a Personal Liberty
CONTENTS I Introduction II The Right to Freedom of Movement A The Right to Leave One's Country in Classical Thought B The Right to Leave One's Country in Modern International Law 1 De Vitoria 2 Grotius 3 Vattel III...
Exaggerated Rumours of the Death of an Alien Tort? Corporations, Human Rights and the Remarkable Case of Kiobel
CONTENTS I Introduction II The Choice of Law Debate for Causes of Action: From Tel-Oren to Sosa III The Choice of Law Debate for Secondary Liability: From Unocal, to Khulumani and to Talisman IV The Choice of Law Debate for Corporate Liability: Kiobel...
International Environmental Governance: Managing Fragmentation through Institutional Connection
CONTENTS I Introduction II Fragmentation and Linkages in International Environmental Governance A Fragmentation and International Environmental Law B International Environmental Governance C Conceptualising 'Linkage' as a Governance...
Migration and Trade: Prospects for Bilateralism in the Face of Skill-Selective Mobility Laws
CONTENTS I Introduction II Globalisation, Labour Market Segmentation and the Skill Divide III The 'Global Hunt for Talent' and Skill-Selective Immigration Law IV Multilateral GATS Mode 4 and Free Trade Agreements: Liberalising the Mobility...
Prosecutor V. Lubanga: 'Someone Who Comes between One Person and Another': Lubanga, Local Cooperation and the Right to a Fair Trial
CONTENTS I Introduction II Evidence Obtained through Local Informants III Intermediaries at Trial IV An Evolving Disclosure Regime and the Cooperation Imperative A Towards a Judicially-Managed Process B Disclosure Obligations for the Office...
The Act of State Doctrine: Questions of Validity and Abstention from Underhill to Habib
CONTENTS I Introduction II The Origins of the Act of State Doctrine III The Act of State Doctrine in the United States IV The Act of State Doctrine in the United Kingdom V The Act of State Doctrine in Australia VI The Act of State Doctrine Revisited...
WTO-Compliant Protection of Fundamental Rights: Lessons from the EU Privacy Directive
CONTENTS I Introduction II GATS and the Privacy Directive: Background and Threshold Issues A The EU Privacy Directive B Is the Privacy Directive a Measure Covered by GATS? C GATS and the Privacy Directive: A Conflict? III Possible...

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