Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law

Vanderbilt Journal of transnational Law is a magazine specializing in Law topics.

Articles from Vol. 33, No. 4, October

Corporate Governance in a Global Environment: The Search for the Best of All Worlds(*)
ABSTRACT This Article reflects on the various visions of corporate governance. Initially, the Article reviews the contractarian and communitarian theories of the corporation. The communitarian theory views the corporation as a separate entity, with...
Final Exit: Should the Double Effect Rule regarding the Legality of Euthanasia in the United Kingdom Be Laid to Rest?
ABSTRACT This Note explores the double effect rule that currently governs physician-assisted suicide cases in the United Kingdom. Recent events in the British medical and legal community have raised serious questions about the rule's adequacy, and...
Prosecuting the "Fog of War?"(1) Examining the Legal Implications of an Alleged Massacre of South Korean Civilians by U.S. Forces during the Opening Days of the Korean War in the Village of No Gun Ri
ABSTRACT In the Fall of 1999, the Associated Press reported a story of an alleged massacre of Korean civilians, conducted by U.S. troops at the beginning of the Korean War in the hamlet of No Gun Ri. The story had an incendiary effect, both in the...
Setting Arbitrators' Fees: An International Survey
ABSTRACT This Article examines the compensation policies of international arbitrators. Specifically, the Article details the results of a survey of individuals who practice in the area of international arbitration. Initially, the Article describes...
The Legacy of Geographical Morality and Colonialism: A Historical Assessment of the Current Crusade against Corruption
ABSTRACT This Article examines the legacy of the rule of geographical morality--that is, the norm by which a citizen of a country in the North may engage in acts of corruption in any country in the South, including bribery and extortion, without...
Who Asked You? the Appropriateness of U.S. Leadership in Promoting Religious Freedom Worldwide
ABSTRACT Government endorsed and government imposed religious persecution is a growing phenomenon worldwide. From Central America to the Far East, people are arrested, tortured, and even killed for having and expressing their faith, despite the...