​San Diego International Law Journal

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Articles in Volume 19
CRISPR/Cas-9 Technologies: A Call for a New Form of Tort
Kendall Lovell
Christina M. Nielsen
International Regulatory Entrepreneurship: Uber's Battle with Regulators in France
J. Domenic Martini
Legal Responses to the European Union's Migration Crisis
Graham Butler
Modern Application of the Islamic Assessment of the Syrian Refugees' Relocation Solution in Egypt
Shams Al Din Al Hajjaji
On the Precipice: Prospects for Free Labor Unions in Vietnam
Tran Thi Kieu & Richard A. Bales
Physician-Assisted Suicide: Removing Residency Requirements in the U.S. to Comport with an International Right to Health
Alexi Silverman
Proxy Access Voting: Evaluating Proxy Access and the Recent Phenomenon of Corporations Adopting Shareholder Protective Policies
Danielle Vukovich
Regulating FinTech: Lessons from Africa
Anton Didenko
Sir, the Radar Sir, It Appears to Be ... Jammed: The Future of "The RIght to be Forgotten" in a Post-Brexit United Kingdom
Cory DiBene
Sub Judice and Free Speech: Balancing the Right to a Fair Trial Against Freedom of Expression in Israel
Boaz Shnoor & Doron Menashe
The Prosecution of Pirates and the Enforcement of Counter-Piracy Laws Are Virtually Incapacitated by Law Itself
Dr. Waseem Ahmad Qureshi
The Uncertain Future of Australia's Pacific Solution
Chandra Roam
Vatican Condemnation of Nazi War Crimes: Pope Pius XII's Denunciation of Wartime Atrocities
Donald H. J. Hermann