Tag Archives: International

If runway models are performers…is France in breach of its international obligations?

In a recent post, this GuestKat explored the possibility for runway models to claim performers’ rights under UK law (here), concluding  that runway models could make a reasonable claim for performer’s rights protection  under several legal bases. One such basis … Continue reading

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Aspiring Young Scientists Represent Colorado in International Science and Engineering Fair

By Kurt Leyendecker 2018 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair Finalists; Nicole Hankovszky; Peyton Leyendecker; Evelyn Bodoni; Edwin Bodoni; Anand Chundi; and Krithik Ramesh This past week I had the pleasure of attending the 2018 Intel International Science and Engineering … Continue reading

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[Stewart Baker] Building an international “potluck” cyber coalition?

In this episode I interview Duncan Hollis, another Steptoe alumnus patrolling the intersection of international law and cybersecurity. With Matt Waxman, Duncan has written an essay on why the US should make the Proliferation Security Initiative (PSI) a model for … Continue reading

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Considering an international legal career? Here are four tips that’ll help you succeed

While lawyers come in many forms with JDs, LLBs, LLMs, dual masters, and beyond, all of them share a skillset that has cross-border applicability. As a result, it is not at all surprising to see them head many of the Fortune … Continue reading

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Brandes on Populism & International Law in Domestic Courts

Tamar Hostovsky Brandes (Ono Academic College Faculty of Law) has posted  International Law in Domestic Courts in an Era of Populism (International Journal of Constitutional Law, Forthcoming) on SSRN.  Here is the abstract: This article examines the manner in which the rise … Continue reading

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