Emory International Law Review


Lauren Ulrich


The Editorial Board of the Emory International Law Review is proud to present the first issue of Volume 30. With Volume 30, the Emory International Law Review carries on the vision cast in Volume 29 for publishing smaller and more frequent issues and Recent Developments pieces. Volume 30 highlights a keynote address, eight professional articles and ten noteworthy student pieces that span a wide range of subjects in international law from investor-state dispute settlement to peace and conflict resolution in Syria, and from Supreme Court international law jurisprudence to the unwilling or unable paradigm in international humanitarian law.