The North Carolina Journal of International Law (ILJ) is a student-run legal journal at the University of North Carolina School of Law in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
ILJ is dedicated to stimulating an intellectual environment through legal scholarship in the areas of international law, international trade, and commercial regulation. To those ends, ILJ publishes five issues each year with articles written by leading scholars, respected practitioners, and ILJ staff members and editors. The newly added fifth annual issue, The Forum, features notes and comments by ILJ staff.
The Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction and the Latent Domestic Relations Exception to Federal Question JurisdictionSam F. Halabi 692
The Hague Child Abduction Convention and the International Child Abduction Remedies Act: Comments for U.S. PracticeGeorge K. Walker 744
Foreign Fathers, Japanese Mothers, and the Hague Abduction Convention: Spirited AwayBarbara Stark 762
Protecting Child Welfare in Abduction and Asylum ProceedingAnn Laquer Estin 793
U.S. Immigration Policy: Enforcement and Deportation Trump Fair Hearings—Systematic Violations of International Non-Refoulement Obligations Regarding RefugeesJacob Oakes 834
Innovating Across Borders: Why Entrepreneur Visas Require Transnational CoordinationChris Bagley 919