14 Chi. J. Int'l L. [i] (2013-2014)

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Journal of International Law
Volume 14  Jummer 2013  Xymber 1

Jennifer H. Chemel
Meg K. Lippincott
S. Ellie Norton
Articles Editors

Elizabeth White
Editor-in-Chief
Samuel T. Boyd
Joseph M. Hammon
Executive Editors

Ariane Andrade
Sonali Maulik
Sarah Nudelman
Comments Editors

Daniel Taylor-Cohart
Managing Editor

Anthony Daniel Pastore
Topics and Submissions Editor

Staff

Rachel I. Block
Christine A. Bonomo
Benjamin Moses Brown
Monica Chan
Joshua Chow
Lee J.F. Deppermann
Benjamin P. Dobbins

Michael D. Educate
Sean M. Gholz
Virginia R. Hildreth
Abigail B. Johnston
Benjamin Kelly
Alison Krueger
Selina J. MacLaren
Trevor Mayer

Ryan McCarl
Anthony J. Moreno
Leah Nudelman
Nicholas A. Plassaras
Teodora (Teo) Stoica
Robert Warfield
Bridget M. Widdowson

Thomas Miles
Faculty Advisor

Dawn M. Matthews
Business Manager

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