15 Chi. J. Int'l L. [i] (2014-2015)

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Journat of Internationa( Law
Volume 15  Summer 2014  'fumber 1

Lee J.F. Deppermann
Executive Articles Editor

Anthony J. Moreno
Editor-in-Chief
Virginia R. Hildreth
Executive Editor

Nicholas A. Plassaras
Executive Comments Editor

Christine A. Bonomo
Abigail B. Johnston
Robert Warfield
Articles Editors
Alexandra C. Traviss
Bridget M. Widdowson
Managing Editors

Yukiu Monica Chan
Michael D. Educate
Selina J. MacLaren
Comments Editors
Alison Krueger
Topics and Submissions Editor

Staff

Roni Cohen
Christopher P. Eby
Daniel A. Epstein
Siobhan Fabio
Alex Grabowski
Daniel N. Hammond
Steven D. Hoying

Molly M. Jamison
Miles H. Johnson
Jeffrey Levine
Lingfeng Li
Timothy Markey
Brandon Moore
Yasamin N. Oloomi

P. Bartholomew Quintans
Mark Rohan
Camille Maria Shepherd
Lindsay Short
Matthew M. Swift
Christopher P. Tosetti
Jasmina Vajzovic

Daniel Abebe
Faculty Advisor

Dawn M. Matthews
Business Manager

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