The thirteenth volume of the San Diego International Law Journal is composed of articles illustrating the value in looking abroad at the diverse historical experiences of foreign nations to help shed light on solutions to contemporary legal issues. The articles tackle general legal topics such as property rights, patent regulation, and internet censorship, while utilizing an international lens to provide perspective and possible solutions. This issue aims to foster a comparative understanding of national legal structures and demonstrate the benefit in researching, understanding, and applying international and comparative law to modern legal problems.
Nicole J. Smith,
San Diego Int'l L.J.
Available at: https://digital.sandiego.edu/ilj/vol13/iss1/2