The Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies is a faculty-edited interdisciplinary journal focusing on the intersections of global and domestic legal regimes, markets, politics, technologies, and cultures.
NOTE: Articles written by Indiana University faculty and students are embargoed on this site for one year, all other articles are embargoed for five years. Non-embargoed issues may be available to subscribers of Project MUSE at the Project MUSE website.
Current Issue: Volume 26, Issue 2 (2019)
The Idea of Property: A Comparative Review of Recent Empirical Research Methods
Paul T. Babie, Peter D. Burdon Mr, Francesca da Rimini, Cherie M. Metcalf Prof., and Geir Stenseth
The U.N. Committee of 24's Dogmatic Philosophy of Recognition: Toward a Sui Generis Approach to Decolonization
Hakeem O. Yusuf and Tanzil Chowdhury
Defining Critical Infrastructure for a Global Application
Colleen M. Newbill