Blog Posts

Blog Posts are shorter, more conversational pieces that are designed to provide a brief update on international legal issues, often centering on recent reported developments in the news. These pieces feature the author’s perspective more prominently than other pieces produced by journal staff.

Taglieri V. Monasky

Taglieri v. Monasky arose under the Hague Convention of Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction which mandates that a wrongfully removed child must be returned to their country of habitual residence.[i]While the case has been vacated upon rehearing by the Sixth Circuit, the Court temporarily held that the child at issue–A.M.T–had a habitual residence in Italy after applying a new…

Vol. 43 Symposium: Professor Kathryn Bradley on International Surrogacy

2017 North Carolina Journal of International Law Symposium: Professor Kathryn Bradley on International Surrogacy Reproductive tourism is estimated to be a $6 Billion a year industry, and its use by intended parents is growing, particularly through reproduction clinics and surrogates in countries with rising levels of poor women who need the extra income. At the 2017 North Carolina Journal of…