international law

photo illustration of world map inside a test tube

The laws of global warming

How to regulate geo-engineering efforts to fight climate change?

A University of Iowa law professor believes the legal ramifications of geo-engineering need to be thought through in advance and a global governance structure put in place soon to oversee these efforts.

A legal export

UI law conference looks at judicial review, criticized at home but promoted abroad

Judicial review—the courts' power to strike down laws—is increasingly criticized in the United States, but promoted abroad. A UI College of Law conference will look at how one of America’s most prominent legal exports has become so controversial at home.

Sofia University rectorate

Teaching law in Bulgaria

Brian Farrell will spend semester at University of Sofia as Fulbright Scholar

Brian Farrell admits Bulgaria wasn’t on the top of his list of places to visit, but when the opportunity arose to teach law at the University of Sofia as a Fulbright Scholar, it quickly moved to the top.