International Child Abduction: When the Abductor is the Parent

The Hague Convention was drafted on October 25, 1980, to combat the overwhelming number of non-custodial parent-child abductions.[1]┬áThe purpose of the convention was to prevent non-primary caregivers from kidnapping their own children and escaping to another country, where… Read More

Commercial Whaling: A Brief Explanation and a Call for Better Legal Solutions

Every year, over 2,000 whales are killed due to commercial whaling. While this may not seem like a large number, the major issue is that many of these whales are a part of an endangered species. Despite a… Read More