The Chicago-Kent Journal of International and Comparative Law is an online, student-run international law review dedicated to discussion of all matters relating to international law, as well as publication of articles, notes, and comments about various issues in international and foreign law.

Current Issue: Volume 17, Issue 1 (2016)



Piercing The Corporate Veil US Lessons From Romania And Slovakia
Alexandra Horvathova and Catalin Gabriel Stanescu

Cases and Controveries


Kelsey Bates
Managing Editor
Alexandria Huiskens
Executive Cases and Controversies Editor
Jennifer Snyder
Executive Submissions Editors
Dalia Labrador
Courtney Rodman
Executive Articles Editors
Geoff Curley
Andrew Fullett
Rebecca Wagner
Madeline Warkins
Associate Editors
Michael Reed
Marko Illic
Samantha Ruben
Ning Jia
Xiaoduo Liu
Jonathan Downin
Jin Tu
Deanna Palmer
Chaahat Kohli
Aima Mori
Cases and Controversies Editors
Antwan Hampton
Jessabelle Maxilom