• E. Vargas, S. González
    Mexican Law Review (2015). Vol. 7

    Abstract
    The recent surge in illegal firearms trafficking from the U.S. into Mexico has helped empower Mexican criminal groups to adopt highly confrontational strategies, contributing [...]

  • L. Gómez
    Mexican Law Review (2014). Vol. 7

    Abstract
    Biobanking presents significant governance challenges. This is especially evident in Mexico, where the legal framework has not kept up with significant industry expansion. [...]

  • J. Méndez
    Mexican Law Review (2013). Vol. 5

    Abstract
    This study, based on thirty-eight interviews of principals from public middle schools in Mexico City, analyzes the criteria and methods used by these school officials to identify [...]

  • M. Schiffer, S. Nuño
    Mexican Law Review (2014). Vol. 6

    Abstract
    This note examines the political context surrounding the banning of the Mexican American Studies program in Tucson, Arizona and the Acosta v. Huppenthal decision, which leaves [...]

  • G. Tagle
    Mexican Law Review (2015). Vol. 7

    Abstract
    The international responsibility of States is based on two legal precepts: first, a State must be subject to international obligations, and second, a State must be responsible [...]

  • P. Cámara
    Mexican Law Review (2016). Vol. 9

  • S. Puig
    Mexican Law Review (2013). Vol. 5

    Abstract
    This article tackles the complex question of the relationship between international and domestic adjudicatory bodies. It does so by analyzing the debate between liberals and [...]

  • L. Pásara
    Mexican Law Review (2013). Vol. 6

    Abstract
    Over the last twenty-five years, a number of justice reform projects funded by international actors have been implemented in Latin America. No less than 2 billion US dollars [...]

  • A. García
    Mexican Law Review (2014). Vol. 7

    Abstract
    BRICS is an exogenous invention that was institutionalized as a convenient geopolitical market strategy, which favored each of the five BRICS countries to a greater or a lesser [...]

  • J. Montiel
    Mexican Law Review (2016). Vol. 9

  • S. López-Ayllón, A. García, A. Fierro
    Mexican Law Review (2015). Vol. 7

    Abstract
    The main function of administrative courts in Mexico is to resolve disputes between administrative agencies and citizens. Mexico is a federal system with 31 states and a Federal [...]

  • S. Jr
    Mexican Law Review (2013). Vol. 5

    Abstract
    In June 2000, the United States and Mexico signed a treaty for the delimitation of the continental shelf in the western Gulf of Mexico beyond 200 nautical miles. When the [...]

  • K. Gurbacki
    Mexican Law Review (2014). Vol. 6

    Abstract
    This article discusses the impact of the influx of migrants from Mexico and Central America on the American Southwest. Specifically, it discusses how Native American tribes [...]

  • F. González
    Mexican Law Review (2015). Vol. 7

    Abstract
    Drawing on T.H. Marshall’s classic analysis of how civil, political and social rights evolved in Great Britain, this article follows authors, like Rose and Shin, who used [...]

  • J. Santillán
    Mexican Law Review (2013).

    Abstract
    This article is about the great changes that have happened in recent years in international politics as well as the challenges that these thorough transformations imply. Some [...]

  • V. Díaz
    Mexican Law Review (2014). Vol. 7

    Abstract
    This article analyzes the deployment of biometric systems in immigration control. It argues that public policy for biometric data collection and processing must be based on [...]

  • H. Rivera
    Mexican Law Review (2014). Vol. 7

    Abstract
    Mexico is entering a phase of transitional justice. This can be observed in the numerous reforms and measures that are being taken to adapt the legal system to international [...]

  • F. Higareda
    Mexican Law Review (2013). Vol. 5

    Abstract
    This article reviews the development of the Mexican media, both broadcast and print, through an analysis of their current legal framework, culture, ownership structure and [...]

  • J. Tovar
    Mexican Law Review (2013). Vol. 5

    Abstract
    Over the past two decades, Mexico has gone from an authoritarian regime to an electoral democracy. Although this change is undoubtedly positive, the institutional engineering [...]

  • C. áLvarez
    Mexican Law Review (2015). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    Telecommunications reform, one of the pillars of President Enrique Peña Nietos highly-publicized structural reforms, was enacted to recognize as human rights access to: (i) [...]

  • G. Baker
    Mexican Law Review (2015). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    A fundamental question concerning the upstream business model that is incorporated into the 2014 Energy Reform in Mexico concerns the intended evolution of the energy policy [...]

  • E. Adriano
    Mexican Law Review (2015). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    The study of commercial law can be divided into four basic categories: (a) individuals (natural persons); (b) objects of commerce; (c) legal instruments and (d) administrative [...]

  • L. Torres, E. Díaz
    Mexican Law Review (2015). Vol. 8

  • G. Ferreyra
    Mexican Law Review (2015). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    The Michoacanazo was a federal criminal trial in Mexico prosecuted by the Attorney Generals Office against local and state public officials from the state of Michoacán who [...]

  • D. Márquez
    Mexican Law Review (2015). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    This work gives a synopsis of the evolution of public administration control mechanisms in Mexico. It highlights the instrumental nature of oversight, as well as regulatory [...]

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