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Legal English Lost in Translation: Is There an App for That?

By: Cassandra DeCoste Languages are living entities whose lives depend on the breath of their fluent speakers.[1] The total number of living languages today rounds to 7,100.[2] Of the roughly 7,100 languages, six languages represent the international community at the United Nations.[3] Fewer languages have an official place in the International Court of Justice (ICJ).[4] … Continue reading

Exciting news about the Lillich Lecture

JTLP is very excited to be hosting one of the nation’s preeminent scholars on the laws of war: Professor Jefferson McMahan.  A Professor of Philosophy at Rutgers University, Professor McMahan was a Rhodes scholar who received Bachelor’s degrees in Philosophy and English Literature, studied for his Master’s in Philosophy at Oxford, and received his Ph.D. … Continue reading


The Florida State University College of Law Journal of Transnational Law & Policy (JTLP) has joined the blogging community!  This blog has been created to report and reflect on the current state of International Law and explore topics on which JTLP has not had the opportunity to publish full articles.  It is our desire to open … Continue reading