Tuesday, May 15, 2012
The Volume 11, Spring 2012 issue of the International Aviation Law Institutes's journal, Issues in Aviation Law and Policy (IALP), will be available later this month. The following articles will appear in the issue:
- Steven M. Dejong, Kant Be Done: A Consideration of the Criminalization of Accidents Within the Retributivist Paradigm
- W. Eric Pilsk, Airport Noise Litigation in the 21st Century: A Survey of Current Issues
- John Q. Mulligan, Legal and Policy Issues in the FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012
- Wouter Oude Alink, The Establishment of Airport Charges: Recent Developments in the EU
- Francesco Gaspari, Recent Developments in EU Air Transport Liberalization and Re-Regulation Policies and the New Order of International Air Transport
- Yolande J. Hanlan, Eid v. Alaska Airlines, Inc.: The Great Divide
Additionally, the issue will include the following commentaries:
- Brian F. Havel & Jeremias Prassl, Reforming Civil Aviation in the United Kingdom: The Civil Aviation Bill 2011-12
- Allan I. Mendelsohn, International Aviation Today: What's Wrong?
Blog readers interested in subscribing to IALP, ordering back issues, or perusing a list of published articles may do so at the Institute's website here.