Editor's notes.

AuthorMcCarthy, Megan

Volume 33, No. 2 of the Canada-United States Law Journal contains articles and speeches that occurred throughout a year of Canada-United States Law Institute programming. In this issue, our authors examine the importance of the Canada-U.S. relationship with China and the potential impact of that relationship on the traditional laws governing international trade. Our authors also examine the effects that China's trade and human rights policies have had on Canada and the U.S.; the energy, immigration, and trade issues between Mexico and the U.S.; and also how the Canadian and American governments are regulating new technologies. Moreover, Fmr. Ambassador Gotlieb has added his perspective as to the future of the Canada-United States relationship. I extend a sincere thank you to all our contributing authors for their insightful and exceptional scholarship.

the publication of this second issue of Volume 33 presented second-and third-year law students the chance to contribute to the editorial process of an extraordinary issue. this opportunity would not have been possible without the assistance of a number of individuals. Foremost, I would like to thank Dr. Henry T. King and Professors Richard Gordon and Chios Carmody. Their knowledge and skill have made both the Journal and the Institute a hallmark in the international legal field. I would also like to thank Dan Ujczo for his valuable...

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