To celebrate our web launch, the Executive Board of Loyola Law School's International and Comparative Law Review included three summaries produced by the IACHR Project in their printed law journal. The summaries appear in Volume 36 Issue 1. These summaries represent the 2011-2012, 2012-2013, and 2013-2014 IACHR Project Teams, as well as the wide array of cases that come before the Inter-American Court. DaCosta Codogan v. Barbados, written by 2011-2012 Staffer and 2012-2013 Chief Articles Editor, Sarah Frost, discusses the mandatory death penalty in Barbados. Escue Zapata v. Colombia, authored by 2012-2013 Staffer and 2013-2014 Senior IACHR Editor, Jenna Eyrich, covers the arbitrary detention and extra-judicial execution of an indigenous leader in Colombia. 2013-2014 Staffer and 2014-2015 Editor Justine Schneeweis' Durand and Ugarte v. Peru describes a case in which two men were killed and disappeared during a prison riot in Peru. Amber Bissell, James Chang, Joanna Chen, Amy Choe, Elise Cossart-Daly, Jenna Eyrich, Brian Gabriel, Hayley Garscia, Heather Hassan, Leona Lam, Sean Lask, Anna McDonald, Griselda Perez, Monica Rodriguez, Alyssa Rutherford, Justine Schneeweis, Jennifer Toghian, and Chelsea Zwart provided extensive editing and pre-production support for Volume 36, Issue 1 summaries.
Summaries from Volume 36, Issue 1