“Social justice issues arise in the operations of multinational corporations around the world. In my course, “Human Rights in the Global Economy,” we study how human rights issues have come to the fore-front around the world, in courts and legislatures, in corporate board rooms, in the corridors of the United Nations and the international trade and financial institutions. Case studies include Apple’s operations overseas and in extractive industry mining activities such as those involving ‘blood’ diamonds. ” – James Thuo Gathii, Wing-Tat Lee Chair in International Law and Professor of Law
Read more about Professor Gathii here, and check out past issues of our Loyola Law Magazine here.