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Maureen Watkins

Maureen Watkins
Maureen Watkins gave a presentation at the NAFSA 2012 Annual Conference on Globalizing the Law School Curriculum. NAFSA: Association of International Educators, is an association of individuals worldwide advancing international education and exchange and global workforce development.

Jarrod Wong

Jarrod Wong
Presented his paper “Moral Damages in Investor-State Arbitration” at the Annual Fordham Law School Conference on International Arbitration and Mediation, which is being held at King’s College, London this year. The paper considers the doctrinal and practical difficulties relating to the awarding of moral damages in investment arbitration, and concludes that many of these difficulties arise as a result of the failure both to articulate precisely the heads of moral damages, and to treat them as strictly compensatory rather than punitive in nature.

Raquel Aldana

Raquel Aldana
The International Rights of Migrants, in Handbook of Human Rights, at Pt. 5, Ch. 45 (Thomas Cushman ed., Routledge 2011).
This book provides a solid foundation for readers who want to learn about Human Rights, and also promotes new thinking and frameworks for the study of human rights in the 21st century. It contains more than sixty individual contributions from key figures around the world.

Linda Carter

Linda E. Carter
Global Issues In Criminal Procedure (with Christopher Blakesley & Peter Henning, West Group 2011).
This installment of the Global Issues;series provides an overview of constitutional issues that arise when searches, seizures, and interrogations occur outside the United States.

Frank Gevurtz

Franklin A. Gevurtz
The Globalization of Corporate Law: The End of History or a Never-ending Story? Wash. L. Rev. (forthcoming 2011).
Considerable scholarship during the last few decades addresses the question of whether corporate laws are becoming global by converging on commonly accepted approaches. This Article responds to assertions that such convergence marks the "End of History" for corporate law.

 

Making a difference

Jarrod Wong

Jarrod Wong
Jarrod Wong will co-chair the Institute for Transnational Arbitration (ITA) 2013 Winter Forum Conference, to be held in January in Miami, Florida.
Established in 1986, the ITA is a significant educational forum in the field of international arbitration. The Winter Forum consists of two core elements: (I) presentation of scholarly works-in-progress, selected through a call-for-papers, that will discussed by a designated commentator and debated amongst the attendees; and (II) a Tylney-Hall style discussion to explore ideas and key questions related to international arbitration.

Linda Carter

Linda E. Carter
Linda's article, "The International Criminal Court in 2021," appears in a symposium edition of Southwestern Journal of International Law, 18 Sw. J. Int'l L. 199 (2011)

Omar Dajani

Omar Dajani
Omar Dajani has accepted an offer from the Michigan Journal of International Law to publish his article, "Contractualism in the Law of Treaties," in the fall.
Omar spoke on "Palestine and the Arab Spring" at a workshop, "Law, Revolution and Reform in the Arab World" sponsored by Cornell Law School on April 20 in New York City.

Julie Davies

Julie Davies
The Role and Future of Customary Tort Law in Ghana: A Cross-Cultural Perspective, 26 Ariz. J. Int’l & Comp. L. 303 (2009) (with Dominic Dagbanja) is required reading at the Fletcher School, Tufts University.

Stephen McCaffrey

Stephen McCaffrey
A Human Right to Water: Domestic and International Implications, 5 Geo Int'l Envtl. L. Rev 1 (1992) was cited by the Supreme Court of Israel in a decision issued by that nation's high court.

 

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