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Transforming (perceived) Rigidity in Environmental Law Through Adaptive Governance
(Ecology and Society, 2017)
The Endangered Species Act (ESA) is often portrayed as a major source of instability and crisis in river basins of the U. S. West, where the needs of listed fish species frequently clash with agriculture dependent on federal ...
Intersectional Complications of Healthism
(Marquette Benefits & Social Welfare Review, 2017)
For Americans in the labor market with health conditions that fall outside the scope of the ADA, the rehabilitation Act, and GINA, antihealthism legislation, like the kind proposed by Roberts and Leonard, 9would unquestionably ...
Contorting Common Article 3
(Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law, 2017)
This short Essay describes the circularity of support between the ICRC and the Pre-Trial Chambers of the ICC. Its successive sections describe the problematic potential of extending the substantive coverage of Common Article ...
Justice Scalia and Class Actions: A Loving Critique
(Notre Dame Law Review, 2017)
Locking Up Our Own
(The Journal of Things We Like, 2017)
Locking Up Our Own: Crime and Punishment in Black America is a look at the recent history of African-American attitudes toward crime. In many ways the book is a codicil to Michelle Alexander’s well-known work, The New Jim ...
State Criminal Appeals Revealed
(Vanderbilt Law Review, 2017)
Every state provides appellate review of criminal judgments, yet little research examines which factors correlate with favorable outcomes for defendants who seek appellate relief. To address this scholarly gap, this paper ...
International Law in the Post-Human Rights Era
(Texas Law Review, 2017)
International law is in a period of transition. After World War II, but especially since the 1980s, human rights expanded to almost every corner of international law. In doing so, they changed core features of international ...