ADVANCING THE CONSENSUS: 60 YEARS OF THE UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS
President Jimmy Carter, Opening Remarks
Shirin Ebadi, Keynote Address: Islam, Human Rights, and Iran
Natsu Taylor Saito, Human Rights, American Exceptionalism, and the Stories We Tell
L. Bennett Graham, Defamation of Religions: The End of Pluralism?
Johan D. van der Vyver, The Environment: State Sovereignty, Human Rights, and
Lama Abu-Odeh, On Law and the Transition to Market: The Case of Egypt
Okezie Chukwumerije, Rhetoric Versus Reality: The Link Between the Rule of Law and Economic Development
Carolyn Evans, Constitutional Narratives: Constitutional Adjudication on the Religion Clauses in Australia and Malaysia
Timothy P. Terrell, Professionalism on an International Scale: The Lex Mundi Project to Identify the Fundamental Shared Values of Law Practice
John Witte, Jr. & M.Christian Green, Religious Freedom, Democracy, and International Human Rights
Craig Nydick, The British Invasion (of Privacy): DNA Databases in the United Kingdom and United States in the Wake of the Marper Case
Eric Retter, You Can Check Out Any Time You Like, but We Might Not Let You Leave: Cuba’s Travel Policy in the Wake of Signing the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights
Nathaniel Smith, Piratical Jurisdiction: The Plundering of Due Process in the Case of Lei Shi
E. Rainbow Willard, How to Get Less Than You Bargain For: Adjudicating the Guatemala–Belize Territorial Dispute at the I.C.J.
Amanda N. Wilson , Jet-Setting Orphan Works: The Transnational Making Available of Works of Unknown Authorship, Anonymous Works, or Lost Authors