Volume 25



Volume 25, Issue 1 (2011)

INTRODUCTION

David J. Bederman, 25 Years of Student Scholarship and Editorship for the Emory International Law Review

SYMPOSIUM IN MINIATURE: RELIGIOUS SYMBOLS ON GOVERNMENT PROPERTY

John Witte, Jr. & Nina-Louisa Arold, Lift High the Cross?: Contrasting the New European and American Cases on Religious Symbols on Government Property

Adam Linkner, How Salazar v. Buono Synthesizes the Supreme Court’s Establishment Clause Precedent into a Single Test

Andrea Pin, Public Schools, the Italian Crucifix, and the European Court of Human Rights: The Italian Separation of Church and State

ARTICLES

Phoenix X.F. Cai, Making WTO Remedies Work for Developing Nations: The Need for Class Actions

Rex D. Glensy, The Use of International Law in U.S. Constitutional Adjudication

John D. Haskell, Hugo Grotius in the Contemporary Memory of International Law: Secularism, Liberalism, and the Politics of Restatement and Denial

Ilan Saban, Theorizing and Tracing the Legal Dimensions of a Control Framework: Law and the Arab-Palestinian Minority in Israel’s First Three Decades (1948–1978)

Dustin N. Sharp, Requiem for a Pipedream: Oil, The World Bank, and the Need for Human Rights Assessments

Huma T. Yasin, Playing Catch-up: Proposing the Creation of Status-Based Regulations to Bring Private Military Contractor Firms Within the Purview of International and Domestic Law

COMMENTS

Janelle L. Cornwall, It Was the First Strike of Bloggers Ever: An Examination of Article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights as Italian Bloggers Take a Stand Against the Alfano Decree

Christina Lembo, FIFA Transfer Regulations and UEFA Player Eligibility Rules: Major Changes in European Football and the Negative Effect on Minors

Joanna MacMillan, Reformasi and Public Corruption: Why Indonesia’s Anti-corruption Agency Strategy Should Be Reformed to Effectively Combat Public Corruption

Mindy Pava, The Cuban Conundrum: Proposing an International Trademark Registry for Well-Known Foreign Marks

Anand Sithian, “But the Americans Made Me Do It!”: How United States v. UBS Makes the Case for Executive Exhaustion

Christina Weston, The Enforcement Loophole: Judgment-Recognition Defenses as a Loophole to Corporate Accountability for Conduct Abroad

BOOK REVIEW

Laurie R. Blank, Principles of Counter-Terrorism Law

 

Volume 25, Issue 2 (2011)

SHARIA, FAMILY, AND DEMOCRACY: RELIGIOUS NORMS AND FAMILY LAW IN PLURALISTIC DEMOCRATIC STATES

John Witte, Jr., Foreword—Frontiers of Juridical Pluralism: Law, Religion, and the Family

RELIGIOUS AND LEGAL PLURALISM IN COMPARATIVE THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVE

Abdullahi Ahmed An-Na’im, Religious Norms and Family Law: Is It Legal or Normative Pluralism?

Ann Laquer Estin, Family Law, Pluralism, and Human Rights

Natan Lerner, Group Rights and Legal Pluralism

Rosalind I.J. Hackett, Regulating Religious Freedom in Africa

RELIGIOUS AND LEGAL PLURALISM IN NIGERIA

Abdulmumini A. Oba, Religious and Customary Laws in Nigeria

Eyene Okpanachi, Between Conflict and Compromise: Lessons on Sharia and Pluralism from Nigeria’s Kaduna and Kebbi States

Abdul-Fatah Kola Makinde & Philip Ostien, The Independent Sharia Panel of Lagos State

M. Christian Green, Religion, Family Law, and Recognition of Identity in Nigeria

RELIGIOUS AND LEGAL PLURALISM IN GLOBAL COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE

Joel A. Nichols, Religion, Marriage, and Pluralism

Pascale Fournier, Borders and Crossroads: Comparative Perspectives on Minorities and Conflict of Laws

Yüksel Sezgin, Women’s Rights in the Triangle of State, Law, and Religion: A Comparison of Egypt and India

T W Bennett, Legal Pluralism and the Family in South Africa: Lessons from Customary Law Reform

 

Volume 25, Issue 3 (2011)

RECENT DEVELOPMENT

Lara M. Pair & Paul Frankenstein, The New ICC Rule on Consolidation: Progress or Change?

SYMPOSIUM: AWORLDWIDE RESPONSE: AN EXAMINATION OF INTERNATIONAL LAW FRAMEWORKS IN THE AFTERMATH OF NATURAL DISASTERS

Jenny R. Hernandez & Anne D. Johnson, A Call To Respond: The International Community’s Obligation To Mitigate the Impact of Natural Disasters

Paul E. Weisenfeld, Successes and Challenges of the Haiti Earthquake Response: The Experience of USAID

Jim Chen, Modern Disaster Theory: Evaluating Disaster Law as a Portfolio of Legal Rules

Brian Concannon, Jr. & Beatrice Lindstrom, Cheaper, Better, Longer-Lasting: A Rights-Based Approach to Disaster Response in Haiti

Benedetta Faedi Duramy, Women in the Aftermath of the 2010 Haitian Earthquake

Elyse Mosquini, Are Lawyers Unsung Disaster Heroes?: The Importance of Well-Prepared Domestic Legal and Regulatory Frameworks for Effective Disaster Response

Jonathan Todres, Mainstreaming Children’s Rights in Post-disaster Settings

COMMENTS

Daniel Englander, Protecting the Human Rights of LGBT People in Uganda in the Wake of Uganda’s “Anti Homosexuality Bill, 2009”

Heather Greenfield, International Law, Religious Limitations, and Cultural Sensitivity: The Park51 Mosque at Ground Zero

Abraham U. Kannof, Dueling Nationalities: Dual Citizenship, Dominant and Effective Nationality, and the Case of Anwar al-Aulaqi

Shaira Nanwani, The Burqa Ban: An Unreasonable Limitation on Religious Freedom or a Justifiable Restriction?

Marissa Smith, The Deepwater Horizon Disaster: An Examination of the Spill’s Impact on the Gap in International Regulation of Oil Pollution from Fixed Platforms

Danielle Viera, Try as They Might, Just Can’t Get It Right: Shortcomings of the International Megan’s Law of 2010

BOOK REVIEW

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