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 Communityís 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 Childrenís Rights in Post-disaster Settings

COMMENTS

Daniel Englander, Protecting the Human Rights of LGBT People in Uganda in the Wake of Ugandaís ďAnti Homosexuality Bill, 2009Ē

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 Spillís Impact on the Gap in International Regulation of Oil Pollution from Fixed Platforms

Danielle Viera, Try as They Might, Just Canít Get It Right: Shortcomings of the International Meganís Law of 2010

BOOK REVIEW

Jim Chen, Soft Law and the Global Financial System