Prof. Franck on ICSID Awards

Professor Susan D. Franck, Associate Professor of Law, recently published her article, The ICSID Effect? Considering Potential Variations in Arbitration Awards, 51 Va. J. Int'l L. 977 (2011), in the Virginia Journal of International Law. Professor Franck's article quantitatively assesses whether International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes's (ICSID) arbitration awards were substantially different from arbitration awards … Continue reading Prof. Franck on ICSID Awards

Prof. Moliterno on International Judicial Ethics

Professor James E. Moliterno, the Vincent Bradford Professor of Law at Washington and Lee, recently published his article, Some Lessons from the International Judicial Front, 42 McGeorge L. Rev. 213 (2010) in the McGeorge Law Review, as part of the school's symposium, "Judicial Ethics and Accountability: At Home and Abroad." In the article, Professor Moliterno discusses … Continue reading Prof. Moliterno on International Judicial Ethics

Prof. Peppers on Hugo Black

Professor Todd C. Peppers, Lecturer in Law, recently published his article, Justice Hugo Black and His Law Clerks: Match-Making and Match Point, 36 J. Sup. Ct. Hist. 48 (2011), in the Journal of Supreme Court History. During his study of Supreme Court law clerks over the past decade, Prof. Peppers has found that the most … Continue reading Prof. Peppers on Hugo Black

Prof. Drumbl on Twilight of Impunity

Professor Mark A. Drumbl, the Class of 1975 Alumni Professor of Law and Director of the Transnational Law Institute, recently had his review of Judith Armatta's book, Twilight of Impunity: The War Crimes Trial of Slobodan Milosevic published in the Law & Politics Book Review, 21 Law & Pol. Book Rev. 177 (2011). The book, Twilight of … Continue reading Prof. Drumbl on Twilight of Impunity

Prof. Fairfield on Research in Virtual Worlds

Professor Joshua A. T. Fairfield, the Director of the Frances Lewis Law Center, recently presented his article, Avatar Experimentation: Human Subjects Research in Virtual Worlds, 1 U.C. Irv. L. Rev. ___ (2011), in the "Governing the Magic Circle: Regulation of Virtual Worlds" symposium at the School of Law at University of California Irvine. The article will also be published … Continue reading Prof. Fairfield on Research in Virtual Worlds

Prof. Sundby on Zealous Representation

Professor Scott E. Sundby, the Sydney and Frances Lewis Professor of Law, recently published his article, The Conundrum of Zealous Representation, 8 Ohio St. J. of Crim. L. ___ (2011), in a forthcoming edition of the Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law. Professor Sundby's article uses Sharon Davies's book, Rising Road: A True Tale of Love, Race, and Religion in … Continue reading Prof. Sundby on Zealous Representation

Prof. Bond on African Marriage Law

Professor Johanna E. Bond, Associate Professor of Law, recently published her article, Culture, Dissent, and the State: The Example of Commonwealth African Marriage Law, 14 Yale Hum. Rts. & Dev. L.J. 101 (2011), in the Yale Human Rights and Development Law Journal. The article is the first to explore the transnational applicability of recent theoretical critiques … Continue reading Prof. Bond on African Marriage Law