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International Law Reporter

International Law Reporter

Edited by Professor Jacob Katz Cogan.

http://ilreports.blogspot.com/
  • Jan 28

    New Issue: Leiden Journal of International Law

    New Issue: Leiden Journal of International Law
    The latest issue of the Leiden Journal of International Law (Vol. 28, no. 1, March 2015) is out. Contents include:Editorial Dov Jacobs, Sitting on the Wall, Looking in: Some Reflections on the Critique of International Criminal…
  • Jan 28

    Calamita & Sattorova: The Regionalization of International Investment Treaty Arrangement

    Calamita & Sattorova: The Regionalization of International Investment Treaty Arrangement
    N. Jansen Calamita (BIICL) & Mavluda Sattorova (Univ. of Liverpool - Law) have published The Regionalization of International Investment Treaty Arrangements (British Institute of International and Comparative Law 2015). Here's the…
  • Jan 28

    Salomon: Of Austerity, Human Rights and International Institution

    Salomon: Of Austerity, Human Rights and International Institution
    Margot E. Salomon (London School of Economics - Law) has posted Of Austerity, Human Rights and International Institutions (European Law Journal, forthcoming). Here's the abstract:Austerity measures in many European countries have led to the…
Rank this Week: 54

Legally Speaking Ohio

Legally Speaking Ohio

Provides commentary and analysis on cases going in front of the Supreme Court of Ohio. By Marianna Bettman.

http://www.legallyspeakingohio.com
Rank this Week: 1051

Info/Law

Info/Law

Covers information, law, and the law of information. By Professors William McGeveran, Derek Bambauer and Tim Armstrong.

http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/infolaw
  • Nov 21

    The Antidote for “Anecdata”: A Little Science Can Separate Data Privacy Facts from Folklore

    The Antidote for “Anecdata”: A Little Science Can Separate Data Privacy Facts from Folklore
    Guest post by Daniel Barth-Jones For anyone who follows the increasingly critical topic of data privacy closely, it would have been impossible to miss the remarkable chain reaction that followed the New York TLC’s (Taxi and Limousine…
  • Oct 21

    Big Pharma: the New Hustler

    Big Pharma: the New Hustler
    That’s the provocative thesis of Jane’s post over at Balkinization for the conference Public Health in the Shadow of the First Amendment. Worth a read! And here’s her second post.
  • Oct 20

    The Cambridge University Press decision and Educational Fair Use

    The Cambridge University Press decision and Educational Fair Use
    The Eleventh Circuit released its 129-page opinion in Cambridge University Press v. Patton (which most of us probably still think of as the Becker case) last Friday. Although the appeals court reversed what I thought was a pretty solid…
Rank this Week: 1813

Human Rights at Home Blog

Human Rights at Home Blog

Edited by Martha F. Davis, Margaret Drew, Lauren Bartlett, Carrie Bettinger Lopez, Leigh Goodmark, Brian Howe, Deena Hurwitz, Risa Kaufman, Sital Kilantry, Mariah McGill, Fran Quigley, Katherine Schultz, David Singleton, Cindy Soohoo, Jonathan Todrews, Penny Venetis and Lesley Wexler.

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/human_rights/
  • Jan 28

    Is the FDA Ban on MSM Blood Donations Discriminatory?

    Is the FDA Ban on MSM Blood Donations Discriminatory?
    With fanfare, the Food and Drug Administration announced a new policy on blood donations from men who have sex with men. Much to the disappointment of activists seeking to terminate the ban entirely, the new policy replaced a lifetime ban...
  • Jan 27

    Where Would You Draw the (District) Line?

    Where Would You Draw the (District) Line?
    by JoAnn Kamuf Ward, Human Rights Institute, Columbia Law School The U.S. prides itself on free and fair elections. Indeed, the Constitution and federal law guarantee equality in voting: the “one person, one vote” standard was…
  • Jan 26

    More Reflections on Why The Poor Can't Trust Our Institution

    More Reflections on Why The Poor Can't Trust Our Institution
    by Brian Howe Why would you trust authority figures in municipalities where one of the primary functions of the police force appears to be extracting revenue from the poor in the form of onerous fines for petty offenses? As the...
Rank this Week: 4191