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3 May 2011, 10:15 am
It is IntLawGrrls' great pleasure to welcome Shana Tabak (left) as our guest today. [read post]
8 Sep 2023, 10:04 am by Immigration Prof
The Immigration Article of the Day is Refugee Detention as Constructive Refoulement by Shana Tabak, forthcoming in the Yale Journal of International Law and available on SSRN. [read post]
24 Mar 2014, 4:37 am by Immigration Prof
LGBTI Migrants in Immigration Detention: A Global Perspective by Shana Tabak (American University - Washington College of Law) and Rachel Levitan (HIAS - Refugees and Migration) February 26, 2014 Harvard Journal of Law and Gender, Vol. 37, No. 1, 2014... [read post]
31 Jan 2017, 10:55 am
Wuerth, Customary International Law: An Instrument Choice Perspective Catherine Renshaw, Human Trafficking in Southeast Asia: Uncovering the Dynamics of State Commitment and Compliance Shana Tabak, Ambivalent Enforcement: International Humanitarian Law at Human Rights Tribunals [read post]
16 Sep 2023, 7:35 am by Jacob Katz Cogan
Tax Haven Gershon Hasin, Ocean Governance in the 21st Century: A "New Package-Deal" Shana Tabak, Refugee Detention as Constructive Refoulement       [read post]
I am happy to join the conversation on Shana Tabak’s “False dichotomies of Transitional Justice Gender, Conflict and Combatants in Colombia,” forthcoming in the next issue of the NYU Journal of International Law & Politics. [read post]
by NYU Journal of International Law and Politics [Shana Tabak is a Visiting Associate Professor of Clinical Law at The George Washington University Law School, where she is also a Friedman Fellow with the International Human Rights Clinic.] [read post]
4 Sep 2014, 9:16 am
Shana Tabak, American University Washington College of Law, has published Grace Kanode Llewellyn: Local Portia at the Tokyo War Crimes Tribunal in The George Washington University Law School International and Comparative Law Perspectives at p. 7 (2013). [read post]
Shana Tabak’s article challenges the analytical frameworks deployed by orthodox approaches to transitional justice, lays out an alternative framework that she situates in critical ‘gender oriented’ scholarship and then draws from this framework to enter the world of female combatants. [read post]
3 Apr 2014, 10:08 am by Karen J. Alter
Shana Tabak’s announcement of the Pioneers of Women in the Law reminds us of the need to make sure that women are written into both the history and scholarship of the international law. [read post]
15 Sep 2017, 8:14 am
Some of these women have broken glass ceilings in the field, while others have worked tirelessly to promote women and women’s voices in international law, and still others contribute substantively to advancing, researching, or advocating for women’s rights.Please submit letters of nomination for a Prominent Woman in International Law who meets some or all of the following criteria:Employs international law to advance women and women’s rights -- awardees need not be attorneys,… [read post]
by NYU Journal of International Law and Politics [Shana Tabak is a Visiting Associate Professor of Clinical Law at The George Washington University Law School, where she is also a Friedman Fellow with the International Human Rights Clinic. [read post]
9 Oct 2015, 5:25 am by Karen Hoffmann
 The panel is in conjunction with The State Bar of California’s Annual Meeting in Anaheim, CA, and features distinguished panelists Peter Schey (lead counsel for the Flores litigation regarding family detention in Dilley, TX), Brian Hoffman (lead attorney for the CARA Pro Bono Project in Dilley, TX) and IntLawGrrl Shana Tabak (Assistant Professor at Georgia State University with a focus on the intersection of family detention and international… [read post]
Also on December 9, we will post Shana Tabak’s article “False Dichotomies of Transitional Justice: Gender, Conflict and Combatants in Colombia.” Using feminist scholarship on transitional justice and the armed conflict in Colombia as a case study, Tabak identifies and criticizes three false dichotomies in transitional justice that disservice female combatants and women affected by armed conflict. [read post]
20 Jun 2016, 5:17 am by Osazenoriuwa Ebose
Best, Shana Tabak & Tracy Roosevelt WILIG Co-ChairsFiled under: IntLawGrrls, Look On! [read post]
11 Feb 2012, 5:24 am
Kudos to my colleagues Harlan Cohen and Timothy Meyer for hosting a great event, and to this year's JILSA co-chairs, IntLawGrrls contributors Saira Mohamed and Molly Land.Participants pictured above are, left to right:Front row: Anna Spain (Colorado; prior posts), Shana Tabak (Georgetown; prior posts), Margaret deGuzman (Temple; prior posts), Nienke Grossman (Baltimore; prior posts), yours truly, Diane Marie Amann, Alexandra Harrington (Albany; prior posts), Pam Saunders… [read post]
23 Sep 2016, 5:29 pm by Diane Marie Amann
In 3 consecutive closed sessions, about 2 dozen experts (including IntLawGrrl Shana Tabak, pictured at right) discussed: (1) theg: (1) the Common Article 1 obligation to “ensure respect” for the Geneva Conventions; (2) protection of the wounded, sick, and other specially protected persons; and (3) classification of armed conflict. [read post]
20 Sep 2016, 6:40 am by Diane Marie Amann
Reap (JD 1976) of the University of Georgia, who’s just been named to the State Department’s Cultural Property Advisory Committee; IntLawGrrl and Georgia State Law Professor Shana Tabak; and Creighton Law Professor Sean Watts. [read post]
16 Jun 2012, 2:00 am
Shana Tabak will join American University's International Human Rights Clinic as Practitioner-In-Residence in the fall of 2012. ? [read post]
30 Aug 2011, 12:00 pm by Laurie Lin
Congratulations to them, and to all this week’s contestants.Honorable Mention: Lauren Harden and Jarrad Aguirre (Santa Clara) Carmen Woo and Darren Wan (Stanford, Wachtell) Jennifer Wang and Austin Ozawa (2, Columbia, Cravath, Gibson, Latham) Kathleen Eagan, Matthew Murray (Harvard, Simpson Thacher) Brooke Cashman and Thomas Bollyky (Stanford, GW) Rachel Altfest and Michael Maimin (2, Columbia, Chicago)The Rest: Hannah Sholl, Ralph Wolf (2, Berkeley, Fordham, Paul Weiss) Adelya Mamedova,… [read post]