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2 Oct 2016, 12:49 pm by Howard Friedman
Varuhas, Damages and Human Rights: Introduction, (Chapter 1 of JNE Varuhas, Damages and Human Rights (Hart Publishing, 2016)).Jeremy Waldron, What a Dissenting Opinion Should Have Said in Obergefell v. [read post]
12 Apr 2016, 8:00 am by JB
On Friday, April 15th, the Yale Information Society Project will hold a conference at Yale Law School entitled, What Obergefell v. [read post]
9 Dec 2015, 7:26 am by Daily Record Staff
Waldron, was convicted after a bench trial in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City of three counts of using a handgun in a crime of violence (Md. [read post]
26 Jul 2015, 4:05 pm by INFORRM
United States A Haiti orphanage founder and a U.S. charity have been awarded more than $14 million combined in damages, after a Maine activist who publicised sexual abuse allegations against them was found guilty of defamation. [read post]
21 Feb 2014, 4:00 am by Alice Woolley
They may also read the classic ethics case, Spaulding v. [read post]
19 Feb 2014, 3:57 pm
Alas, Waldron’s position is as remote from American reality as Mars. [read post]
26 Jun 2013, 2:32 pm by Swaraj Paul Barooah
Contrary to what Waldron seems to indicate, the Court had in fact stated that increased bioavailability "can" be linked to therapeutic efficacy. [read post]
26 Nov 2012, 1:30 am by 1 Crown Office Row
He clearly and explicitly stated that outright withdrawal from the Convention was one of the options he was considering – the first time I have heard a sitting Lord Chancellor float this possibility. [read post]
  For example, in human rights law, a violation will occur where there has been a failure of state protection.[6] Thus, it makes no sense to speak of a human rights violation and a failure of state protection.[7] And even if a human rights violation is taken to be demonstrative of a failure of state protection (which is true in human rights discourse), the Refugee Convention speaks of a state’s inability or unwillingness to protect an applicant. [read post]
6 Mar 2012, 3:22 am
Three Possible Models Jeremy Waldron, Justifying Targeted Killing With a Neutral Principle? [read post]
15 Nov 2011, 8:10 am by Samantha Besson
As such, the personalization of states qua individuals and analogies with medieval Icelandic individual outcasting or classical canonical individual outcasting do not help grasp the complexity of states as normative agents of their constituencies and the enforcement of international law on them, but also by them qua officials of international law, as this was wonderfully captured by Jeremy Waldron. [read post]