Faculty scholars enjoy productive year
The School of Law’s junior faculty members have been highly productive, having scholarship published in major journals.
Assistant Professor Tom Antkowiak
“El derecho de los pueblos indígenas a la consulta: marco legal internacional” (“The Right of Indigenous Communities to Be Consulted: International Legal Framework”), AportesDPLF, the publication of the Due Process of Law Foundation (2010).
“Un modelo innovador en materia de reparaciones: El esquema de la Corte Interamericana de Derechos Humanos” (“An Innovative Reparations Model: The Scheme of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights”), Edition 233 of El Derecho, the legal journal of the Catholic University of Argentina (2009).
“An Emerging Mandate for International Tribunals: Victim-Centered Remedies and Restorative Justice” (forthcoming article)
“The American Convention of Human Rights: A Commentary,” Oxford University Press, forthcoming, (with Ludovic Hennebel).
Assistant Professor Won Kidane
“Managing Displacement by Law: The Role of the African IDPs Convention” Vanderbilt Translational Law Journal, forthcoming Winter 2011.
“Immigration Law as Contract Law: Romero’s Everyday Law for Immigrations,” book review, Seattle University Law Review, forthcoming Spring 2011.
Review of “International Law and Dispute Settlement” by French, Saul & White, Law and Politics Review, Fall 2010.
Jane K. Stoever
“Stories Absent from the Courtroom: Responding to Domestic Violence in the Context of HIV and AIDS,” North Carolina Law Review.
“Freedom from Violence: Using the Stages of Change Model to Realize the Promise of Civil Protection Orders,” Ohio State Law Journal, forthcoming 2011.