Monday, October 29, 2007

Noyes, Dickinson, & Janis: International Law Stories

John E. Noyes (California Western School of Law), Laura A. Dickinson (Univ. of Connecticut - Law), & Mark W. Janis (Univ. of Connecticut - Law) have published International Law Stories (Foundation Press 2007). Contents include:
  • Theodor Meron & Jean Galbraith, Nuremberg and Its Legacy
  • Harold Hongju Koh, Filártiga v. Peña-Irala: Judicial Internalization into Domestic Law of the Customary International Law Norm Against Torture
  • Claudio Grossman, The Velásquez Rodríguez Case: The Development of the Inter-American Human Rights System
  • David Seymour & Jennifer Tooze, The Soering Case: The Long Reach of the European Convention on Human Rights
  • Carlos M. Vázquez, Foster v. Neilson and United States v. Percheman: Judicial Enforcement of Treaties
  • William S. Dodge, The Paquette Habana: Customary International Law as Part of Our Law
  • Mark W. Janis, Missouri v. Holland: Birds, Wars, and Rights
  • Oona A. Hathaway, Hamdan v. Rumsfeld: Domestic Enforcement of International Law
  • John E. Noyes, The Caroline: International Law Limits on Resort to Force
  • David J. Bederman, The Reparation for Injuries Case: The Law of Nations is Transformed into International Law
  • Mary Ellen O'Connell, The Nicaragua Case: Preserving World Peace and the World Court
  • Bruno Simma & Carsten Hoppe, The LaGrand Case: A Story of Many Miscommunications
  • Laura A. Dickinson, Abu Ghraib: The Battle Over Institutional Culture and Respect for International Law within the United States