Wednesday, August 11, 2010

New Issue: Jindal Global Law Review

The latest issue of the Jindal Global Law Review (Vol. 2, no. 1, September 2010) is out. Contents include:
  • Lawrence W. Sherman, Knowledge-Based Policing: India and the Global Revolution in Crime Prevention
  • Jean-Louis Halpérin, Western Legal Transplants and India
  • Agustín Parise, Legal Transplants and Codification: Exploring the North American Sources of the Civil Code of Argentina (1871)
  • Stephen Marks & Nicholas Cooper, The Responsibility to Protect: Watershed, or Old Wine in a New Bottle?
  • Subramanya Sirish Tamvada, TRIPS and Human Rights: The Case of India
  • Supriya Routh, Globalizing Labor Standards: The Developed-Developing Divide
  • Jeremy Sarkin, How to Better Infuse Gender into the Human Rights Council’s Universal Periodic Review Process?
  • Y.S.R. Murthy, Refining the Methodology of Rights-Based Monitoring: The Role of Human
    Rights Indicators
  • David B. Kopel, Paul Gallant, & Joanne D. Eisen, Justice for All: A Better Path to Global Firearms Control
  • A.T. Shehu, The True Foundation of Judicial Review: A View from Nigeria
  • Matthew Jordan Cochran, A Lockean Defense of the Political Question Doctrine’s Application in War Powers Cases