Thursday, November 1, 2007
HUMAN RIGHTS LAW
Byron, Christine. A blurring of boundaries: the application of international humanitarian law by human rights bodies. 47 Va. J. Int'l L. 839-896 (2007).
O'Rawe, Mary. Human rights, transitional societies and police training: legitimating strategies and delegitimating legacies. 22 St. John's J. Legal Comment. 199-259 (2007).
Bloomekatz, Rachel. Comment. Rethinking immigration status discrimination and exploitation in the low-wage workplace. 54 UCLA L. Rev. 1963-2010 (2007).
King, David H. Note. Expanding the residency rights of non-nationals in the European community. (Case C-200/02, Zhu and Chen v. Sec'y of State for the Home Dep't, 2005 E.C.R. I-9923.) 29 Loy. L.A. Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 291-307 (2007).
Rubenstein, David S. Putting the immigration rule of lenity in its proper place: a tool of last resort after Chevron. 59 Admin. L. Rev. 479-519 (2007).
Symposium. Holes in the Fence: Immigration Reform and Border Security in the United States. Foreword by Michael L. Culotta and Aimee J. Frederickson; keynote address by Asa Hutchinson; articles by Elizabeth Cronin, Susan Benesch and Kristen M. Jarvis Johnson; panel remarks by Sara Ibrahim, Lee Bargerhuff, Mark Krikorian and Rachel Canty; closing remarks by Jeffrey S. Lubbers. 59 Admin. L. Rev. 521-628 (2007).