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Volume 49
Fall 2017–Spring 2018

Volume 49

Volume 49.1 – Fall 2017

The Local Turn in U.S. Human Rights: Introduction to the Special Symposium Issue
Risa E. Kaufman & JoAnn Kamuf Ward

Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan

Design Challenges for Human Rights Cities
Martha F. Davis

Local Governments and Human Rights: Some Critical Reflections
Michele Grigolo

Localizing Human Rights in the United States through the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda
Risa E. Kaufman

Challenging a Climate of Hate and Fostering Inclusion: The Role of U.S. State and Local Human Rights Commissions
JoAnn Kamuf Ward

America’s Dirty Secret: The Human Right to Sanitation in Alabama’s Black Belt
Inga T. Winkler & Catherine Coleman Flowers

The Honorable William Bell, Mayor of the City of Birmingham

Volume 49.2 – Winter 2018

Consenting to Dispossession: The Problematic Heritage and Complex Future of Consultation and Consent of Indigenous Peoples
Marina Brilman

Cultural Heritage Protection and Sacred Spaces: Considering Alternative Approaches from Within the Human Rights Framework
Leonard Hammer

From Internet Referral Units to International Agreements: Censorship of the Internet by the UK and EU
Brian Chang

Taking Stock: Exploring Alternative Compensation in Eminent Domain
Nathan Bu

Race-Based Political Exclusion and Social Subjugation: Racial Gerrymandering as a Badge of Slavery
Patricia Okonta

Divisional Judge-Shopping
Alex Botoman

Volume 49.3 – Spring 2018

Introducing a “New” Human Right: Learning From Others, Bringing Legal Capacity Home
Kristin Booth Glen

Modern Self-Defense: The Use of Force Against Non-Military Threats
José Luis Aragón Cardiel, Amanda Davis, & Lauranne Macherel

Extra-Territorial Use of Force, Civilian Casualties, and the Duty to Investigate
Ryan Santicola & Hila Wesa

Trauma, Depression, and Burnout in the Human Rights Field: Identifying Barriers and Pathways to Resilient Advocacy
Sarah Knuckey, Margaret Satterthwaite, & Adam Brown

Criminal HIV Transmission Statutes and Covert Online Investigations: A Due Process Analysis
Joseph Payne

The Police Are Innocent as Long as They Honestly Believe: The Human Rights Problems with English Self-Defense Law
Clemency Wang

The Muddled Milieu of Pregnancy Exceptions and Abortion Restrictions
Nikolas Youngsmith

Volume 48

Volume 48.1 – Fall 2016

Dead Silent: Heuristics, Silent Motives, and Asylum
Anjum Gupta

Competing for Refugees: A Market-Based Solution to a Humanitarian Crisis
Joseph Blocher & Mitu Gulati

Legal Pluralism and Women’s Rights after Conflict: The Role of CEDAW
Meghan Campbell & Geoffrey Swenson

Using the Organization of American States to End the Abuse of Restaveks
Sarah Breyer

Tales of the Boat People: Comparing Refugee Resettlement in the Vietnamese and Syrian Refugee Crises
Justin Huynh

Volume 48.2 – Spring 2017

The Right to Insult in International Law
Amal Clooney & Philippa Webb

Zooming out, then Zooming in: Using International Law to Advance Justice
Benjamin Hoffman

Escape Routes: The Possibility of Habeas Corpus Protection for Animals under Modern Social Contract Theory
Craig Ewasiuk

Of Coups and the Constitution
Glenn Harlan Reynolds

Sex, Drugs, and Advisory Committees: An Analysis of Pharmaceutical Industry Manipulation of FDA Vulnerability to Sociopolitical Influences on Matters of Women’s Health
Mara Sanders

A Force to be Reckoned With: Confronting the (Still) Unresolved Questions of Excessive Force Jurisprudence After Kingsley
Michael S. DiBattista

Volume 48.3 – Spring 2017

You Have the Right to Remain a Child: The Right to Juvenile Treatment for Youth in Conflict With the Law
Cynthia Soohoo

The State of the City and the Future of Human Rights: A Review of Global Urban Justice
Johanna Kalb

The Price of Equality: Fair Housing, Land Use, and Disparate Impact
Jonathan Zasloff

Voice and Exit as Accountability Mechanisms: Can Foot-voting Be Made Safe for the Chinese Communist Party?
Roderick M. Hills, Jr. & Shitong Qiao

Challenging Criminal Records in Hiring Under the Americans with Disabilities Act
Amanda Johnson

The Right to an Interpreter under Customary International Law
Julia Sherman

Volume 47

Volume 47.1 – Fall 2015

Against Parental Rights
Samantha Godwin

Disclosing Disclosure’s Defects: Addressing Corporate Irresponsibility for Human Rights Impacts
Marcia Narine

How the Age of Rights Became the New Gilded Age: From International Antidiscrimination Law to Global Inequality
Barbara Stark

Permit to Poison: The Failure of the Federalist Regulatory Regime to Address the Human Health Impacts of Mountaintop Removal Coal Mining
Mark Cherry

Technology and Individual Privacy Rights: The Fourth Amendment Implications of Exploiting Zero-Day Vulnerabilities for Domestic Investigations
Jason Lebowitz

When Choice is the Only Option: The New Orleans All-Charter School System and the Inequality it Breeds
Elizabeth A. Parvis

Volume 47.2 – Winter 2015

Unspoken Truths: Accessing Rights for Victims of Extraordinary Rendition
Kathleen Cavanaugh

Refugees in Our Midst: Applying International Human Rights Law to the Bullying of LGBTQ Youth in the United States
Marisa S. Cianciarulo

Poverty, Dignity, and Public Housing
Jaime Alison Lee

Within Constitutional Limitations: Challenging Criminal Background Checks by Public Housing Authorities under the Fair Housing Act
Kate Linden Morris

Compounded Drugs, Experimentation, and Baze: Time for a Better Solution
Dana E. Sherman

Why Parole Eligibility Isn’t Enough: What RoperGraham, and Miller Mean for Juvenile Offenders and Parole
Sarah Sloan

Volume 47.3 – Forever War Symposium Issue

Surveillance and Digital Privacy in the Transatlantic “War on Terror”: The Case for a Global Privacy Regime
Valsamis Mitsilegas

The Forever War, in the Hands of Others: Tracing the Real Power of U.S. Law and Policy in the War on Terror
Chris Rogers

The United States, the Torture Convention, and Lex Specialis: The Quest for a Coherent Approach to the CAT in Armed Conflict
Ashika Singh

The End of Armed Conflict, The End of Participation in Armed Conflict, and the End of Hostilities: Implications for Detention Operations under the 2001 AUMF
Nathalie Weizmann

The Colombian Prosecutorial Strategy for Cases of Superior Responsibility in Organized Armed Groups
Eduardo Montealegre Lynett

Volume 46

Volume 46.1 – Fall 2014

Hidden Files: Archival Sharing, Accountability, and the Right to Truth
John D. Ciorciari and Jesse M. Franzblau

Collective Feminism
Tara Urs

Beyond Kiobel: Providing Access to Judicial Remedies for Violating of International Human Rights Norms by Transnational Business in a New (Post-Kiobel) World
Gwynne L. Skinner

States and Status: A Study of Geographical Disparities for Immigrant Youth
Laila L. Hlass

Legally Present, But Not Yet Legal: The State Attorney General’s Role in Securing Public Benefits for Childhood Arrivals
John Goodwin

Compliance Conundrum: The Use of Punitive Damage Provisions in State Freedom of Information Statutes
Kate Ferguson

Volume 46.2 – Winter 2014

Ethical Transnational Corporate Activity at Home and Abroad: A Proposal for Reforming Continuous Disclosure Obligations in Australia and the United States
Sandeep Gopalan and Katrina Hogan

The Politics of LGBT Rights in Israel and Beyond: Nationality, Normativity, and Queer-Politics
Aeyal Gross

Is There a Legal Rights to Free Choice of Ethno-Racial Identity? Legal and Political Difficulties in Defining Minority Communities and Membership Boundaries
András L. Pap

Violence and Exclusion: Felon Disenfranchisement as a Badge of Slavery
Shadman Zaman

I, Spy (But Only on You): Raza v. City of New York, The Civil Rights Disaster of Religious & Ethnic-Based Surveillance, and the National Security Excuse
Nuzhat Chowdhury

Something to Write Home About: Extraterritorial Jurisdiction Using Rantsev v. Cyprus and Russia for Protection of Armenian Victims of Cross-Border Labor Trafficking
Nieri Avanessian

Volume 46.3 – Spring 2015

The Right Not to Hold a Political Opinion: Implications for Asylum in the United States and the United Kingdom
Stephen Meili

Imagining the Unimaginable: Torture and the Criminal Law
Francesca Laguardia

Tribal Laws & Same-Sex Marriage: Theory, Process, and Content
Ann E. Tweedy

Openness in International Adoption
Malinda L. Seymore

Suing the Surveillance States: The (Cyber) Tort Exception to the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act
Scott A. Gilmore

State Human Trafficking Laws: A New Tool to Fight Sexual Abuse of Farmworkers
Joseph S. Guzmán

Volume 45

Volume 45.1 – Fall 2013

A Person’s A Person: Children’s Rights in Children’s Literature
Jonathan Todres & Sarah Higinbotham

Decolonizing Singapore’s Sex Laws: Tracing Section 377A of Singapore’s Penal Code
George Baylon Radics

LGBT Identity in Immigration
Bijal Shah

Disabling Torture: The Obligation to Investigate Ill-treatment of Persons with Disabilities
Janos Fiala-Butora

Private and Voluntary: Are Social Certification Standards a Form of Backdoor Self-Regulation
Sarah Saadoun

Torture and Extradition: Using Trinidad Y Garcia to Develop a New Role for Courts
Caroline Stover

Volume 45.2 – Winter 2014

Pouring Old Poison into New Bottles: How Discretion and the Discriminatory Administration of Voter ID Laws Recreate Literacy Tests
Deuel Ross

State Constitutions and the Basic Structure Doctrine
Manoj Mate

Tribal Rights of Action
Seth Davis

Should Hate Speech Be Protected? Group Defamation, Party Bans, Holocaust Denial and the Divide between (France) Europe and the United States
Ioanna Tourkochoriti

Irreparability, I Presume? On Assuming Irreparable Harm for Constitutional Violations in Preliminary Injunctions
Beatrice Catherine Franklin

CIPA Creep: The Classified Information Procedures Act and Its Drift into Civil National Security Litigation
Ian MacDougall

Volume 45.3 – Spring 2014

Introduction to the Symposium on Bringing Economic & Social Rights Home: The Right to Adequate Housing in the United States
Martha F. Davis, Maria Foscarinis, and Risa E. Kaufman

Can I Get Some Remedy?: Criminalization of Homelessness and the Obligation to Provide an Effective Remedy
Eric S. Tars, Heather Maria Johnson, Tristia Bauman, and Maria Foscarinis

The Interdependence of Rights: Protecting the Human Right to Housing by Promoting the Right to Counsel
Risa E. Kaufman, Martha F. Davis, and Heidi M. Wegleitner

The Right to Housing in South Africa: An Evolving Jurisprudence
Lucy A. Williams

Transcript of April 26, 2013 Symposium Keynote Discussion between Evan Wolfson and Olatunde Johnson

Is Urban Policy Making Way for the Wealthy? How a Human Rights Approach Challenges the Purging of Poor Communities from U.S. Cities
Brittany Scott

The Cubbyhole Conundrum: First Amendment Doctrine in the Face of Deceptive Crisis Pregnancy Center Speech
Meagan Burrows

Legal Aid and International Obligation: Ensuring Access to Justice in the Liberian Context
Sherie Gertler

Volume 44

Volume 44.1 – Fall 2012

Dating the State: The Moral Hazards of Winning Gay Rights
Katherine Franke

How Terror Transformed Federal Prison: Communication Management Units
David M. Shapiro

Changing Paradigms: Mental Capacity, Legal Capacity Guardianship, and Beyond
Kristin Booth Glen

Rights for the Landless: Comparing Approaches to Historical Injustice in Brazil and South Africa
Taylor Reeves Dalton

The Scalpel and the Ax: Federal Review of Tribal Decisions in the Interest of Tribal Sovereignty
Amy Conners

Redacting the Constitution: Securing Bruton‘s Confrontation Protections for a Codefendant during Non-Evidentiary Counsel Commentary
Jason Portwood Hipp

Volume 44.2 – Winter 2013

Evolution Interpretation of Rights Provisions: A Comparison of the European Court of Human Rights and the U.S. Supreme Court
Kanstantsin Dzehtsiarou and Conor O’Mahony

Persons who are not the People: The Changing Rights of Immigrants in the United States
Geoffrey Heeren

Guaranteed Access to Safe and Legal Abortions: The True Revolution of Mexico City’s Legal Reforms regarding Abortion
Thea Johnson

Revisiting INS v. Lopez-Mendoza: Why the Fourth Amendment Exclusionary Rule Should Apply in Deportation Proceedings
Elizabeth A. Rossi

A Reasonable Detention? Rethinking the Material Witness Statute’s Probable Cause Standard after Al-Kidd
Hallie T. Damon

Making it Better Now: How Advocates Can and Should Use a Critical Period for LGBT Youth to Create Sustainable Change
Rebecca Orel

Volume 44.3 – Spring 2013

The Protected Innocence Initiative: Building Protective State Law Regimes for America’s Sex-Trafficked Children
Tessa L. Dysart

The Choice to Protect: Rethinking Responsibility for Humanitarian Intervention
Neomi Rao

The Invention of a Human Right: Conscientious Objection at the United Nations, 1947-2011
Jeremy K. Kessler

The Duality of State Responsibility
Alan Nissel

The Sweetest Visa on Earth: Protecting the Rights of J-1 Students in the U.S. Summer Work Travel Program
Sayoni Maitra

A Competent Competency Standard: Should it Require a Mental Disease or Defect?
Emily Stork

Volume 43

Volume 43.1 – Fall 2011

Fair Trade and Child Labor
Shima Baradaran and Stephanie Barclay

The Right to Dignity
Rex D. Glensy

Coordinating U.S. Law on Immigration and Human Trafficking: Lifting the Lamp to Victims
Britta S. Loftus

Tax Dollars Earmarked for Drugs? The Policy and Constitutionality of Drug Testing Welfare Recipients
Walker Newell

Legal Triage for Healthcare Reform: The Conflict between the ACA and EMTALA
Michelle Nicole Diamond

Restoring Privacy at the Border: Extending the Reasonable Suspicion Standard for Laptop Border Searches
Benjamin J. Rankin

Volume 43.2 – Winter 2012

May it Please the Crowd? The Role of Public Confidence, Public Order, and Public Opinion in Bail for International Criminal Defendants
Caroline Davidson

Respectable Queerness
Yuvraj Joshi

The Iron Curtain Redrawn between Prisoners and the Constitution
Derek Borchardt

Deciphering Motive: Establishing Sexual Orientation as the “One Central Reason” for Persecution in Asylum Claims
Ritu Ghai

Protecting Native American Communities by Preserving Sovereign Immunity and Determining the Place of Tribal Businesses in the Federal Bankruptcy Code
Alexander Hogan

A Perfect Storm: The U.S. Anti-Trafficking Regime’s Failure to Stop the Sex Trafficking of American Indian Women and Girls
Andrea L. Johnson

Volume 43.3 – Spring 2012

Los Tocayos Carlos
James S. Liebman, Shawn Crowley, Andrew Markquart, Lauren Rosenberg, Lauren Gallo White, and Daniel Zharkovsky

Volume 42

Volume 42.1 – Fall 2010

Tribute to Louis Henkin
Peter Rosenblum

Light Shining Darkly: Comparing Post-Conflict Constitutional Structures Concerning Speech and Association in Germany and Rwanda
Zachary Pall

Forced Marriage and Asylum: Perceiving the Invisible Harm
Kim Thuy Seelinger

The Paradox of Partnership: Amnesty International, Responsible Advocacy, and NGO Accountability
Diana Hortsch

Human Rights and the Model Rules of Professional Conduct: Intersection and Integration
Martha F. Davis

Protecting Rights by Rejecting Lawsuits: Using Immunity to Prevent Civil Litigation from Eroding Police Obligations under Brady v. Maryland
Andrew Case

Diplomatic Assurances against Torture and Ill-Treatment: European Court of Human Rights Jurisprudence
Alice Izumo

Volume 42.2 – Winter 2011

There and Back Again: The Strange Journey of Special Advocates and Comparative Law Methodology
David Jenkins

The Constitutional Right to Information
Roy Peled and Yoram Rabin

The Law: What’s Disability Studies Got to Do with It or An Introduction to Disability Legal Studies
Arlene S. Kanter

Using Cognitive Neuroscience to Predict Future Dangerousness
Adam Lamparello

The Potential Impact of CEDAW Ratification on U.S. Employment Discrimination Law: Lessons from Canada
Jessica Riggin

Volume 42.3 – Spring 2011

Unsettling Developments: Terrorism and the New Case for Enhancing Protection and Humanitarian Assistance for Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons, Including Victims of Natural Disasters
Michele R. Pistone and John J. Hoeffner

Beyond the Guantánamo Bind: Pragmatic Multilaterialism in Refugee Resettlement
Melissa J. Durkee

Privacy for Children
Benjamin Shmueli and Ayelet Blecher-Prigrat

When Cultures Collide: Foreign Direct Investment, Natural Resources, and Indigenous Heritage in International Investment Law
Valentina S. Vadi

Refugees and the Biometric Future: The Impact of Biometrics on Refugees and Asylum Seekers
Achraf Farraj

Testing Justice: Prospects for Constitutional Claims by Victims Whose Rape Kits Remain Untested
Milli Kanani Hansen

Volume 41

Volume 41.1 – Fall 2009

A Year in Review: Roma Victimization: From Now to Antiquity
Jack Greenberg

Growing Political Will from the Grassroots: How Social Movement Principles Can Reverse the Dismal Legacy of Rule of Law Interventions
Fran Quigley

Domestic Violence in Brazil: Examining Obstacles and Approaches to Promote Legislative Reform
Jodie G. Roure

Rethinking “Prevent Detention” from Comparative Perspective: Three Frameworks for Detaining Terrorist Suspects – Appendix
Stella Burch Elias

Not Guilty? Go to Jail. The Unconstitutionality of Acquitted-Conduct Sentencing
Mark Doerr

The Intersection of Equal and Environmental Protection: A New Direction for Environmental Alien Tort Claims after Sarei and Sosa
Sarah M. Morris

Volume 41.2 – Winter 2010

A Universal Enemy? “Foreign Fighters” and Legal Regimes of Exclusion and Exemption under the “Global War on Terror”
Darryl Li

A Right to Media?
Lorie M. Graham

U.S. Immigration Law and the Nuclear Conception of Family: Toward a Functional Definition of Family that Protects Children’s Fundamental Human Rights
Shani M. King

Deporting the Sick: Regulating International Patient Dumping by U.S. Hospitals
Vishal Agraharkar

Enforcing International Framework Agreements in U.S. Courts: A Conceptual Analysis
Sarah Coleman

Volume 41.3 – Spring 2010

Remembering the Other’s Others: Theorizing the Approach of International Law to Muslim Fundamentalism
Karima Bennoune

Establishing Clause-Trophobia: Building a Framework for Escaping the Confines of Domestic Chuch-State Jurisprudence
Jesse Merriam

Robbed of Reproductive Justice: The Necessity of a Global Initiative to Provide Redress to Roma Women Coercively Sterilized in Eastern Europe
Elizabeth K. Tomasovic

Blocking Exit, Stopping Voice: How Exclusive from Labor Law Protection Puts Domestic Workers at Risk in Saudi Arabia and around the World
Katherine Scully

Unnecessary Complications for Basic Obligations: Medellín v. Texas and Common Article 3
Meera Ranjnikant Shah

Volume 40

Volume 40.1 – Fall 2008

The Columbia Human Rights Law Review is proud to present Volume 40, including special issue 40.1 celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Human Rights Institute at Columbia Law School.

Foreword: Human Rights in the United States
Sarah Cleveland and Catherine Powell

Introduction: Close to Home: Social Justice Activism and Human Rights
Cynthia Soohoo

Human Rights at Home: Domestic Violence as a Human Rights Violation
Caroline Bettinger-Lopez

Bringing Human Rights Home to the World of Detention
Deborah Labelle

A Movement for Human Rights in the United States: Reasons for Hope
Larry Cox

Book Review: Human Rights in the United States: Reclaiming the History and Ensuring the Future
Risa E. Kaufman

Unrepeatable Harms: Female Genital Mutilation and Involuntary Sterilization in U.S. Asylum Law
Carrie Acus Love

Untying the Khulumani Knot: Corporate and Abetting Liability Under the Alien Tort Claims Act after Sosa
Teddy Nemeroff

Volume 40.2 – Winter 2009

Dressing Up Title VII’s Analysis of Workplace Appearance Policies
Mark R. Bandsuch, S.J.

Human Persons, Human Rights, and the Distributive Structures of Global Justice
Robert Hockett

Thick Instrumentalism and Comparative Constitutionalism: The Case of Gay Rights
Robert Leckey

Obligations and Opportunities to Protect Native American Sacred Sites Located on Public Lands
Michelle Kay Albert

Indonesia’s Use of Capital Punishment for Drug-Trafficking Crimes: Legal Obligations, Extralegal Factors, and the Bali Nine Case
Colman Lynch

Volume 40.3 – Spring 2009

A Life Worth Living: Enforcement of the Right to Health through the Right to Life in the Inter-American Court of Human Rights
Steven R. Keener & Javier Vasquez

Externalized Borders and the Invisible Refugee
Lori A. Nessel

Navigating North: How the Canadian Approach to Firm Resettlement Should Guide U.S. Implementation of the Refugee Conventions
Dana R. Green

Explaining the Sioux Military Commission of 1862
Maeve Herbert

Punishing Horrific Crime: Reconciling International Prosecution with National Sentencing
Jessica Leinwand

Volume 39

Volume 39.1 – Fall 2007

The Columbia Human Rights Law Review is proud to present a special issue in volume 39.1 focusing on racial fairness in criminal justice. Twenty years after the pivotal case McCleskey v. Kemp, this symposium focuses on what has changed and what problems persist in the criminal justice system.

Symposium on Pursuing Racial Fairness in Criminal Justice: Twenty Years After McCleskey v. Kemp

Introduction: New Frameworks for Racial Equality in the Criminal Law
Jeffrey Fagan, Mukul Bakhshi

Opening Remarks: Race and the Death Penalty before and after McCleskey
Anthony G. Amsterdam

Keynote Address: Maintaining Hope in the Struggle Against the Constitutional Tolerance of Racial Discrimination
Theodore M. Shaw

Commentary: Sounding the Echoes of Racial Injustice beyond the Death Chamber: Proposed Strategies for Moving Past McCleskey
Miriam S. Gohara

Litigating Civil Rights Cases to Reform Racially Biased Criminal Justice Practices
David Rudovsky

Race and Proportionality since McCleskey v. Kemp (1987): Difference Actors with Mixed Strategies of Denial and Avoidance
David C. Baldus, George Woodworth, Catherine M. Grosso

Litigating for Racial Fairness after McCleskey v. Kemp
Sheri Lynn Johnson

Racial Fairness in the Criminal Justice System: The Role of the Prosecutor
Angela J. Davis

Legislating Racial Fairness in Criminal Justice
Olatunde C.A. Johnson

Constructing a Criminal Justice System Free of Racial Bias: An Abolitionist Framework
Dorothy E. Roberts

Volume 39.2 – Spring 2008

A Global Approach to Secret Evidence: How Human Rights Law Can Reform Our Immigration System
Jaya Ramji-Nogales

Judging as Nudging: New Governance Approaches for the Enforcement of Constitutional Social and Economic Rights
Alana Klein

Race, Space, and the Nation-State: Racial Recognition and the Prospects for Substantive Equality under Anti-Discrimination Law in France and Germany
Eddie Bruce-Jones

Revitalizing Universal Jurisdiction: Lessons from Hybrid Tribunals Applied to the Case of Hissène Habré
Tanaz Moghadam

Crying Wolf in the Digital Age: Voluntary Disclosure under the Stored Communications Act
Seth Rosenbloom

Volume 39.3 – Summer 2008

Representing Childen Representing What?: Critical Reflections on Lawyering for Children
Annette Ruth Appell

Sharing the American Dream: Towards Formalizing the Status of Long-term Resident Undocumented Children in the United States
Ragini Shah

The Intersection of Politics and International Law: The United Nations Working Group on Arbitrary Detention in Theory and Practice
Jared M. Genser, Margaret K. Winterkorn-Meikle

Securitizing Microcredit: The Implications of Securitization for Microcredit Institutions’ Human Rights Missions
Zern-shun Adam Chen

A Criminal Education: Arguing for Adequacy in Adult Correctional Facilities
Christine D. Ely

Volume 38

The Columbia Human Rights Law Review is proud to dedicate its 40th anniversary issue to Columbia University Professor Emeritus Louis Henkin, whose impact on the development of international law and human rights law cannot be overstated. Mapping the course of Professor Henkin’s life and career reveals countless scholarly achievements and sheds light on the moral compass of a man who has helped to make the modern world a more humane place. In honoring Professor Henkin’s contributions to the human rights field, issue 38.3 offers a collection of tributes and commentaries that focus on the current status and future fate of human rights in the twenty-first century.

Volume 38.1 – Fall 2006

From Vermont to Mississippi: Race and Cash Welfare
Lee A. Harris

A Case for the Prosecution of Kim Jong Il for Crimes Against Humanity, Genocide, and War Crimes
Grace M. Kang, Esq.

Social Psychology, Legitimacy, and the Ethnical Foundations ofJudgment: Importing the Procedural Justice Model to Federal Sentencing Jurisprudence
Adam Lamparello

The Gender Lines are Marked with Razor Wire: Addressing State Prison Policies and Practices for the Management of Transgender Prisoners
Sydney Tarzwell

“The Morning After”: How Far Can States Go to Restrict Access to Emergency Contraception?
Samantha Harper

Volume 38.2 – Winter 2007

Destructive Ambiguity: Enemy Nationals and the Legal Enabling of Ethnic Conflict in the Middle East
Michael Kagan

Adjudicating Non-Justiciable Rights: Socio-Economic Rights and the South African Constitutional Court
Eric C. Christiansen

The Office of the State Attorney General and the Protection of Immigrant Communities: Exploring an Expanded Role
Addison Thompson

Turning a Weapon Into a Shield: Using the Law to Protection People Living with HIV/AIDS in China from Discrimination
Orianne Yin Dutka

Volume 38.3 – Spring 2007

Foreword: Human Rights and the “War on Terror”

Tribute to Louis Henkin
Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Letter from Lee C. Bollinger

Louis Henkin and the Education of the Federal Judiciary
Judge Rosemary Barkett

Lou Henkin, Transitional Justice, and the Prevention of Genocide
Juan Méndez

The Future of Lou Henkin’s Human Rights Movement
Harold Hongju Koh

The Legacy of Louis Henkin: Human Rights in the “Age of Terror”
An Interview with Sarah H. Cleveland

The Law of War and Its Pathologies
George P. Fletcher

The Constitution and Executive Competence in the Post-Cold War World
Deborah Pearlstein

Knocking on the Torturer’s Door: Confronting International Complicity in the U.S. Rendition Program
Naureen Shah

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