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Siena Professors Comment: Professor Larson comments on Cambodian Recovery Attempts
"Ancient Statue Sits in Limbo as Rights Question Looms"
Cambridge: Ronald J. Scalise, Jr.
"Professor Scalise named appeals judge for Oil spill claims operation"
Rio: Second Annual Inter-American Sustainable Development Law Moot Court Competition
TLS, Payson Center Take Moot Court Competition One Step Further:
March 1-3, 2012 at FGV Direito Rio’s campus in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Siena Program offers Internships in Cambodia!
Inaugural partnership with the Kingdom of Cambodia's Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts (MOCFA) in Phnom Penh, to take interns.
Amsterdam: Sandra Babcock
Statements from Sandra Babcock, Attorney for Humberto Leal: Mexican Denied Consular Rights Faces Texas Execution Tonight Despite White House Opposition
Berlin: Lela Porter Love
"Leaving More than Money: Mediation Clauses in Estate Planning Documents"
Greece: Pelayia Yessiou-Faltsi
Recently published: "Civil Procedure in Greece"
Cambridge: Catherine Barnard
"A Constitutional Order of States? Essays in EU Law in Honour of Alan Dashwood"
Rio: Joel Wm. Friedman
"The Impact of the Obama Presidency on Civil Rights Enforcement in the United States"
Amsterdam: Bart Stapert
Speech at Keio University: "Is there a special Japanese road to abolition of the death penalty? What could it look like?"
Berlin: Edward Sherman
"The MDL Model for Resolving Complex Litigation if a Class Action is Not Possible"
Greece: Astrid Wallow
"Risk Allocation and Contractual Liability: Initial Performance Barriers in the Courts in the United States and in Germany"
Cambridge: Martin L.C. Feldman
Judge Martin L.C. Feldman Named to the FISA Court more...
Rio: Judge Roberto Fragale Filho
"Brazilian Legal Education: Curricular Reform that Goes Further Without Going Beyond"
Siena: Francesco Francioni and Federico Lenzerini
"Reflections on the Impact of Communism on Italian International Law Scholarship: 1945-1989"
Amsterdam: Oliver Houck
Oliver Houck: "Down on the Batture," Learn more about the murky history of the Mississippi River batture;
Cambridge: Dr. Okeoghene Odudu
"Indirect Information Exchange: The Constituent Elements of Hub and Spoke Collusion"
Rio: Colin Crawford
"Neoliberalism, the Free Market, and Their Critics (El Liberalismo Neoclásico, el Libre Mercado y Sus Críticos)"
Siena: Riccardo Pavoni
"Human Rights and the Immunities of Foreign States and International Organizations"
Cambridge: Stephen M. Griffin
"Constitutional Change in the United States"
Rio: Becky L. Jacobs
"Unbound by Theory and Naming: Survival Feminism and the Women of the South African Victoria Mxenge Housing and Development Association"
Amsterdam: James Silk
"International Criminal Justice and the Protection of Human Rights: The Rule of Law or the Hubris of Law?"
Rio: Rômulo S.R. Sampaio
"Water Law in the United States and Brazil - Climate Change & Two Approaches to Emerging Water Poverty"
Siena: Internship Director Tess Davis Talks About Illicit Cambodian Antiquities
"Cambodia negotiating return of ancient statue"
Siena: Cambodia Vs. Sotheby's
"The governments of Cambodia and the United States are locked in a legal battle with the auction house Sotheby's over a thousand-year-old statue"