Emory International Law Review
Volume 25, Issue 3 (2011)
The New ICC Rule on Consolidation: Progress or Change?
Lara M. Pair and Paul Frankenstein
A Call To Respond: The International Community's Obligation To Mitigate the Impact of Natural Disasters
Jenny R. Hernandez and Anne D. Johnson
Successes and Challenges of the Haiti Earthquake Response: The Experience of USAID
Paul E. Weisenfeld
Cheaper, Better, Longer-Lasting: A Rights-Based Approach to Disaster Response in Haiti
Brian Concannon Jr. and Beatrice Lindstrom
Women in the Aftermath of the 2010 Haitian Earthquake
Benedetta Faedi Duramy
Are Lawyers Unsung Disaster Heroes?: The Importance of Well-Prepared Domestic Legal and Regulatory Frameworks for Effective Disaster Response
Mainstreaming Children's Rights in Post-disaster Settings
Protecting the Human Rights of LGBT People in Uganda in the Wake of Uganda's "Anti Homosexuality Bill, 2009"
International Law, Religious Limitations, and Cultural Sensitivity: The Park51 Mosque at Ground Zero
Dueling Nationalities: Dual Citizenship, Dominant and Effective Nationality, and the Case of Anwar al-Aulaqi
Abraham U. Kannof
The Burqa Ban: An Unreasonable Limitation on Religious Freedom or a Justifiable Restriction?
The Deepwater Horizon Disaster: An Examination of the Spill's Impact on the Gap in International Regulation of Oil Pollution from Fixed Platforms
Try as They Might, Just Can't Get It Right: Shortcomings of the International Megan's Law of 2010
Soft Law and the Global Financial System