Volume 61, Fall 2008, Issue 1

 

CENTENNIAL ESSAYS


Essay: A Unique Experience at Rutgers School of Law
The Honorable Jaynee LaVecchia

On Idealistic Pragmatism: Experiencing Rutgers Law School-Newark
Claire Moore Dickerson

Diversity at the People's Electric Law School: Rutgers in the Mid-1970s
Ann Berger Lesk


IN REMEMBRANCE: ALLAN AXELROD


In Remembrance: Allan Axelrod
The Honorable Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Louis H. Pollak
Jim Paul
Peter Simmons
Howard A. Latin
Stephanie Panico


SYMPOSIUM 2008: THE UNITED NATIONS GENOCIDE CONVENTION: A 60TH ANNIVERSARY COMMEMORATION


Introductory Remarks
Alex Hinton and Saul Mendlovitz

Keynote Address
Juan E. Méndez

ON OUR WATCH: The Genocide Convention and the Deadly, Ongoing Case of Darfur and Sudan
Joyce Apsel

State Obligations Under the Genocide Convention in Light of the ICJ's Decision in the Case Concerning the Application of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide
Roger S. Clark

Metaphysics, Politics, Truth: Genocide Practices as a Way of Deploying the Modern Paradigm
Marcelo Raffin

What's Law Got to Do with It?: The Bosnia v. Serbia Decision's Impact on Reconciliation
Sheri P. Rosenberg

Genocide Law in a Time of Transition: Recent Developments in the Law of Genocide
William A. Schabas

 

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