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Submissions from 2018

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Symposium Introduction, Ellen Yaroshefsky

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Living with No: Political Polarization and Transformative Dialogue, Erik Cleven, Robert A. Baruch Bush, and Judith A. Saul

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Merchant Authorized Consumer Cash Substitutes, Steven Stites and Norman I. Silber

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Making Habeas Work: A Legal History, Eric M. Freedman

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Mr. Trump's Contribution To Women's Human Rights, Barbara Stark

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Foreign Corruption of the Political Process Through Nonprofit Instrumentalities, Norman I. Silber

Submissions from 2017

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No One Is Immune from Implicit Bias, Gail A. Prudenti

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Religious Liberty and the Business Corporation, Ronald J. Colombo

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The Religious Liberty Jurisprudence of Justice Antonin Scalia, Ronald J. Colombo

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Federalism and Constitutional Criminal Law, Brenner M. Fissell

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America Just Quietly Backed Down Against China Again, Julian Ku

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We’ve Always Known Roy Moore Is Lawless: It’s why Alabama Republicans voted for him., Dahlia Lithwick and James Sample

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Scholarly Voices: Hate Speech After Charlottesville, Barbara Stark

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Elder Abuse Needs Definition and Awareness, Gail A. Prudenti

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International Law Pays No Homage to Catalonia’s Declaration of Independence, Julian Ku

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The South China Sea and China's "Four Sha" Claim: New Legal Theory, Same Bad Argument, Julian Ku and Chris Mirasola

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High-Tech Courtroom of the Future is at Hofstra Now, Gail A. Prudenti

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Tentative Observations on China’s Views on International Law and Cyber Warfare, Julian Ku

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How China’s Views on the Law of Jus ad Bellum Will Shape Its Legal Approach to Cyberwarfare, Julian Ku

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New Year Brings New Vision for Hofstra Law School, Gail A. Prudenti

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Assessing the South China Sea Arbitral Award After One Year: Why China Won and the U.S. Is Losing, Julian Ku

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Grammar Matters: Did China Really Declare that the Entire Sino-UK Joint Declaration is “Not At All Binding”? Maybe Not., Julian Ku

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Symposium: The cacophony of trademarks is not government speech, Irina D. Manta

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Why the U.S. Can’t Take Sides in South China Sea Sovereignty Disputes, Even Against China, Julian Ku

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Dear Secretary Tillerson (and the World Media): Qatar is NOT Under a “Blockade”, Julian Ku

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Emailing Does Not Pass the Kiobel Test: US Court Dismisses ATS Case Against Anti-Gay Pastor, Julian Ku

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Semantic Types for Decomposing Evidence Assessment in Decisions on Veterans’ Disability Claims for PTSD, Vern R. Walker, Nneka Okpara, Ashtyn Hemendinger, and Tauseff Ahmed

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The US Conducts the First South China Sea Freedom of Navigation Operation of the Trump Era, But It Was “Off the Record”, Julian Ku

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Taiwan’s Constitutional Court Rules in Favor of Same-Sex Marriage, and Cites U.S. Supreme Court (But Not For Law), Julian Ku

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Why Is the US More Likely to Sanction Chinese Companies for Supporting Iran than for Supporting North Korea?, Julian Ku

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American Law Institute Approves First Portions of Restatement on Foreign Relations Law, Julian Ku

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Naming Robert Mueller as Special Prosecutor Isn't Enough - because Trump can get rid of him, Eric M. Freedman and Erwin Chemerinsky

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Why banning laptops from airplane cabins doesn’t make sense, Irina D. Manta

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Judge Abdus-Salaam’s Life Should be Celebrated, Gail A. Prudenti

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Hofstra Law School Memorial Service for Professor Alan N. Resnick: November 17, 2016, Eric Lane

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Trump’s Syria strike clearly broke international law — and no one seems to care, Julian Ku

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As the U.S. Considers a North Korea Strike, Let’s Not Forget that China Has Promised to Defend North Korea from an Armed Attack, Julian Ku

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Five Guidelines for Answering Hard Questions at Oral Argument on Motions, Andrew Schepard

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Almost Everyone Agrees that the U.S. Strikes Against Syria are Illegal, Except for Most Governments, Julian Ku

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China’s Surprising Refusal to Criticize the Legality of the U.S. Attack on Syria, Julian Ku

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The Syria Attacks: Haven’t We Had These Debates Already?, Julian Ku

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The Unattractive Question is Back: SCOTUS (Again) Considers Corporate Liability Under the Alien Tort Statute, Julian Ku

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Editor's Corner, Miriam R. Albert

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Language Matters: How a Minor Mistranslation Can Affect US-China Relations, Julian Ku

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Tracking Compliance with the South China Sea Arbitral Award: China’s 2017 Summer Fishing Moratorium May Rekindle Conflict with the Philippines, Julian Ku

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Will International Law Matter to the Trump Administration?, Julian Ku

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Strangely Enough, President Trump Can Use His Executive Power Over Immigration to Advance Human Rights and Battle Corruption, Julian Ku

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One Less Thing to Worry About: Secretary of State Rex Tillerson Didn’t Actually Call for a Blockade of China’s South China Sea Islands, Julian Ku

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Why You Shouldn’t Panic Over President Trump’s Draft Executive Orders on Funding for International Organizations, Julian Ku

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President Trump Can Legally End the One China Policy and Station U.S. Troops in Taiwan, Julian Ku