Vol. 43 Nbr. 3, January 2011
- The myth of divided loyalties: defending detainees and the Constitution in the Guantanamo Military Commissions.
- Mission creep in military lawyering.
- Anti-war & anti-Gitmo: military expression and the dilemma of licensed professionals in uniform.
- Organizational management of conflicting professional identities.
- Divided loyalties of health professionals.
- American vertigo: 'dual use,' prison physicians, research, and Guantanamo.
- Divided loyalties: ethical challenges for America's law enforcement in post 9/11 America.
- 'New rules for new wars' international law and just war doctrine for irregular war.
- A new twist on an old story: lawfare and the mixing of proportionalities.
- A memory of justice: the unexpected place of Lviv in international law - a personal history.
- Equal accessibility for sign language under the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
- Justice for all: protecting the translation rights of defendants in international war crime tribunals.
- Tipping the scale: is the Special Tribunal for Lebanon international enough to override state official immunity?
- Stem cell tourism: the challenge and promise of international regulation of embryonic stem cell-based therapies.