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Cash Is King: How Market-Based Strategies Have Corrupted Classrooms And Criminal Courts In Post-Katrina New Orleans, Olympia Duhart, Hugh Mundy Jan 2016

Cash Is King: How Market-Based Strategies Have Corrupted Classrooms And Criminal Courts In Post-Katrina New Orleans, Olympia Duhart, Hugh Mundy

Faculty Scholarship

On many accounts, it is a tale of two cities. The headlines and marketing machines tout to the world that “The Big Easy is Back.” But beyond the celebrations and parades, the story for poor Katrina survivors is very different. While many residents and businesses are enjoying a resurgence a decade after Katrina stormed through, others in post-Katrina New Orleans have a different experience. More than ten years after Hurricane Katrina, the city still struggles with systemic failures. These problem areas include housing, health care, mental health treatment, employment, education, and the criminal justice system. All of these challenges are ...


Current And Future Issues In International Space Law, Professor Henry Hertzfeld Jan 2009

Current And Future Issues In International Space Law, Professor Henry Hertzfeld

ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law

Space law is a relatively new area of law and is based mainly on a set of United Nations (U.N.) Treaties negotiated during the 1960s and 1970s.


The Multiplication Of International Jurisdictions And The Integrity Of International Law, Luis Barrionuevo Arevalo Jan 2008

The Multiplication Of International Jurisdictions And The Integrity Of International Law, Luis Barrionuevo Arevalo

ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law

While the multiplication of international courts shows the vitality and versatility of international law, it can also create serious problems for its unity and coherence and ultimately lead to its fragmentation.


International Law Weekend Panel On Litigating The Holocaust In U.S. Courts, Monica Dugot Esq. Jan 2006

International Law Weekend Panel On Litigating The Holocaust In U.S. Courts, Monica Dugot Esq.

ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law

I joined Christie's a little over a year ago as Director of Restitution, coordinating Christie's restitution issues globally.


Application Of Consular Rights To Foreign Nationals: Standard For Reversal Of A Criminal Conviction, John Quigley Jan 2005

Application Of Consular Rights To Foreign Nationals: Standard For Reversal Of A Criminal Conviction, John Quigley

ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law

In nineteenth century criminal procedure in the United States, extradition treaties impacted the treatment of a person surrendered by a foreign state.


Litigating Humanrights Abuses In United States Courts: Recent Developments, Elizabeth F. Defeis Jan 2004

Litigating Humanrights Abuses In United States Courts: Recent Developments, Elizabeth F. Defeis

ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law

During the last quarter of a century, litigation in United States courts to address human rights abuses that occur beyond the shores of the United States has increased dramatically.


The International Criminal Court And The Future Of Legal Accountability, William W. Burke-White Jan 2003

The International Criminal Court And The Future Of Legal Accountability, William W. Burke-White

ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law

With unexpected speed, the International Criminal Court has become a reality.


Accountability And International Actors In Bosnia And Herzegovina, Kosovo And East Timor, Ralph Wilde Jan 2001

Accountability And International Actors In Bosnia And Herzegovina, Kosovo And East Timor, Ralph Wilde

ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law

Current international involvement in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo and East Timor has two elements.


The Civil Enforcement Of Human Rights Norms In Domestic Courts, Beth Van Schaack Jan 2000

The Civil Enforcement Of Human Rights Norms In Domestic Courts, Beth Van Schaack

ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law

This Article will attempt to make the case for the domestic civil action in defense of international human rights in the face of a potential threat to such litigation.


The Jurisdiction Of The International Criminal Court Over Nationals Of Non-Party States (Conference Remarks), Madeline Morris Jan 2000

The Jurisdiction Of The International Criminal Court Over Nationals Of Non-Party States (Conference Remarks), Madeline Morris

ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law

The Rome Treaty for an International Criminal Court (ICC) provides for the establishment of an international court with jurisdiction over genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity.


The Federal Courts In The 21st Century, Maurice Rosenberg Jan 1991

The Federal Courts In The 21st Century, Maurice Rosenberg

Nova Law Review

In forecasting the future, one should undoubtedly pick a target

date far enough ahead to assure that mortality will get here first.


Products Liability Statute Of Repose-A Florida Perspective, Linda D. Caldwell Jan 1987

Products Liability Statute Of Repose-A Florida Perspective, Linda D. Caldwell

Nova Law Review

On November 21, 1979, a seventeen-year-old boy, Dana Lamb, was a passenger in a 1967 Volkswagen.


Towards The Elimination Of Gender Bias In The Florida Courts, Sandy Karlan Jan 1987

Towards The Elimination Of Gender Bias In The Florida Courts, Sandy Karlan

Nova Law Review

Florida's judicial system is beginning to respond.


The District Courts Of Appeal-After The 1980 Jurisdictional Amendment: A New Obligation Towarddecisional Harmony, Victor Lance Jan 1981

The District Courts Of Appeal-After The 1980 Jurisdictional Amendment: A New Obligation Towarddecisional Harmony, Victor Lance

Nova Law Review

The purpose of this note is to explore the effect that a per curiam

affirmance by a Florida District Court of Appeal might have on decisional

harmony in the State of Florida.