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Faculty Colloquia, Spring 2010 Series, Royce Barondes, Kimberle Crenshaw, Chris Elmendorf, Michael Kang, Oliver Moreteau, Deborah Pearlstein, Richard Peltz, Nirej Sekhon, Stephanie Stern, Lee-Ford Tritt, Michael Zimmer Oct 2013

Faculty Colloquia, Spring 2010 Series, Royce Barondes, Kimberle Crenshaw, Chris Elmendorf, Michael Kang, Oliver Moreteau, Deborah Pearlstein, Richard Peltz, Nirej Sekhon, Stephanie Stern, Lee-Ford Tritt, Michael Zimmer

Lee-ford Tritt

Spring 2010 Presenters January 25: Royce Barondes (University of Missouri School of Law), ABA Ratings of Federal District Court Judges and the Likelihood of a Shepard’s Warning Signal February 1: Stephanie Stern (Loyola University Chicago School of Law), The Inviolable Home: From Iconic Property to Relational Privacy in the Fourth Amendment February 8: Michael Kang (Emory University School of Law), Sore Loser Laws February 15: Oliver Moreteau (LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center), The Future of Civil Codes in Europe February 22: Deborah Pearlstein (Princeton University Woodrow Wilson School for Public and International Affairs), After Deference: Formal Approaches to ...


The Targeted Killing Judgment Of The Israeli Supreme Court And The Critique Of Legal Violence, Markus Gunneflo Dec 2011

The Targeted Killing Judgment Of The Israeli Supreme Court And The Critique Of Legal Violence, Markus Gunneflo

Markus Gunneflo

The targeted killing judgment of the Israeli Supreme Court has, since it was handed down in December 2006, received a significant amount of attention: praise as well as criticism. Offering neither praise nor criticism, the present article is instead an attempt at a ‘critique’ of the judgment drawing on the German-Jewish philosopher Walter Benjamin’s famous essay from 1921, ‘Critique of Violence’. The article focuses on a key aspect of Benjamin’s critique: the distinction between the two modalities of ‘legal violence’ – lawmaking or foundational violence and law-preserving or administrative violence. Analysing the fact that the Court exercises jurisdiction over ...


Winterthouhgts, Matilda Arvidsson Dec 2009

Winterthouhgts, Matilda Arvidsson

Matilda Arvidsson

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