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Human Rights As Part Of Customary International Law:A Plea For Change Of Paradigms, Anthony D'Amato
Faculty Working Papers
The question for us international lawyers is how, and how much of, public sentiment for human rights has been transformed into binding international law.
Re-Examining Customary International Law And The Federal Courts: An Introduction, Anthony J. Bellia
Legal scholars have debated intensely the role of customary international law in the American federal system. The debate involves serious questions surrounding the United States's constitutional structure, foreign relations, and human rights. Despite an impressive body of scholarship, the debate has stood at an impasse in recent years, without either side garnering a consensus. This symposium–Re-examining Customary International Law and the Federal Courts–aspires to help advance the debate over the status of customary international law in the federal courts.
The symposium received thoughtful and constructive contributions from Professors Curtis A. Bradley, Bradford R. Clark, Andrew Kent, Carlos M. Vizquez, and …