ILJ

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AcronymDefinition
ILJInstitute for Law and Justice
ILJIndustrial Law Journal (Industrial Law Society)
ILJInternational Law Journal (various universities)
ILJIndigenous Law Journal
ILJIntrepid Liberal Journal (blog)
ILJInterdisciplinary Law Journal
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(42.) Islam Chiha, "Redefining Terrorism under the Mubarak Regime: Towards a New Definition of Terrorism in Egypt," Comparative and International Law Journal of Southern Africa, Vol.
For example, writing in Cornell International Law Journal he examined what acts of self-defense are permissible under Charter Article 51.
He edited and wrote as an associate on the Cornell International Law Journal and, between legal treatises, his dreams wandered into strange realms as he quested for life's higher meaning.
They should read Jenny Domino's recent essay in the Cambridge International Law Journal, titled 'Can the Philippines overcome the principle of complementarity?' Ms Domino, who is completing her master of laws at Harvard University, used to be an intern at the ICC.
Lynn Berat, "Defending the right to a healthy environment: toward a crime of geocide in international law", Boston university International Law Journal (1993) (pp.327-348)
Diamond earned her law degree from Cornell Law School, where she was Articles Editor of the Cornell International Law Journal. She earned her bachelor's degree, with honors, from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
Democracy' (1990) vol 20 California International Law Journal 207,
Morgan, "Not Gay Enough for the Government: Racial and Sexual Stereotypes in Sexual Orientation Asylum Cases, Law and Sexuality 15, (2006), 135-161; Maryellen Fullerton, "A Comparative Look at Refugee Status Based on Persecution Due to Membership in a Particular Social Group, Cornell International Law Journal 26, (1993), 534; "The reluctance of the international community to abandon the 1951 foundation reflects not only a sense that the Convention embodies indispensable and enduring values, but also a pragmatic awareness that hoped-for advances might instead dilute standards of protection." Joan Fitzpatrick, "Revitalizing the 1951 Refugee Convention," Harvard Human Rights Journal 9 (1996), 234.
Bartle and the commissioner of police for the metropolis and others, ex parte pinochet: universal jurisdiction and sovereign immunity for jus cogens violations, Fordham International Law Journal, Volume 23, Number 2 (1999)
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