The latest edition of our Dean Rusk International Law Center Research Paper Series is now available at the Legal Scholarship Network of SSRN, the Social Science Research Network.
The series is a joint project of two University of Georgia School of Law units: our Center, plus our law school’s Alexander Campbell King Law Library. Series Editor-in-Chief is Thomas Striepe, the library’s Associate Director for Research Services.
To be found in this edition, Vol. 4 No. 2 of the series:
► Abstracts of two articles by Georgia Law Professor Jason A. Cade, an expert on immigration law:
- The first, “Sanctuaries As Equitable Delegation in an Era of Mass Immigration Enforcement,” appears in the Northwestern University Law Review.
- The second, “Judicial Review of Disproportionate (or Retaliatory) Deportation,” is in Washington & Lee University Law Review.
► The other two abstracts arise out of the March 2017 conference held here at Georgia Law to commemorate the 1st decade of IntLawGrrls, a still-thriving blog that Georgia Law Professor Diane Marie Amann, our Center’s Faculty Co-Director, founded in March 2007:
- There’s an abstract of Amann’s comments opening that conference, entitled “Writing Truth to Power: Remarks in Celebration of IntLawGrrls’ Tenth Birthday” and published in the Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law.
- There’s also an abstract of “Sexism and Gender Stereotyping in International Guest Worker Programs: An Analysis of Two 2016 Petitions Filed Under the North American Agreement on Labor Cooperation,” an article that Tequila J. Brooks, a Tilburg Law external Ph.D. researcher, presented at the IntLawGrrls conference and recently published in the Employee Rights and Employment Policy Journal.
These and all papers in our Dean Rusk International Law Center Research Series may be found here.