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Empiricism and theory in conflicts law
Patrick J. Borchers, Commentary, Empiricism and Theory in Conflicts Law, 75 Ind. L.J. 509 (2000).
Overview of corporate compliance and ethics programs
Paul E. McGreal, An Overview of Corporate Compliance and Ethics Programs, in Advanced Compliance and Ethics Workshop 117 (Practising Law Inst. ed., 2017).
Horseshoes and hand grenades: Protecting compliance officers from the at-will employment doctrine
Paul E. McGreal, Horseshoes and Hand Grenades: Protecting Compliance Officers from the At-Will Employment Doctrine, 48 U. Tol. L. Rev. 485 (2017).
History and theory of administrative law
Patrick Borchers, History and Theory of Administrative Law, in Administrative Law Seminar (Neb. Continuing Legal Educ. ed., 2016).
Defining misprescribing to inform prescription opioid policy
Kelly K. Dineen, Defining Misprescribing to Inform Prescription Opioid Policy, Hastings Cent. Rep., Jul./Aug. 2018, at 5.
Prescription opioid policies too often reflect over a century's worth of moralizing about the nature of opioid use disorder, the value of pain, and the meaning of suffering. The social and legal penalties to prescribers ...
Inching toward EU supranationalism? Qualified majority voting and unanimity under the Treaty of Lisbon
Stephen C. Sieberson, Inching Toward EU Supranationalism? Qualified Majority Voting and Unanimity Under the Treaty of Lisbon, 50 Va. J. Int'L L. 919 (2010).
The European Union's senior legislative body, the Council, can make decisions either by unanimity or by a qualified majority vote (QMV). When unanimity is required, each Member State can block the action by voting against ...
Grafting the command responsibility doctrine onto corporate criminal liability for atrocities
Michael J. Kelly, Grafting the Command Responsibility Doctrine onto Corporate Criminal Liability for Atrocities, 24 Emory Int'l L. Rev. 671 (2010).
This paper explores the theoretical parameters associated with applying the command responsibility doctrine for prosecuting military superiors under international law to corporations. The jump from the military context to ...
Rethinking the security architecture of North East Asia
Michael J. Kelly & Sean Watts, Rethinking the Security Architecture of North East Asia, 41 Victoria U. Wellington L. Rev. 273 (2010).
In the aftermath of the Cold War, many questioned the continuing efficacy of collective security structures such as the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and the United Nations Security Council. Yet North East Asia never ...
Perspectives on the Nuremberg trial
Michael J. Kelly, Perspectives on the Nuremberg Trial, 23 Holocaust & Genocide Stud. 498 (2009) (book review).
Risky business: An international tribunal for Guantanamo detainees?
Michael Kelly, Op-Ed, Risky Business: An International Tribunal for Guantanamo Detainees?, JURIST, Aug. 20, 2009, http://jurist.org/forum/2009/08/risky-business-international-tribunal.php.