International & Comparative Law Research
The Offensive Internet: Speech, Privacy, and Reputation, 26 ETHICS & INT'L AFF. 152 (2012). (book review)
Women’s Unequal Citizenship at the Border: Lessons from Three Nonfiction Films about the Women of Juarez, in GENDER EQUALITY: DIMENSIONS OF WOMEN’S EQUAL CITIZENSHIP (Linda McClain & Joanna L. Grossman, eds., 2009).
Codifying the Common Law of Property in India: Crystallization and Standardization as Strategies of Constraint, 63 AM. J. COMP. L. 33 (2015).
MULTILEVEL GLOBAL GOVERNANCE IN THE ENFORCEMENT OF INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW (in progress).
Reframing Positive Complementarity: Reflections on the First Decade and Insights from the US Federal Criminal Justice System, in THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT AND COMPLEMENTARITY: FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE, (C. Stahn & M. Al Zeidy, eds., Oxford Univ. Press 2011).
Standards of Review in Investor State Arbitration: A Comparative Public Law Approach (with Andreas von Staden), in INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT LAW AND COMPARATIVE PUBLIC LAW (Stephen W. Schill, ed., 2010).
Shaping the Contours of Domestic Justice: The International Criminal Court and an Admissibility Challenge in the Uganda Situation, in THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT AT FIVE (2009) (with Scott Kaplan).
Implementing a Policy of Positive Complementarity in the Rome System of Justice, 19 CRIM. L.F. 59 (2008).
The Domestic Influence of International Criminal Tribunals: The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and the Creation of the State Court of Bosnia & Herzegovina, 46 COLUM. J. TRANSNAT’L L. 279 (2008).
Bargaining for Arrests at the International Criminal Court: A Response to Roper and Barria, 21 LEIDEN J. INT'L L. 477 (2008).
Non-Precluded Measures Provisions, the State of Necessity, and State Liability for Investor Harms in Exceptional Circumstances (with Andreas von Staden), in LATIN AMERICAN INVESTMENT TREATY ARBITRATION. THE CONTROVERSIES AND CONFLICTS (Thomas E. Carbonneau, Mary H. Mourra, eds., Kluwer 2008).
Investment Protection in Extraordinary Times: The Interpretation and Application of Non-Precluded Measures Provisions in Bilateral Investment Treaties 48 VA. J. INT'L L. 307 (2007) (with Andreas von Staden).
Complementarity in Practice: The International Criminal Court as Part of a System of Multi-Level Global Governance in the Democratic Republic of Congo, 18 LEIDEN J. INT’L L. 557 (2005).
LAW AND ECONOMICS OF IMMIGRATION (Howard Chang ed., Elgar 2015).
Implications of Globalization and Trade for Water Quality in Transboundary Rivers, in GLOBAL CHANGE: IMPACTS ON WATER AND FOOD SECURITY 97 (Claudia Ringler et al. eds., 2010) (with Hilary Sigman).
Cultural Communities in a Global Labor Market: Immigration Restrictions as Residential Segregation, 2007 U. CHI. L.F. 321 (symposium contribution), reprinted in 28 IMMIGR. & NAT'LITY L. REV. 453 (Gabriel J. Chin, ed., 2007); CHALLENGES OF GLOBALIZATION: IMMIGRATION, SOCIAL WELFARE, GLOBAL GOVERNANCE 78 (Andrew C. Sobel ed., 2009).
Migration as International Trade: The Economic Gains from the Liberalized Movement of Labor, 3 UCLA J. INT'L L. & FOREIGN AFF. 371 (1998-99), reprinted in 20 IMMIGR. & NATIONALITY L. REV. 339 (1999), excerpted in STEPHEN H. LEGOMSKY, IMMIGRATION AND REFUGEE LAW AND POLICY 281 (3d ed. 2002).
Oversight in Hindsight: Assessing the U.S. Regulatory System in the Wake of Calamity, in REGULATORY BREAKDOWN: THE CRISIS OF CONFIDENCE IN U.S. REGULATION (Cary Coglianese ed., Univ. of Pennsylvania Press, 2012) (with Chris Carrigan).
The Complexity of Sources of Trans-National Law: United States Report, 58 AM. J. COMP. L. 59 (Suppl. 2010).
What Judges Really Do: Judicial Settlement Conferences in Japan.
Suing Doctors in Japan: Structure, Culture, and the Rise of Malpractice Litigation, in FAULT LINES: TORT LAW AS CULTURAL PRACTICE (Michael McCann and David Engel, eds., Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2009).
Why Patients Sue Doctors: The Japanese Experience, 37 J. L. MED. & ETHICS 792 (2009).
The Tuna Court: Law and Norms in the World’s Premier Fish Market, 94 CAL. L. REV. (2006), reprinted in CUSTOMARY LAW AND ECONOMICS (Lisa Bernstein & Francesco Parisi eds., Edward Elgar Publishing, 2014).
UNFILTERED: CONFLICTS OVER TOBACCO POLICY AND PUBLIC HEALTH (with Ronald Bayer, ed., Harvard Univ. Press 2004).
THE RITUAL OF RIGHTS IN JAPAN: LAW, SOCIETY, AND HEALTH POLICY (Cambridge Univ. Press 2000).
Rational Contractarianism and International Law, in HOBBES AND THE LAW (David Dyzenhaus and Tom Poole, eds., Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2012).
Roundtable Discussion Transcript: The Legal and Ethical Limits of Technological Warfare Symposium, February 1, 2013, University of Utah, S.J. Quinney College of Law (2014), UTAH L. REV. (with Amos N. Guiora, Harry Soyster, David R. Irvine, Geoffrey S. Corn, James Jay Carafano, Laurie R. Blank, Monica Hakimi, George R. Lucas, Trevor W. Morrison, and Frederic Megret).
TARGETED KILLINGS: LAW AND MORALITY IN AN ASYMMETRICAL WORLD (Claire Finkelstein, Jens Ohlin, & Andrew Altman, eds., Oxford University Press, 2012).
Vindicating the Rule of Law: Prosecuting Free Riders on Human Rights, in WHEN GOVERNMENTS BREAK THE LAW: THE RULE OF LAW AND THE PROSECUTION OF THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION (Austin Sarat and Nasser Hussein, eds. 2010).
Foreword: The Evolution of International Law, 30 U. PA. J. INT. L. at i-vi (2009) (Foreword to 30th Anniversary Issue Contributions).
Geoffrey Hazard, Jr.
Two Valuable Treatises on Civil Law (reviewing NEIL ANDREWS, ENGLISH CIVIL PROCEDURE: FUNDAMENTALS OF THE NEW CIVIL JUSTICE SYSTEM (2003) and PETER L. MURRAY AND ROLF STÜRNER, GERMAN CIVIL JUSTICE (2004)), 37 N.Y.U. J. INT’L L. & POL. 611 (2005).
Global Justice and Trade, in GLOBAL JUSTICE AND INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW (Frank Garcia, Chi Carmody, & John Linarelli, eds., Cambridge Univ. Press 2012) (with Fernando Teson).
Women: United States Law, in OXFORD INTERNATIONAL ENCYCLOPEDIA OF LEGAL HISTORY (Stanley N. Katz, ed., 2009).
Charles Mooney Jr.
Security Interests in Book-Entry Securities in Japan: Should Japanese Law Embrace Perfection by Control Agreement and Security Interests in Securities Accounts?, (April 1, 2016), 37 U. PA. J. INT'L L. (forthcoming 2017) . (with Kumiko Koens).
OFFICIAL COMMENTARY TO THE UNIDROIT CONVENTION ON SUBSTANTIVE RULES FOR INTERMEDIATED SECURITIES (Oxford University Press 2012) (with Hideki Kanda, Luc Thevenoz & Stephane Beraud).
Core Issues Under the UNIDROIT (Geneva) Convention on Intermediated Securities: Views From the United States and Japan, in INTERMEDIATED SECURITIES: LEGAL PROBLEMS AND PRACTICAL ISSUES 69 (Louise Gullifer & Jennifer Payne eds., Hart Publishing, 2010) (with Hideki Kanda).
Private Law and the Regulation of Securities Intermediaries: Perspectives Under the Geneva Securities Convention and United States Law, 2010 UNIF. L. REV. 811.
The (UNIDROIT) Geneva Securities Convention on Intermediated Securities, 24 BUTTERWORTH’S J. INT’L BANKING & FIN. L. 596 (2009).
Law and Systems for Intermediated Securities and the Relationship of Private Property Law to Securities Clearance and Settlement: United States, Japan, and the UNIDROIT Draft Convention, Institute for Monetary and Economic Studies, Discussion Paper No. 2008-E-8 (May 2008).
Insolvency Law as Credit Enhancement: The Insolvency-Related Provisions of the Cape Town Convention and the Aircraft Protocol, 13 INT’L INSOLVENCY REV. 24 (2004).
International Human Rights and Law and Organizing as the Pillars in Building the Bridge to Overcome the Rights-Reality Divide for Migrant Workers
How international are the international human rights of migrant workers? Understanding the extraterritorial reach of human rights obligations
Preparing Lawyers for Practice in a Globalized World: A Proposal for Transnational Clinical Partnerships, in GLOBALIZATION: THE CRUCIAL PHASE (Brian Spooner, ed., Penn Press 2015)
The Human Rights of Immigrants: Confronting the Legacy of 9/11, in THE 9/11 EFFECT AND ITS LEGACY ON U.S. IMMIGRATION LAWS: ESSAYS, REMARKS, AND PHOTOGRAPHS 57-60 (Penn State Law and The Pennsylvania State University, School of International Service, State College, Pa., Fall 2012).
Using the Universal Periodic Review to Advance Human Rights What Happens in Geneva Must Not Stay in Geneva, 45 CLEARINGHOUSE REV. 268 (2011).
Court Interpreters and Preserving Due Process in Criminal Proceedings, in ABA JUDGE’S GUIDE TO IMMIGRATION LAW IN CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS (American Bar Association 2004).
Inter-American Developments on Globalization’s Refugees: New Rights for Migrant Workers and Their Families, EUROPEAN YEARBOOK OF MINORITY ISSUES Vol. 3, 2003/4 ISBN 90 04 14820 0, 63-87 (co-author).
Quasi-Patents and Semi-Patents in Biobanking, in COMPARATIVE ISSUES IN THE GOVERNANCE OF RESEARCH BIOBANKS: PROPERTY, PRIVACY, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, AND THE ROLE OF TECHNOLOGY 251 (Giovanni Pascuzzi, et al. eds., Springer Verlag 2013).
CASES AND MATERIALS ON INTERNATIONAL REGULATION OF TRADE AND INVESTMENT (2006).
Comments on [Israeli] Proposal for Structuring Judicial Discretion in Sentencing, HUKIM – Israeli Journal on Legislation.
Codifying Shari'a: International Norms, Legality & the Freedom to Invent New Forms, 2 J. COMP. L. (British) 1 (2007) (with 11 present and former students in my Criminal Law Research Group, regarding our work in drafting an Islamic Penal Code for the Maldives under U.N.D.P. sponsorship).
A Theory of Law Firm Globalization (unpublished manuscript, 2008) (with John Armour)
Transnational Politics and Policy: From Two-Way to Three-Way Interactions (Feb. 2014), Jerusalem Papers in Regulation & Governance no. 62 (with David Levi Faur).
Global Companies as Agents of Globalization, in THE HANDBOOK OF GLOBAL COMPANIES (John Mikler ed., Wiley 2013)
Leo Strine Jr.
Cyber Espionage or Cyberwar?: International Law, Domestic Law, and Self-Protective Measures, in CYBERWAR: LETHICS FOR VIRTUAL CONFLICTS (Jens David Ohlin, Kevin Govern, & Claire Finkelstein eds., Oxford University Press 2015).
"Revolutionary Islamic Jurisprudence: A Restatement of the Arab Spring"
Trading Places?: China, the WTO and the United States
The Path of Administrative Law in China (with Neysun Mahboubi)
A Great Divergence?:China and the United States, Economic and Security Relations and the Challenges for Lesser Powers in East Asia
China’s Challenges: Reform Era Legacies and the Road Ahead, in CHINA’S CHALLENGES (Jacques deLisle and Avery Goldstein eds., Univ. of Pennsylvania 2015)
Law and Democracy in China: A Complicated Relationship, in DEMOCRATIZATION IN CHINA, KOREA AND SOUTHEAST ASIA?: LOCAL AND NATIONAL PERSPECTIVES 126-140 (Shelley Rigger, Lynn White and Kate Zhou eds., 2014).
China’s Legal System, in POLITICS IN CHINA: AN INTRODUCTION (William A. Joseph ed., 2014).
Law and the Economy in China, in ROUTLEDGE HANDBOOK OF THE CHINESE ECONOMY (Gregory Chow and Dwight Perkins eds., Routledge 2014)
Taiwan and Soft Power: Competing with China and Seeking Security, in POLITICAL CHANGES IN TAIWAN UNDER MA YING-JEOU: PARTISAN CONFLICT, POLICY CHOICES, EXTERNAL CONSTRAINTS AND SECURITY CHALLENGES (Jean-Pierre Cabestan & Jacques deLisle eds., 2014).
Damages Remedies for Infringement of Human Rights under U.S. Law, 62 AM. J. COMP. L. (SUPP.) 457 (2014).
From Economic Development to What—and Why?, in RETHINKING LAW AND DEVELOPMENT: THE CHINESE EXPERIENCE 107-145 (Yu Guanghua ed., 2013).
A Common Law-like Civil Law and a Public Face for Private Law: China’s Tort Law in Comparative Perspective, in TOWARDS A CHINESE CIVIL CODE: COMPARATIVE AND HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES (Martinus Nijhoff 2012).
Troubled Waters: China's Claims and the South China Sea, 56 ORBIS 608 (2012).
Law and China's Development Model, in IN SEARCH OF CHINA'S DEVELOPMENT MODEL: BEYOND THE BEIJING CONSENSUS (Philip Hsu, Yu-shan Wu and Suisheng Zhao, eds. 2011).
Exceptional Powers in an Exceptional State: Emergency Powers Law in China, in EMERGENCY POWERS LAW IN ASIA 342 (Victor V. Ramraj and Arun K. Thiruvengadam, eds. 2010).
Security First?: Lessons from the Roles of Law in Addressing Crises(?) in China, 4 J. NAT. SECURITY L. & POL'Y 397 (2010).
Soft Power in a Hard Place: China, Taiwan, Cross-Strait Competition and U.S. Policy, 54 ORBIS 493 (2010).
Vicious Cycles and Virtuous Circles: International Contexts, Taiwanese Democracy and Cross-Strait Relations, in CROSS-STRAIT AT THE TURNING POINT 373 (I Yuan, ed. 2009).
Development without Democratization? China, Law and the East Asian Model, in DEMOCRATIZATIONS: COMPARISONS, CONFRONTATIONS AND CONTRASTS 197 (Jose V. Ciprut, ed. 2009).
After the Gold Rush: The Beijing Olympics and China’s Evolving International Roles, 52:3 ORBIS 179 (2009).
The Other China Trade Deficit: Export Safety Problems and Responses, in IMPORT SAFETY: REGULATORY GOVERNANCE IN THE GLOBAL ECONOMY 22 (Cary Coglianese, David Zaring, and Adam Finkel, eds. 2009).
Legalization without Democratization in China under Hu Jintao, in CHINA'S CHANGING POLITICAL LANDSCAPE PROSPECTS FOR DEMOCRACY 185 (Cheng Li, ed., 2008).
International Contexts and Domestic Pushback, in DEMOCRATIZATION IN GREATER CHINA 185 (Larry Diamond & Bruce Gilley eds., 2008).
Legalization without Democratization in China under Hu Jintao, in CHINA’S CHANGING POLITICAL LANDSCAPE 185 (Cheng Li ed., 2008).
“One World, Different Dreams”: The Contest to Define the Beijing Olympics, in OWNING THE OLYMPICS 17 (Monroe Price & Daniel Dayan eds., 2008).
Traps, Gaps and Law in China’s Transition, in IS CHINA TRAPPED IN TRANSITION? IMPLICATIONS FOR FUTURE REFORMS (Oxford Foundation for Law, Justice and Society, 2007).
Eroding the “One China” Policy: A Tripartite Legal-Political Strategy for Taiwan, in RESHAPING THE TAIWAN STRAIT (John Tkacik ed., 2007).
China's Approach to International Law: A Historical Perspective, 94 AM. SOC'Y INT'L L. PROC. 267 (2000).