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Human Rights Developments at the State and Local Level in the United States: A Bird’s-Eye View, 87 PA. BAR ASS’N Q. 63 (2016) (with JoAnn Kamuf Ward).
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)
MIGRANT WORKERS’ ACCESS TO JUSTICE AT HOME: NEPAL, Migrant Workers’ Access to Justice Series (Open Society Foundations), 2014
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).
How international are the international human rights of migrant workers? Understanding the extraterritorial reach of human rights obligations
International Human Rights and Law and Organizing as the Pillars in Building the Bridge to Overcome the Rights-Reality Divide for Migrant Workers