30 Mar 2011

Sarah Paulsworth, University of Pittsburgh School of Law '12, writes about the absence of alternative military service in Azerbaijan and of protections afforded to conscientious objectors (COs) under international law... The Imprisoned Activist and condition of CO's in Azerbaijan On March 4, 2011 well-known Azerbaijani activist, former parliamentary candidate Bakhtiyar [read more]

18 Mar 2011

Anna Mandel, Boston College '11, writes about confidentiality obligations imposed by courts of arbitration and host governments in France and the United Kingdom... Confidentiality has historically been an attractive element of international commercial arbitration because it is paramount for respondent companies to keep the content of negative allegations unavailable to [read more]

11 Mar 2011

Javier Centonzio, Stetson Law '12, is an Iraq War veteran. He writes about the veterans issues addressed by Veteran Treatment Courts... Throughout our nation's history we have resorted to armed conflict to resolve differences among ourselves and other nations. We have been ready and willing to send our young men [read more]

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