20 March 2012

New Legal Articles & Presentations

"A Commentary on the Committee on the Rights of the Child's Definition of Non-Refoulement for Children: Broad Protection for Fundamental Rights," Res Gestae, no. 8 (2011) [full-text]

The Contemporary International Law Status of the Right to Receive Asylum (SSRN, March 2012) [text]

U.S. Asylum Law as a Path to Religious Persecution (ExpressO, 2012) [text]

"We Don't Need to See Them Cry: Eliminating the Subjective Apprehension Element of the Well-Founded Fear Analysis for Child Refugee Applicants," Pepperdine Law Review, vol. 33, no. 3 (2012) [full-text]

Recent presentations from the International Refugee Law Seminar Series (Refugee Law Initiative):

"Comparative Approaches to the Use of International Human Rights Law in Asylum
Cases in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United States," London, 31 Jan. 2012 [summary]

"Queer Cases, Great Law: The Fast-developing Field of LGBTI Refugee Law," London, 13 March 2012 [audio]

"The Supervision of International Refugee Law," London, 31 Jan. 2012 [audio]

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