23 July 2012

SSRN: Recently Posted Working Papers, Law Review Articles

Asylum Law or Criminal Law: Blame, Deterrence and the Criminalisation of the Asylum Seeker, Research Paper No. 12-04 (University of Westminster School of Law, Dec. 2011, posted May 2012) [text]

Assessing GLBTI Refugee Claims: Using Human Rights Law to Shift the Narrative of Persecution within Refugee Law, Melbourne Legal Studies Research Paper, no. 586 (Melbourne Law School, May 2012) [text]

"El Desplazamiento Forzado en Colombia y la Intervención del Estado = Forced Displacement and State Intervention in Colombia," Revista de Economía Institucional, vol. 14, no. 26 (2012) [text]

"A Liberal Theory of Asylum," Politics, Philosophy & Economics, Forthcoming,  [text]

"Protecting Those Who Go Beyond the Law: Contemplating Refugee Status for Individuals Who Challenge Oppression Through Resistance," Georgetown Immigration Law Journal, vol. 25, no. 3 (Spring 2011) [text]

Protection of Refugees in Non Signatory States (KIIT University School of Law, March 2012) [text]

"Tracking Genocide: Persecution of the Karen in Burma," Texas International Law Journal, vol. 48, no. 1 (2012) (SSRN, posted April 2012) [text] [full-text]

Using Clinical Education to Innovate the Law Curriculum and Address an Unmet Legal Need: A Hong Kong Perspective (SSRN, June 2012) [text]

When Women Were Aliens: The Neglected History of Derivative Marital Citizenship, Sydney Law School, Research Paper No. 12/47 (University of Sydney, July 2012) [text]

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