Advisory Board

Center for International Law Advisory Board

Alfred C. Aman, Jr.: Former dean, Suffolk Law School; former dean, Indiana University School of Law; Roscoe C. O’Byrne Professor of Law, Indiana University School of Law. Recent publications include:

  • ADMINISTRATIVE LAW AND PROCESS, 2nd ed. New York: Matthew-Bender (2006).
  • Public and Private Modalities, in OUTSOURCING AMERICA. Cambridge: Harvard University Press (2006).
  • Privatization, Prisons, Democracy, and Human Rights: The Need to Extend the Province of Administrative Law, 12 INDIANA JOURNAL OF GLOBAL LEGAL STUDIES 511 (2005). [HeinOnline]
  • Privatization, Democracy, and Human Rights: Democracy Deficits in the U.S. and the Need to Extend the Province of Administrative Law, in PRIVATISATION AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE AGE OF GLOBALISATION (Koen de Feyter and Felipe Gomez Isa, Eds.). Antwerp: Intersentia (2005).
  • THE DEMOCRACY DEFICIT: TAMING GLOBALIZATION THROUGH LAW REFORM. New York: NYU Press (2004).
  • Federalism Through a Global Lens: A Call for Deferential Judicial Review, 11 INDIANA JOURNAL OF GLOBAL LEGAL STUDIES 109 (2004). [HeinOnline]
  • Editor’s Note. Globalization and Governance: The Prospects for Democracy, 10 INDIANA JOURNAL OF GLOBAL LEGAL STUDIES 1 (2003).
  • Globalization, Democracy, and the Need for a New Administrative Law, 49 UCLA LAW REVIEW 1687 (2002); reprinted at 10 INDIANA JOURNAL OF GLOBAL LEGAL STUDIES 125 (2003).
  • Book Review. The Ethical Canary: Science, Society, and the Human Spirit (with Yvonne Cripps, Roger Dworkin, David Smith, George Smith), 9 INDIANA JOURNAL OF GLOBAL LEGAL STUDIES 555 (2002).
  • ADMINISTRATIVE LAW, 2nd ed. (with William T. Mayton). St. Paul: West Group (2001).

Lloyd Bonfield: Professor of Law, and Director, Center for International Law (New York Law School); Thomas Andre Jr. Professor of Law and Associate Dean for International Graduate Studies and International External Relations (Tulane Law School). Recent publications include:

  • AN INTRODUCTION TO THE AMERICAN LEGAL SYSTEM FOR THE FOREIGN LAWYER (West Nutshell Series) (Forthcoming)
  • European Family Law in the Long Nineteenth Century, in THE HISTORY OF THE EUROPEAN FAMILY, Volume 2 (M. Barbagli and D. Kertzer eds., Yale U. Press) (2001).
  • European Family Law from the Reformation to the French Revolution, in THE HISTORY OF THE EUROPEAN FAMILY, Volume 1 (M. Barbagli and D. Kertzer eds., Yale U. Press) (2001).
  • Family Law, in THE HISTORY OF THE EUROPEAN FAMILY (D. Kertzer and M. Barbaglia eds., Yale Univ. Press (2001).
  • PROBATE LITIGATION IN 17TH CENTURY ENGLAND (2001).
  • DEVISING, DYING AND DISPUTE: PROBATE LITIGATION IN EARLY MODERN ENGLAND (2012)

Stephen J. Ellmann: Professor of Law; Associate Dean for Faculty Development; Chair, Clinical Theory Workshops and Faculty Scholarship Luncheons; Co-chair, South Africa Reading Group (New York Law School). Recent publications include:

  • The POST-APARTHEID CONSTITUTIONS: PERSPECTIVES ON SOUTH AFRICA’S BASIC LAW. (Witwatersrand University Press & Ohio University Press, 2001) (coedited with P. Andrews).
  • IN A TIME OF TROUBLE: LAW & LIBERTY IN SOUTH AFRICA’S STATE OF EMERGENCY. (Clarendon Press: Oxford, 1992).
  • The Rule of Law and the Achievement of Unanimity in Brown (New York Law School Faculty Presentation Day II), 49 NEW YORK LAW SCHOOL LAW REVIEW at 741–784 (2004–2005).
  • Connection, Capacity and Morality in Lawyer-Client Relationships: Dialogues and Commentary, 10 CLINICAL LAW REVIEW at 755–804 (2004) (with R. Dinerstein, I. Gunning & A. Shalleck).
  • Weighing and Implementing the Right to Counsel (South African Law Journal Jubilee Conference: The Impact of the Constitution on South African Law: Ten Years On), 121 SOUTH AFRICAN LAW JOURNAL at 318–338 (2004).
  • Legal Interviewing and Counseling: An Introduction (Symposium: The 25th Anniversary of Gary Bellow’s & Bea Moulton’s “The Lawyering Process”), 10 CLINICAL LAW Review 281–309 (2003) (with R. Dinerstein, I. Gunning & A. Shalleck).
  • Racial Profiling and Terrorism (Special Issue: Reflecting on the Legal Issues of Our Times. New York Law School Faculty Presentation Day), 46 NEW YORK LAW SCHOOL LAW REVIEW 675–730 (2002–2003).
  • A Constitutional Confluence: American “State Action” Law and the Application of South Africa’s Socioeconomic Rights Guarantees to Private Actors (Harry H. Wellington Festschrift Issue), 45 NEW YORK LAW SCHOOL LAW REVIEW 21–75 (2001).
  • To Live Outside the Law You Must be Honest: Bram Fischer and the Meaning of Integrity, 26 NORTH CAROLINA JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW AND COMMERCIAL REGULATIONS 767–798 (2001). Reprinted, as revised, in 17 SOUTH AFRICAN JOURNAL ON HUMAN RIGHTS 451 (2001).
  • Truth and Consequences (Symposium: Case Studies in Legal Ethics), 69 FORDHAM LAW REVIEW 895–937 (2000).

Pamela Foster: Managing Director of Grants Management, and Assistant General Counsel, Rockefeller Foundation.

Dr. Patricia S. Huntington (Ed.D.): President and founder, Network 20/20.

Ruti G. Teitel: Ernst C. Stiefel Professor of Comparative Law; Chair, Comparative Law and Politics Discussion Group (New York Law School). Recent publications include:

  • TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE. (Oxford University Press, 2000; paperback edition, 2001).
  • Transitional Justice: Postwar Legacies (Symposium: The Nuremberg Trials: A Reappraisal and Their Legacy), 27 CARDOZO LAW REVIEW 1615 (2006).
  • The Law and Politics of Contemporary Transitional Justice, 38 CORNELL INTERNATIONAL LAW JOURNAL 837 (2005).
  • Book Review of “Post-Conflict Justice” (C. Bassiouni, ed., 2004), 98 AMERICAN JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW 872–875.
  • Comparative Constitutional Law in a Global Age (A book review of “Comparative Constitutionalism: Cases and Materials” (N. Dorsen, M. Rosenfeld, A. Sajo & S. Baer, eds.), 117 HARVARD LAW REVIEW 2570–2596 (2004).
  • Transitional Justice Genealogy (Symposium: Human Rights in Transition), 16 HARVARD HUMAN RIGHTS JOURNAL 69–94 (2003).
  • Transitional Justice in a New Era (Symposium: Transitional Justice—Northern Ireland and Beyond), 25 FORDHAM INTERNATIONAL LAW JOURNAL 893–906 (2003).
  • Humanity’s Law: Rule of Law for the New Global Politics, 35 CORNELL INTERNATIONAL LAW JOURNAL 355–387 (2002).
  • The Future of Human Rights Discourse, 46 SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY LAW JOURNAL 449–463 (2002).
  • On Wellington Interpretation: A Timely Reappraisal (Harry H. Wellington Festschrift Issue), 45 NEW YORK LAW SCHOOL LAW REVIEW 225–234 (2001).
  • The Constitutional Canon: The Challenge Posed by a Transitional Constitutionalism (Symposium: The Canon(s) of Constitutional Law), 17 CONSTITUTIONAL COMMENTARY 237–240 (2000).