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Adeno Addis is William Ray Forrester Professor of Public and Constitutional Law at Tulane Law School. He received his B.A. and LL.B. (Honours) from Macquarie University (Australia), and an LL.M. and a J.S.D from Yale. He has published extensively in the areas of American constitutional law, communications law, human rights, and jurisprudence.

Cecilia Bailliet is a Research Fellow, Institute for Public & International Law, University of Oslo. She received a Joint J.D. and M.A. from the George Washington School of Law and Elliott School of International Affairs. She teaches Refugee Law and has just completed her doctorate in international public law. Her thesis, “Between Conflict & Consensus: Conciliating Land Disputes in Guatemala,” addresses prevention and resolution of internal displacement via use of conciliation in land disputes. It assesses the applicable international norms pertaining to IDPs and indigenous people and reviews their implementation at international and national levels, utilizing Guatemala as a case study.

Maurits S. Berger (LL.M. and M.A. in Arabic Studies, University of Utrecht, Netherlands) is a lawyer who specializes in contemporary Islamic law. For the past eight years, he has worked as a researcher in Syria and Egypt, and as a visiting professor at various Dutch and Belgian universities. This article is part of his Ph.D. dissertation on public policy in Egyptian law at the University of Amsterdam.

Ken Betsalel received a Ph.D. from U.C. Berkeley. He teaches in the Department of Political Science and the Humanities Program at the University of North Carolina Asheville. His areas of expertise include the politics of culture and law. Dr. Betsalel is currently researching issues related to human rights and public health.

Sonia Cardenas is Assistant Professor of Political Science at Trinity College in Hartford, CT.

Martha F. Davis, formerly Legal Director of NOW Legal Defense, is an Associate Professor at Northeastern School of Law.

Max du Plessis graduated with an LL.M. from the University of Cambridge and is an Advocate of the High Court of South Africa. He is a Senior Lecturer at the Howard College School of Law, University of Natal and is currently Occasional Lecturer at the London School of Economics and Political Science and Visiting Scholar, Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge.

Pamela A. Jordan received her Ph.D. in political science from the University of Toronto in 1997 and is an Assistant Professor of History at the University of [End Page 838] Saskatchewan. Her dissertation research on post-Soviet legal reform in Russia has appeared in peer-reviewed journals and a multi-authored volume, Building the Russian State: Institutional Crisis and the Quest for Democratic Governance (Valerie Sperling ed., Westview Press, 2000). In addition to teaching, Dr. Jordan has acted as a consultant for the American Bar Association’s Central and East European Law Initiative and as executive director of the NGO Committee on Disarmament, the principal service organization for nongovernmental organizations focused on disarmament policy in the United Nations context.

Jayanth K. Krishnan is Assistant Professor of Law, William Mitchell College of Law, St. Paul, MN. J.D., Ohio State University; Ph.D. University of Wisconsin–Madison.

S. Elizabeth Wilborn Malloy received her B.A. from the College of William and Mary and her J.D. from Duke Law School. Professor Malloy joined the faculty of the University of Cincinnati College of Law in 1996 after working as an associate with Covington & Burling, Washington. She clerked for the Honorable Eugene A. Wright of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Professor Malloy is a member of the Glenn M. Weaver Institute of Law and Psychiatry and helps select fellowship recipients, co-teaches a course and conducts law and psychiatry research. She is also an affiliated faculty member with the University’s Center for Women’s Studies, and serves as a faculty advisor to students pursuing joint J.D. and M.A. degrees. Her current interests are physician contracting and the Americans with Disabilities Act. Her publications include: Something Borrowed, Something Blue: Why Are Disability Law Claims Any Different? 33 CONNECTICUT L. REV. 603 (2001); Recalibrating the Cost of Harm Advocacy Speech: Getting Beyond Brandenburg, 42 WM. & MARY L. REV...


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