November 16, 2012
by Jordan Barry
JURIST Guest Columnist Kathleen Doty of the American Society of International Law argues that justice has not been best served in Guantanamo Bay military trials...In August 2001, I stood inside Cuba and looked through the gate into the US Naval Base at Guantanamo Bay. It was an overwhelmingly ...[read more]
November 13, 2012
by Jordan Barry
JURIST Guest Columnist Samar Warsi, a Senior Volunteer Attorney for the Muslim Civil Liberties Union, argues that drone attacks are counterproductive and hurt American attempts at foreign policy improvement...Just hours after the re-election of US President Barack Obama, a US drone strike was ...[read more]
October 19, 2012
by Jordan Barry
JURIST Guest Columnist Sara Rose, staff attorney at the American Civil Liberties Union of Pennsylvania argues that the state of Pennsylvania has made it difficult for voters to obtain the requisite voter identification for the upcoming election and that the law was properly enjoined..."When voting ...[read more]
September 11, 2012
by Jordan Barry
JURIST Guest Columnist Kambiz Behi of EnterInvest and JURIST Columnist Edsel Tupaz of Tupaz & Associates examine discrepancies in the treatment of the People's Republic of China and the Russian Federation under US trade policy...On August 22, Russia formally acceded into the World Trade ...[read more]
August 30, 2012
by Jordan Barry
JURIST Guest Columnist Emi MacLean, human rights attorney, argues that New York City has effectively criminalized protests by the actions taken against Occupy Wall Street since September 2011...On July 25, 2012, the Protest and Assembly Rights Project a coalition of law school clinics... ...[read more]
August 17, 2012
by Jordan Barry
JURIST Guest Columnist Philip D. Cave, a solo practitioner at the The Law Offices of Philip D. Cave, argues that the lack of transparency in the WikiLeaks court-martial case undermines the reliability of the verdict...Have US military courts achieved the same level of transparency we have come to ...[read more]
July 26, 2012
by Jordan Barry
JURIST Guest Columnist Angela Perone, Staff Attorney for the National Center for Lesbian Rights, argues that there has been a drastic change in public opinion in favor of same-sex marriage and that courts are more willing to recognize marriage equality for all couples...In just a few short years, ...[read more]
July 23, 2012
by Jordan Barry
JURIST Guest Columnist Terrica Ganzy, Staff Attorney for the Southern Center for Human Rights, argues Warren Hill was improperly sentenced to death and that Georgia should adopt a "preponderance of evidence" standard for mentally disabled claims in capital offense cases...Ten years ago, the US ...[read more]
July 23, 2012
by Jordan Barry
James P. Rudolph, an attorney and former official at the US Agency for International Development, argues that the Syrian government must follow stricter rules of engagement and could potentially be prosecuted for harsher war crime charges with the application of Common Article 3 of the Geneva ...[read more]
June 27, 2012
by Jordan Barry
JURIST Columnist Edsel Tupaz of Tupaz and Associates argues that the impeachment of the Philippine Supreme Court Justice offers possibilities to create new appointment procedures...In the aftermath of the May 29 impeachment verdict against Renato Corona, the position of the chief justice of the ...[read more]

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