November 12, 2012
by Caleb Pittman
JURIST Guest Columnist Gregory Gordon of the University of North Dakota School of Law and Benjamin Brockman-Hawe of the Bosman Law Firm say that some measure of justice could be brought to the conflict in Syria by amending the statute for the Special Tribunal for Lebanon...Well over one year into ...[read more]
February 24, 2012
by Ben Klaber
JURIST Guest Columnist Gregory Gordon of the University of North Dakota School of Law says atrocity justice localization may not work for countries, such as Cambodia, so thoroughly lacking in justice culture and infrastructure and that localization may ultimately contribute more to the culture of ...[read more]
February 8, 2012
by Ben Klaber
JURIST Guest Columnist Gregory Gordon of the University of North Dakota School of Law says Lon Mugesera may be the last significant incitement decision arising from the Rwandan genocide, and it could be the ideal capstone opportunity for Rwandan incitement jurisprudence...Last month, after mor... ...[read more]
May 24, 2011
by John Grant
JURIST Guest Columnist Gregory Gordon of the University of North Dakota School of Law says that in light of the case of Joshua arap Sang, and for purposes of educating the public and deterring future would-be perpetrators, we need a more accurate understanding of the rapidly evolving area of ...[read more]
November 4, 2009
by JURIST Staff
JURIST Guest Columnists Laurie Blank of Emory Law's International Humanitarian Law Clinic and Gregory Gordon of the University of North Dakota School of Law say that the most glaring failure of the controversial Goldstone Commission Report on the Gaza conflict has gone unnoticed.... The Goldston... ...[read more]

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