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When Law Migrates: Refugees in Comparative International Law
The current European migration crisis has been playing out worldwide. As record numbers of migrants have fled their countries in recent years, wealthier states have had an increasing interest in restricting their borders ...
Displaced: Why We Need New International Law to Protect Refugees, Displaced People, and Human Rights
How can international law protect both international security and the human rights of displaced people? Existing international law protects only displaced refugees: those who flee persecution on the basis of religion, race, ...
Displaced: A Proposal for International Law to Protect Refugees, Migrants, and States
(Berkeley Law Scholarship Repository, 2016)
How can international law better protect both international security and the human rights of people fleeing violence? International refugee law protects only the refugees: those fleeing across borders due to a well-founded ...
Blaine's Name in Vain?: State Constitutions, School Choice, & Charitable Choice
(University of Denver, 2005)
In this article, Ms. Goldenziel explores the growing controversy over no-funding provisions, state constitutional provisions that restrict state funding of religious institutions. These provisions, allegedly rooted in ...
Administratively Quirky, Constitutionally Murky: The Bush Faith-Based Initiative
(New York University, 2005)
In this article, Ms. Goldenziel explores the administrative and constitutional peculiarities of the Bush Administration's Faith-Based Initiative. She argues that the Supreme Court's establishment clause jurisprudence offers ...