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Who's the Patient?
(University of Maryland, 1994)
Forgiveness and the Law
A discussion of the role of forgiveness in the law, substituting forgiveness for the law, and whether or not the law can or should pursue higher moral ambitions.
The Robert L. Levine Distinguished Lecture Series, Lecture, Reforming School Reform
(Fordham Law Review, 1999)
From Class Actions to Miss Saigon: The Concept of Representation in the Law
The representation debates over casting "Miss Saigon" and law school faculties reflect the prevalence of contemporary assumptions about group differences. They reflect arguments made on behalf of historically excluded ...
The Constitution and the Subgroup Question
Presented on Nov. 18, 1994, Indiana University School of Law-Bloomington as the 1994 Harris Lecture.
The Work of Re-Membering: After Genocide and Mass Atrocity
First, this article explores the role of international criminal trails and truth commissions in resisting narratives of collective guilt and producing a different sort of collective memory, helping the society-and the ...
Violence against Women — A Challenge to the Supreme Court
(Massachusetts Medical Society, 1999)