LexisNexis UK ( http://www.lexisnexis.co.uk ),
a leading provider of content and technology solutions, today announced the
U.K. premiere of 'Not My Life', a documentary filmed on five continents over
four years that illustrates the multibillion...
By: Robin Perry
Legal Officer, Human
Rights Branch, Australian Attorney-General's Department. The views expressed in
this paper are entirely my own and should not in any way be attributed to the
Attorney-General's Department. Special thanks...
By: David Weissbrodt, Joseph C. Hansen, and Nathaniel H.
David Weissbrodt ,
Regents Professor and Fredrikson &
Byron Professor, University of Minnesota Law School. The author thanks Maleeha
Rizwy for her assistance on this article.
By John Reynolds
University of California, Hastings College of the Law, Class
of 2011. The author would like to thank his family, friends, and colleagues for
their support. This note is dedicated to the victims of human trafficking.
By: Dana Weiss and Ronen Shamir
Dana Weiss (LL.M, LL.B)
is a practicing attorney with Libai, Mann & Co., Advocates & a doctoral
student of the Zvi Meitar Center for Advanced Legal Studies in the Faculty of
Law at Tel-Aviv University. The authors...
Deportation, Integrity, and the Rule of Law
By: Daniel Kanstroom
Daniel Kanstroom is a professor
of law and director of the International Human Rights Program at Boston College
Excerpt - 35 Fletcher F. World Aff. 95
By: Micaela Tucker
Assistant Attorney General, Office of the Attorney General
Excerpt from Guanxi!"-"Gesundheit!" An Alternative View on the "Rule of Law" Panacea in China, 35 Vt. L. Rev. 689
A new Rule of Law (ROL) Index issued June 13 by the World
Justice Project (WJP) reports that, among other key findings, the U.S. trails
behind Europe in terms of adherence to the rule of law.
The WJP ROL Index offers a comprehensive picture of the...
By: Marat Almaganbetov, LexisNexis Russia Head of Business
In our blog
we tell about International Legal Forum in St. Petersburg (Russia). We talk to
Yevgeny Tarlo, doctor of law, professor, Russian senator.
Marat Almaganbetov :...
В блоге LexisNexis мы рассказываем о Международном юридическом
форуме, который прошел в Санкт-Петербурге (Россия).
Евгений Тарло , сенатор, доктор юридических наук, профессор
отвечает на наши вопросы.
- Доктор Тарло, в рамках форума прошел...
Human Rights Now ,
Amnesty International's blog, yesterday described its involvement in the Universal
Periodic Review of the United States conducted by the UN Human Rights Council. Although non-governmental organizations such
as AI are not allowed...
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Local, state and federal law enforcement
officers in Nashville, Tenn., Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minn., on Monday began
arresting 29 individuals who were listed in a federal indictment which was
unsealed listing various charges,...
Ohio - It is conservatively estimated that one in every 555 people in the world
is a victim of human trafficking, LexisNexis' senior advisor on Corporate
Responsibility said June 30 at a webinar for employees at the LexisNexis campus
Two similar recent cases by courts construing and applying the Alien Tort Statute demonstrate that courts will strictly apply the recent pleading standards set forth by the Supreme Court in Ashcroft v. Iqbal, but that if those standards can be met, the...
Is it compassionate to release a terminally ill terrorist who has been convicted of killing hundreds of civilians by blowing their airplane out of the sky? That’s the position taken by the Scottish government when it decided to release Pan Am Flight...
Secretary of State Clinton: Fight Human Trafficking Now
Highlighting the 2001 murder of the 20-year-old Russian woman, Oksana Rantchev, in Cyprus while trying to escape her captors, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton in an op-ed piece...