The Newsletters and Other Publications Series presents Washington College of Law faculty and staff works appearing in newsletters, practitioner journals, periodicals, American Bar Association section newsletters, and other publications.

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Submissions from 2021

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In Memoriam: Selected Works of Professor Emeritus Egon Guttman, Egon Guttman

Submissions from 2020

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The Tokyo Tribunal’s Legal Origins and Contributions to International Jurisprudence as Illustrated by Its Treatment of Sexual Violence, Diane Orentlicher

Submissions from 2018

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I Lost My Keys, And It's Okay..., David Jaffe

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Career Services and Student Affairs: Helping Each Other Help Our Law Students, David Jaffe and Amy Perez

Submissions from 2017

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The Prohibition of Torture: An Introductory Guide, American University Center for Human Rights & Humanitarian Law

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Preparing for the Law Library of the Future: Required Reading, Shannon M. Roddy

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That's a Wrap, Shannon M. Roddy

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YOU Get the Law - And YOU Get the Law - And You Get the Law, Shannon M. Roddy

Submissions from 2016

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Reading, Riting, and Rithmetic, Shannon M. Roddy

Submissions from 2012

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Transitional Justice: Views of the Epistemic Community, Diane Orentlicher

Submissions from 2011

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Technical Services by the Seat of Your Pants: A Brief Outline of Technical Services Responsibilities, Christine K. Dulaney

Submissions from 2009

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Reforming the State Secrets Privilege, Amanda Frost

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How the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 Changed HIPAA’s Privacy Requirements, Corrine Parver

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No Reason to Wait: Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions through the Clean Air Act, William Snape

Submissions from 2008

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'Emaciated' Defense or a Trend to Independence and Equality of Arms in Internationalized Criminal Tribunals?, Richard J. Wilson

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Spanish Supreme Court Affirms Conviction of Argentine Former Naval Officer for Crimes against Humanity, Richard J. Wilson

Submissions from 2007

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Empirical Legal Studies, or How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love the Data, Amy M. Taylor