Decommissioning Guantanamo, releasing or trying its inmates: Not so complicated as it may appear.
Archive for January 2009
The Peter Bell Phenomenon In the midst of graduate school at Hopkins, I discovered that I had one set of reasons for being there, and my professors had an altogether different set of reasons for asking me to be there. My dissertation, on the novelist Kingsley Amis, was an effort to fulfill my own objectives […]
Richard II: Shakespeare’s Legal Brief This paper, produced as a term paper in an independent study course in law school, was published in the Georgetown Law Journal in 1982. To my great pleasure, other scholars still cite it from time to time. Let me again thank my supervisor, Professor Alice Brumbaugh, Emerita of the University […]