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(8/28/2014)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Human Rights Law

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on the role of Al-Aulaqi v. Obama was cited by the Columbia Journal of Law and Social Problems. Alexander Steven Zbrozek, Square Pegs and Round Holes: Moving Beyond Bivens in National Security Cases, 47 Colum. J.L. & Soc. Probs. 485 (2014).

(6/19/2014)

Lesley Wexler

In The Media
International Law, Human Rights Law

Professor Wexler publishes blog post on Guardian's Global Development Professional Network on ending the culture of impunity for sexual aggressors during armed conflict

http://www.theguardian.com/global-development-professionals-network/2014/jun/19/london-declaration-end-sexual-violence-conflict

(6/10/2014)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Human Rights Law

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on institutional design and the blood diamond regime was cited by the Cornell Law Review. Jean Galbraith & David Zaring, Soft Law as Foreign Relations Law, 99 Cornell L. Rev. 735 (2014).

(5/27/2014)

Lesley Wexler

Publication
Law and Society

Professor Lesley Wexler and co-author Professor Arden Rowell published "Valuing Foreign Lives" in the Georgia Law Review. 48 Ga. L. Rev. 499 (2014).

(5/27/2014)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Environmental Law

Professor Lesley Wexler and co-author Professor Arden Rowell's article on how to value foreign lives was cited by the Florida Law Review. Irina D. Manta, The High Cost of Low Sanctions, 66 Fla. L. Rev. 157 (2014).

(5/1/2014)

Lesley Wexler

Publication
Human Rights Law

Professor Lesley Wexler published "The Role of Human Rights in Migration Regional Consultative Processes" in the American Society of International Law Proceedings. 106 Am. Soc'y Int'l L. Proc. 65 (2012).

(4/22/2014)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
International Law

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on sub-federal integration of unratified and non-self-executing treaty law was cited by the Buffalo Human Rights Law Review. Michael L. Buenger, Human Rights Conventions and Reservations: An Examination of a Critical Deficit in the CEDAWW, 20 Buff. Hum. Rts. L. Rev. 67 (2011).

(4/15/2014)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Human Rights Law

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on the role of Al-Aulaqi v. Obama was cited by the Indiana Law Journal. Alexander A. Reinert, Screening out Innovation: The Merits of Meritless Litigation, 89 Ind. L.J. 1191 (2014).

(3/26/2014)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Employment Discrimination

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on the campaign to ban landmines and the landmine ban treaty was cited by the Brooklyn Journal of International Law. Sandeep Gopalan & Roslyn Fuller, Enforcing International Law: States, IOs, and Courts as Shaming Reference Groups, 39 Brook. J. Int'l L. 73 (2014).

(3/10/2014)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Human Rights Law

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on the non-legal role of international human rights law in addressing immigration was cited by the Georgetown Journal of International Law. E. Tendayi Achiume, Beyond Prejudice: Structural Xenophobic Discrimination Against Refugees, 45 Geo. J. Int'l L. 323 (2014).

(2/17/2014)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Human Rights Law

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on the role of Al-Aulaqi v. Obama was cited by the George Washington Law Review. Alberto R. Gonzales, Drones: The Power to Kill, 82 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 1 (2013).

(2/10/2014)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Human Rights Law

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on institutional design and the blood diamond regime was cited by the Boston College Law Review. Brian Galle, Essay, Social Enterprise: Who Needs It?, 54 B.C. L. Rev. 2025 (2013).

(2/8/2014)

Lesley Wexler

Public Engagement
International Law
Professor Wexler assisted the International Committee of the Red Cross in meeting their obligation to disseminate the Laws of War by addressing a group of undergraduates and Red Cross volunteers. She spoke about the history and content of the Geneva Conventions as well as lecturing on the implications of drone warfare.
(11/18/2013)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Human Rights Law

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on institutional design and the blood diamond regime was cited by the Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies. Andrew H. Winetroub, Notes, A Diamond Scheme Is Forever Lost: The Kimberley Process's Deteriorating Tripartite Structure and Its Consequences for the Scheme's Survival, 20 Ind. J. Global Legal Stud. 1425 (2013).

(11/18/2013)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Human Rights Law

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on institutional design and the blood diamond regime was cited by the Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law. Peter J. Spiro, Constraining Global Corporate Power: A Short Introduction, 46 Vand. J. Transnat'l L. 1101 (2013).

(11/18/2013)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Human Rights Law

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on international humanitarian law transparency was cited by the Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law. Peter Margulies, Constraining Targeting in Noninternational Armed Conflicts: Safe Conduct for Combatants Conducting Informal Dispute Resolution, 46 Vand. J. Transnat'l L. 1041 (2013).

(10/28/2013)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Human Rights Law

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on the role of Al-Aulaqi v. Obama was cited by the Georgetown Journal of International Law. Michael W. Lewis & Emily Crawford, Drones and Distinction: How IHL Encouraged the Rise of Drones, 44 Geo. J. Int'l L. 1127 (2013).

(10/21/2013)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Human Rights Law

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on the non-legal role of international human rights law in addressing immigration was cited by the John Marshall Journal of Computer & Information Law. Elad Oreg, Right to Information Identity, 29 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 539 (2012).

(10/21/2013)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Human Rights Law

Professor Leslie Wexler's article on combining norm promotion and economic incentives to combat daughter discrimination in China was cited by the Georgetown Journal of Law and Public Policy. Krissa Webb, Note, Gender Mis-Conception: The Prenatal Nondiscrimination Act as a Remix of the Abortion Debate, 11 Geo. J. L. & Pub. Pol'y 257 (2013).

(9/24/2013)

Lesley Wexler

Conference
International Law
Professor Wexler participated in an invited roundtable for researchers and practitioners to discuss the impact of international transparency and accountability initiatives. Her scholarship on conflict diamonds and the Kimberley Process was presented as an example of scholarly impact work in the area. The roundtable included members of Global Witness, the Open Government Partnership, the World Bank, the Interamerican Development banks and professors from Duke and Harvard law schools.
(9/23/2013)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Employment Discrimination

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on the campaign to ban landmines and the landmine ban treaty was cited by the Washington University Law Review. Saira Mohamed, Shame in the Security Council, 90 Wash. U. L. Rev. 1191 (2013).

(9/18/2013)

Lesley Wexler

Public Engagement
International Law

Professor Wexler discussed the pressing international law issues at issue in Syria. The University of Illinois Syria Teach-In was sponsored by the Arms Control Disarmament and International Security Group and the Center for Global Studies. The video is available here.

(9/17/2013)

Lesley Wexler

Public Engagement
International Law
The International Committee on the Red Cross invited Professor Wexler to present Secrecy and Drones in the War on Terror at Illinois State University.
(9/16/2013)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Military, War and Peace

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on weapons regulation in the face of scientific uncertainty was cited by the Hofstra Law Review. Tyler D. Evans, Note, At War with the Robots: Autonomous Weapon Systems and the Martens Clause, 41 Hofstra L. Rev. 697 (2013).

(9/10/2013)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Employment Discrimination

Professor Lesley Wexler and co-authors Jonah Gelbach and Jonathan Klick's article on passive discrimination and when it makes sense to pay too little was cited by the FIU Law Review. Henry L. Chambers, Jr., The Cost of Non-Compensable Workplace Harm, 8 FIU L. Rev. 317 (2013).

(8/26/2013)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Human Rights Law

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on the non-legal role of international human rights law in addressing immigration was cited by the Emory International Law Review. Won Kidane, Procedural Due Process in the Expulsion of Aliens Under International, United States, and European Union Law: A Comparative Analysis, 27 Emory Int'l L. Rev. 285 (2013).

(8/9/2013)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Human Rights Law

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on the promise and limits of local human rights internationalism was cited by the North Carolina Law Review. Kevin R. Johnson & Joanna E. Cuevas Ingram, Anatomy of a Modern-Day Lynching: The Relationship Between Hate Crimes Against Latina/os and the Debate over Immigration Reform, 91 N.C. L. Rev. 1613 (2013).

(7/22/2013)

Lesley Wexler

Publication
Human Rights Law

Professor Lesley Wexler published "Extralegal Whitewashes" in the DePaul Law Review. 62 DePaul L. Rev. 817 (2013).

(7/22/2013)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Human Rights Law

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on extralegal whitewashes was cited by the DePaul Law Review. Christopher S. Burrichter, Introduction: Wal-Mart v. Dukes and the Future of Class Action Litigation, 62 DePaul L. Rev. 653 (2013).

(7/22/2013)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Human Rights Law

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on extralegal whitewashes was cited by the DePaul Law Review. Naomi Schoenbaum, The Family and the Market at Wal-Mart, 62 DePaul L. Rev. 759 (2013).

(6/17/2013)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Employment Discrimination

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on Wal-Mart matters was cited by the University of Miami Law Review. Stephanie S. Silk, Note & Comment, More Decentralization, Less Liability: The Future of Systemic Disparate Treatment Claims in the Wake of Wal-Mart v. Dukes, 67 U. Miami L. Rev. 637 (2013).

(6/7/2013)

Arden Rowell, Lesley Wexler

Conference
Environmental Law, International Law
Professor Wexler and Professor Rowell presented their co-authored paper Valuing Foreign Lives at the Society for Environmental Law and Economics. The conference brings together a select group of scholars from across the globe.
(6/3/2013)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Employment Discrimination

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on Wal-Mart matters was cited by the Regent University Law Review. Professr Wexler's article on the campaign to ban landmines and landmine ban treaty was also cited. Marcia Narine, From Kansas to the Congo: Why Naming and Shaming Corporations Through The Dodd-Frank Act's Corporate Governance Disclosure Won't Solve a Human Rights Crisis, 25 Regent U. L. Rev. 351 (2013).

(6/3/2013)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Employment Discrimination

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on Wal-Mart matters was cited by the Regent University Law Review. Professr Wexler's article on the campaign to ban landmines and landmine ban treaty was also cited. Marcia Narine, From Kansas to the Congo: Why Naming and Shaming Corporations Through The Dodd-Frank Act's Corporate Governance Disclosure Won't Solve a Human Rights Crisis, 25 Regent U. L. Rev. 351 (2013).

(6/3/2013)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Employment Discrimination

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on Wal-Mart matters was cited by the Regent University Law Review. Professr Wexler's article on the landmine ban treaty was also cited. Marcia Narine, From Kansas to the Congo: Why Naming and Shaming Corporations Through The Dodd-Frank Act's Corporate Governance Disclosure Won't Solve a Human Rights Crisis, 25 Regent U. L. Rev. 351 (2013).

(6/1/2013)

Lesley Wexler

Career News
International Law, Human Rights Law
Professor Wexler now serves on the Board of Directors for the International Center for Advocacy Against Discrimination. ICAAD is a nonprofit organization founded for the charitable purpose of eradicating structural discrimination globally, and to promote human rights norms consistent with public international law. Using high impact strategic litigation, coalition building, leveraged partnerships, and international law, ICAAD strives to combat both structural discrimination and the State’s failure to protect vulnerable communities.
(5/10/2013)

Lesley Wexler

Career News
International Law
Professor Wexler presented her co-authored paper Valuing Foreign Lives at the Regional Colloquium on Globalization of Law, International Organizations & International Law. The colloquium brings together scholars who employ empirical social science approaches to globalization and law.
(4/1/2013)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Employment Discrimination

Professor Lesley Wexler and co-authors Jonah Gelbach and Jonathan Klick's article on passive discrimination and when it makes sense to pay too little was cited by the Texas Law Review. Jonathan Klick, The Failure of Judges and the Rise of Regulators, 91 Tex. L. Rev. 899 (2013) (book review).

(3/4/2013)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Human Rights Law

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on the landmine ban treaty was cited by the American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy and the Law. Sarah Rogerson, Domesticating Due Diligence: Municipal Tort Litigation's Potential to Address Failed Enforcement of Orders of Protection, 21 Am. U. J. Gender Soc. Pol'y & L. 289 (2012).

(2/9/2013)

Lesley Wexler

Public Engagement
Military, War and Peace
Professor Wexler discussed the protections and limitations of the laws of war at Red Cross forum on Humanitarian Actions & Humanitarian Principles in Armed Conflict. In so doing, she helped the U.S. satisfy its IHL dissemination obligations under the Geneva Conventions of 1949.
(12/24/2012)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Military, War and Peace

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on weapons regulation in the face of scientific uncertainty was cited by the Howard Law Journal. Robert Bejesky, Cognitive Foreign Policy: Linking Al-Qaeda and Iraq, 56 How. L.J. 1 (2012).

(9/24/2012)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Human Rights Law

Professor Leslie Wexler's article on combining norm promotion and economic incentives to combat daughter discrimination in China was cited by the Annals of Health Law Advance Directive. Timothy R. Loveland, Sex-Selective Abortion Law in China and Corresponding Conception in the United States, 21 Annals Health L. Advance Directive 173 (2012).

(9/20/2012)

Lesley Wexler

Presentation
International Law
Professor Wexler and Professor Rowell present Valuing Foreign Lives to Arms Control, Disarmament, and International Security group on UIUC campus.
(9/17/2012)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Human Rights Law

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on institutional design and the blood diamond regime was cited by the Denver Journal of International Law and Policy. Julie Elizabeth Nichols, A Conflict of Diamonds: The Kimberley Process and Zimbabwe's Marange Diamond Fields, 40 Denv. J. Int'l L. & Pol'y 648 (2012).

(9/14/2012)

Lesley Wexler

Conference
Employment Discrimination
Professor Wexler presents Extra-Legal White Washes to Labor and Employment Colloquium
(8/9/2012)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Human Rights Law

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on the promise and limits of local human rights internationalism was cited by the North Carolina Law Review. Kevin R. Johnson & Joanna E. Cuevas Ingram, Anatomy of a Modern-Day Lynching: The Relationship Between Hate Crimes Against Latina/os and the Debate over Immigration Reform, 91 N.C. L. Rev. 1613 (2013).

(7/23/2012)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Employment Discrimination

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on Wal-Mart matters was cited by the Texas Tech Law Review. Sherry E. Clegg, Employment Discrimination Class Actions: Why Plaintiffs Must Cover All Their Bases after the Supreme Court's Interpretation of Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 23(a)(2) in Wal-Mart v. Dukes, 44 Tex. Tech L. Rev. 1087 (2012).

(7/23/2012)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
International Law

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on sub-federal integration of unratified and non-self-executing treaty law was cited by the Cardozo Law Review. Professor Wexler's article on the promise and limits of local human rights internationalism was also cited. Risa E. Kaufman, "By Some Other Means": Considering the Executive's Role in Fostering Subnational Human Rights Compliance, 33 Cardozo L. Rev. 1971 (2012).

(7/2/2012)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Employment Discrimination

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on Wal-Mart matters was cited by the Lewis & Clark Law Review. Michael J. Zimmer, Wal-Mart v. Dukes: Taking the Protection Out of Protected Classes, 16 Lewis & Clark L. Rev. 409 (2012).

(7/2/2012)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Military, War and Peace

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on weapons regulation in the face of scientific uncertainty was cited by the Journal of Health & Biomedical Law. Mitchell S. Turker, Banning Bisphenol A in the United States and Canada: Epigenetic Science, the Precautionary Principle, and a Missed Opportunity to Protect the Fetus, 8 J. Health & Biomedical L. 173 (2012).

(6/11/2012)

Lesley Wexler

Publication
Human Rights Law

Professor Lesley Wexler published "The Vietnamization of the Long War on Terror: An Ongoing Lesson in International Humanitarian Law Non-Compliance" in the Boston University International Law Journal. 30 B.U. Int'l L.J. 575 (2012).

(5/28/2012)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Human Rights Law

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on the promise and limits of local human rights internationalism was cited by the Yale Law and Policy Review. Professor Wexler's article on sub-federal integration of unratified and non-self-executing treaty law was also cited. Johanna Kalb, The Persistence of Dualism in Human Rights Treaty Implementation, 30 Yale L. & Pol'y Rev. 71 (2011).

(4/30/2012)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Human Rights Law

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on human rights and immigration policy was cited by the Ave Maria Law Review. Lynn D. Wardle, The Disintegration of Families and Children's Right to Their Parents, 10 Ave Maria L. Rev. 1 (2011).

(4/23/2012)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Human Rights Law

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on institutional design and the blood diamond regime was cited by the Northwestern University Journal of International Human Rights. Matthew L. Norman, The Challenges of State Building in Resource Rich Nations, 10 Nw. U. J. Int'l Hum. Rts. 173 (2012).

(4/2/2012)

Lesley Wexler

Career News
International Law
Professor Wexler quoted in article about use of truth serum in interrogations. http://motherjones.com/blue-marble/2012/04/department-of-defense-neuroscience-bioethics-brains-law
(3/26/2012)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Employment Discrimination

Professor Lesley Wexler and co-authors Jonah Gelbach and Jonathan Klick's article on passive discrimination and when it makes sense to pay too little was cited by the Berkeley Journal of Employment and Labor Law. Michael Selmi, Theorizing Systemic Disparate Treatment Law: After Wal-Mart v. Dukes, 32 Berkeley J. Emp. & Lab. L. 477 (2011).

(3/26/2012)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Human Rights Law

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on the non-legal role of international human rights law in addressing immigration was cited by the American Journal of International Law. Peter J. Spiro, A New International Law of Citizenship, 105 Am. J. Int'l L. 694 (2012).

(3/19/2012)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Employment Discrimination

Professor Lesley Wexler and co-authors Jonah Gelbach and Jonathan Klick's article on passive discrimination and when it makes sense to pay too little was cited by the Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender & Society. Andrew Brenton, Comment, Overcoming the Equal Pay Act and Title VII: Why Federal Sex-Based Employment Discrimination Laws Should Be Replaced with a System for Accrediting Employers for Their Antidiscriminatory Employment Practices, 26 Wis. J.L. Gender & Soc'y 349 (2011).

(3/5/2012)

Lesley Wexler

Publication
Human Rights Law

Professor Lesley Wexler published "Litigating the Long War on Terror: The Role of Al-Aulaqi v. Obama" in the Loyola University Chicago International Law Review. 9 Loy. U. Chi. Int'l L. Rev. 159 (2011).

(3/5/2012)

Lesley Wexler

Publication
Human Rights Law

Professor Lesley Wexler published "Stephanie Carvin, Prisoners of America's Wars: From the Early Republic to Guantanamo" in the Law and History Review. 30 Law & Hist. Rev. 281 (2012) (book review).

(2/20/2012)

Lesley Wexler

Publication
Human Rights Law

Professor Lesley Wexler published "Beyond Literacy: A Response to Tom Ginsburg's An Economic Interpretation of the Pashtunwali" in the University of Chicago Legal Forum. 2011 U. Chi. Legal F. 115 (2011).

(2/20/2012)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Human Rights Law

Professor Leslie Wexler's article on combining norm promotion and economic incentives to combat daughter discrimination in China was cited by the University of Chicago Legal Forum. Tom Ginsburg, An Economic Interpretation of the Pashtunwali, 2011 U. Chi. Legal F. 89 (2011).

(12/19/2011)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Human Rights Law

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on the landmine ban treaty was cited by the Cardozo Journal of Law & Gender. Carin M. Bowes, "Male" Order Brides and International Marriage Brokers: The Costly Industry that Facilitates Sex Trafficking, Prostitution, and Involuntary Servitude, 18 Cardozo J.L. & Gender 1 (2011).

(12/12/2011)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Employment Discrimination

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on Wal-Mart matters was cited by the Temple Law Review. Amy L. Wax, Supply Side or Discrimination? Assessing the Role of Unconscious Bias, 83 Temp. L. Rev. 877 (2011).

(11/7/2011)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
International Law

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on sub-federal integration of unratified and non-self-executing treaty law was cited by the Northwestern University Law Review. Jide Nzelibe, Strategic Globalization: International Law as an Extension of Domestic Political Conflict, 105 Nw. U. L. Rev. 635 (2011).

(8/15/2011)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Second Amendment

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on weapons regulation in the face of scientific uncertainty was cited by the Florida Law Review. Hari M. Osofsky, Multidimensional Governance and the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill, 63 Fla. L. Rev. 1077 (2011).

(7/25/2011)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Human Rights Law

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on the landmine ban treaty was cited by the Northwestern University Journal of International Human Rights. Rachel Good, Note, Yes We Should: Why the U.S. Should Change Its Policy Toward the 1997 Mine Ban Treaty, 9 Nw. U. J. Int'l Hum. Rts. 209 (2011).

(6/20/2011)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Employment Discrimination

Professor Lesley Wexler and co-authors Jonah Gelbach and Jonathan Klick's article on passive discrimination and when it makes sense to pay too little was cited by the UCLA Law Review. Craig Robert Senn, Fixing Inconsistent Paternalism under Federal Employment Discrimination Law, 58 UCLA L. Rev. 947 (2011).

(6/6/2011)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Employment Discrimination

Professor Lesley Wexler and co-authors Jonah Gelbach and Jonathan Klick's article on passive discrimination and when it makes sense to pay too little was cited by the Indiana Law Journal. Jessica A. Clarke, Beyond Equality? Against the Universal Turn in Workplace Protections, 86 Ind. L.J. 1219 (2011).

(6/6/2011)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Employment Discrimination

Professor Lesley Wexler and co-authors Jonah Gelbach and Jonathan Klick's article on passive discrimination and when it makes sense to pay too little was cited by Law and Contemporary Problems. Adi Ayal, Harmful Freedom of Choice: Lessons from the Cellphone Market, 74 Law & Contemp. Probs. 91 (2011).

(6/6/2011)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Human Rights Law

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on the promise and limits of local human rights internationalism was cited by the Indiana Law Journal. Shelley Cavalieri, Between Victim and Agent: A Third-Way Feminist Account of Trafficking for Sex Work, 86 Ind. L.J. 1409 (2011).

(5/23/2011)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Human Rights Law

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on institutional design and the blood diamond regime was cited by the New York University Journal of International Law and Politics. Diane A. Desierto, Leveraging International Economic Tools to Confront Child Soldiering, 43 N.Y.U. J. Int'l L. & Pol. 337 (2011).

(5/9/2011)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Human Rights Law

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on the non-legal role of international human rights law in addressing immigration was cited by the Boston University International Law Journal. Erin Komada, Note, Turned Away: The Detrimental Effect of Italy's Public Security Law on Undocumented Children's Right to Education, 29 B.U. Int'l L.J. 451 (2011).

(5/2/2011)

Lesley Wexler

Publication
Employment Discrimination

Professor Lesley Wexler published "Wal-Mart Matters" in the Wake Forest Law Review. 46 Wake Forest L. Rev. 95 (2011).

(4/25/2011)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Comparative and Foreign Law

Professor Leslie Wexler's article on combining norm promotion and economic incentives to combat daughter discrimination in China was cited by the Cumberland Law Review. David M. Smolin, The Missing Girls of China: Population, Policy, Culture, Gender, Abortion, Abandonment, and Adoption in East-Asian Perspective, 41 Cumb. L. Rev. 1 (2011).

(3/28/2011)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Employment Discrimination

Professor Lesley Wexler and co-authors Jonah Gelbach and Jonathan Klick's article on passive discrimination and when it makes sense to pay too little was cited by the Duke Law Journal. Lee Anne Fennell, Unbundling Risk, 60 Duke L.J. 1285 (2011).

(2/4/2011)

Lesley Wexler

Presentation
International Law

At the Laws and Social Norms Conference, Professor Lesley Wexler presented a paper responding to Tom Ginsburg's A Political Economy of the Pashtunwalli.

(2/1/2011)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Employment Discrimination

Professor Lesley Wexler and co-authors Jonah Gelbach and Jonathan Klick's article on passive discrimination and when it makes sense to pay too little was cited by the Yale Law Journal. Suzanne B. Goldberg, Discrimination by Comparison, 120 Yale L.J. 728 (2011).

(11/29/2010)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Comparative and Foreign Law

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on combating gender discrimination in China was cited by the University of Louisville Law Review. David M. Smolin, Child Laundering and the Hague Convention on Intercountry Adoption: The Future and Past of Intercountry Adoption, 48 U. Louisville L. Rev. 441 (2010).

(11/22/2010)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
Second Amendment

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on weapons regulation was cited by the Saint Louis University Law Journal. Molly J. Walker Wilson, Adaptive Responses to Risk and the Irrationally Emotional Public, 54 St. Louis U. L.J. 1297 (2010).

(11/12/2010)

Lesley Wexler

Presentation
International Law

Professor Wexler presented Is International Humanitarian Law Humanitarian? at the University of Illinois- Chicago Kent Faculty Forum on November 12, 2010.

(11/8/2010)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
International Law

Professor Lesley Wexler's article on sub-federal integration of unratified and non-self-executing treaty law was cited by the Washington University Global Studies Law Review. Michael G. Heyman, The Time Has Come for the United States to Ratify the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women, 9 Wash. U. Global Stud. L. Rev. 195 (2010).

(10/29/2010)

Lesley Wexler

Conference
International Law

Professor Wexler commented on David Garnter's Monopoly of States during ASIL's International Organizations brown bag hosted by American University School of Law.

(10/22/2010)

Lesley Wexler

Conference
Civil Rights and Discrimination

Professor Wexler commented on Michael Heaney's Why is There No Coffee Party for the Democratic Process panel during the Governance and Power symposium hosted by the University of Chicago Legal Forum.

(10/12/2010)

Lesley Wexler

Citation
International Law

Professor Lesley Wexler's article was cited by the Yale Law and Policy Review. Rachel Brewster. Stepping Stone or Stumbling Block: Incrementalism and National Climate Change Legislation. 28 Yale L. & Pol'y Rev. 245 (2010).

(8/2/2010)

Lesley Wexler

Conference
International Law

Lesley Wexler presented "Chevronizing the Laws of War" at the Big Ten Untenured Conference which took place at Indiana University, Maurer School of Law.