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    • U.S. property claims in Cuba 

      Michael J. Kelly, Erika Moreno, and Richard C. Witmer, II, U.S. Property Claims in Cuba, in The Cuba-U.S. Bilateral Relationship: New Pathways and Policy Choices 225 (Michael J. Kelly, Erika Moreno & Richard C. Witmer, II eds. 2019).
    • UN Security Council membership: The admission of India and other necessary reforms 

      Michael Kelly, Op-Ed, UN Security Council Membership: The Admission of India and Other Necessary Reforms, JURIST, Nov. 24, 2010, http://jurist.org/forum/2010/11/un-security-council-membershp-the-admission-of-india-and-other-necessary-reforms.php.
    • Unconscious influences on judicial decision-making: The illusion of objectivity 

      John F. Irwin & Daniel L. Real, Unconscious Influences on Judicial Decision-Making: The Illusion of Objectivity, 42 McGeorge L. Rev. 1 (2010).
      Judicial decision making is influenced by unconscious decisions and motivations - implicit biases. This paper explores how implicit bias impacts judicial decision-making, as well as considerations for minimizing negative ...
    • Unconstitutional politics 

      Paul E. McGreal, Unconstitutional Politics, 76 Notre Dame L. Rev. 519 (2001).
      This Article argues that the federal statute requiring election of the United States House of Representatives by single-member districts is unconstitutional. Simply put, this statute, which was first enacted in 1842, ...
    • Under siege: International humanitarian law and Security Council practice concerning siege operations 

      Sean Watts, Under Siege: International Humanitarian Law and Security Council Practice Concerning Siege Operations, Research and Policy Paper, Counterterrorism and Humanitarian Engagement Project (May 2014), blogs.law.harvard.edu/cheproject/files/2013/10/CHE-Project-IHL-and-SC-Practice-concerning-Urban-Siege-Operations.pdf.
      This paper demonstrates that while siege operations, as traditionally practiced, are not technically prohibited, they are now significantly limited by IHL in both international armed conflict and non-international armed ...
    • Understanding judicial review of hospitals' physician credentialing and peer review decisions 

      Craig W. Dallon, Understanding Judicial Review of Hospitals' Physician Credentialing and Peer Review Decisions, 73 Temp. L. Rev. 597 (2000).
      The article discusses the various legal theories available to physicians whose hospital privileges have been limited or revoked by a hospital through a hospital's credentialing or peer review processes. The article reviews ...
    • Understanding September 11th -- An international legal perspective on the war in Afghanistan 

      Michael J. Kelly, Understanding September 11th -- An International Legal Perspective on the War in Afghanistan, 35 Creighton L. Rev. 283 (2002).
      America's military response to the 9/11 terrorist attacks was an invasion and occupation of Afghanistan, toppling the Taliban government and pursuing al Qaeda remnants. This action was covered by Article 51 of the U.N. ...
    • Understanding the distinct function of the combatant status review tribunals: A response to Blocher 

      Geoffrey Corn, Eric Talbot Jensen, & Sean Watts, Understanding the Distinct Function of the Combatant Status Review Tribunals: A Response to Blocher, 116 Yale L.J. Pocket Part 327 (2007), http://yalelawjournal.org/forum/understanding-the-distinct-function-of-the-combatant-status-review-tribunals-a-response-to-blocher.
      This article addresses the limited and distinct function of the Combatant Status Review Tribunals established by the Department of Defense to review enemy combatant designations. It explains how the predicate legal ...
    • Undetected, unresolved conflicts of interest 

      Craig W. Dallon, Undetected, Unresolved Conflicts of Interest, in Legal Ethics: Top Attorney-Client Mistakes 17 (Nat’l Bus. Inst. ed., 2016).
    • (Unfair) advantage: Damocles' sword and the coercive use of immigration status in a civil society 

      David P. Weber, (Unfair) Advantage: Damocles' Sword and the Coercive Use of Immigration Status in a Civil Society, 94 Marq. L. Rev. 613 (2010).
      This article argues that the coercive use of immigration status or "status coercion" in civil proceedings and negotiations is fundamentally unethical and potentially illegal. For attorneys attempting to take advantage of ...
    • Unincorporated business entities 

      Larry E. Ribstein, Jeffrey M. Lipshaw, Elizabeth S. Miller & Joshua P. Fershee, Unincorporated Business Entities (5th ed. 2013).
    • Unintended attorney-client relationships 

      Craig W. Dallon, Unintended Attorney-Client Relationships, in Legal Ethics: Top Attorney-Client Mistakes 1 (Nat’l Bus. Inst. ed., 2016).
    • United States' report on business involvement in international crimes 

      Alison Seaborne & Michael J. Kelly, United States’ Report on Business Involvement in International Crimes, 88 Revue Internationale de Droit Pénal 343 (2017).
      Conference proceedings and results of the XXth AIDP-IAPL International Congress of Penal Law Criminal Justice and Corporate Business, held March 20-23, 2017, in Buenos Aires.
    • United Nations Security Council permanent membership and the veto problem 

      Michael J. Kelly, United Nations Security Council Permanent Membership and the Veto Problem, 52 Case W. Res. J. Int'l L. 101 (2020).
      While Ambassador Wenaweser wrestled with practical realities of U.N. Security Council reform and the efforts lead by his delegation to craft and see adopted a new code of conduct for Security Council practice, and Professor ...
    • United States v. Dion, 1986 

      Michael J. Kelly, United States v. Dion, 1986, in 3 Treaties with American Indians: An Encyclopedia of Rights, Conflicts, and Sovereignty 722 (Donald L. Fixico ed., 2008).
    • United States v. Lara -- Federal powers couched in terms of sovereignty anda relaxation of prior restraints 

      David P. Weber, United States v. Lara – Federal Powers Couched in Terms of Sovereignty and a Relaxation of Prior Restraints, 83 N.D. L. Rev. 735 (2007).
      This article examines the problematic reasoning of the Court in determining the scope of Indian tribes' sovereignty as a jurisdictional matter. By overlooking history, the Court characterizes a delegation of power as a ...
    • United States v. Sioux Nation, 1980 

      Michael J. Kelly, United States v. Sioux Nation, 1980, in 3 Treaties with American Indians: An Encyclopedia of Rights, Conflicts, and Sovereignty 719 (Donald L. Fixico ed., 2008).
    • United States' ratification of the Law of the Sea Convention: Securing our navigational future while managing China's blue water ambitions 

      Michael J. Kelly, United States' Ratification of the Law of the Sea Convention: Securing Our Navigational Future While Managing China's Blue Water Ambitions, 45 Case W. Res. J. Int'l L. 461 (2012).
      American ratification of the 1982 United Nations Law of the Sea Convention would protect America's maritime interests abroad, position the U.S. to help resolve difficult maritime boundary disputes between China and her ...
    • 'Unlawful enemy combatant': Status, theory of culpability, or neither? 

      Mark David Maxwell & Sean M. Watts, 'Unlawful Enemy Combatant': Status, Theory of Culpability, or Neither? 5 J. Int'l Crim. Just. 19 (2007).
      The Military Commissions Act of 2006 represents the United States' most recent effort to establish a forum to try detainees captured in its 'Global War on Terrorism'. This article briefly explores the Act's use of the term ...
    • Unmasking liberalism 

      Edward A. Morse, Unmasking Liberalism, Pub. Discourse (Witherspoon Inst., Princeton, N.J.) (Oct. 28, 2016) (reviewing John P. Safranek, The Myth of Liberalism (2015)), http://www.thepublicdiscourse.com/2016/10/17750/.