Faculty Publications

As of August 2017, this database is no longer being updated. For the most current publications from the faculty, students, and staff of the Touro College & University System, please check our institutional repository, Touro Scholar, and email any questions or publication submissions to Scholarly Communications Librarian Carrie Levinson.

Total number of publications: 7,319

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  • Bayefsky, A. F. (1996). Israel and the United Nations human rights’ agenda: The inequality of nations large and small. Israel Law Review, 29(3), 424-458.

  • Bayefsky, A. F. (1996). Report on the human rights treaties: Facing the implementation crisis. First report of the committee on international human rights law and practice. Report of the Sixty-Seventh Conference of the International Law Association (pp. 336-357). London, England: International Law Association.

  • Bayefsky, A. F. (1996). The United Nations human rights treaties: Facing the implementation crisis. The Windsor Access to Justice Yearbook, 15(2), 189-201.

  • Bayefsky, A. F. (1997). Democracy and the international protection of human rights. Israel Yearbook on Human Rights, 26, 183-199.

  • Bayefsky, A. F. (1997). International human rights law in Canadian courts. In F. Francioni & B. Conforti (Eds.), Enforcing international human rights in domestic courts (pp. 295-328). The Hague, Netherlands: Kluwer Law International. This material can be found here.

  • Bayefsky, A. F. (1997). Mechanisms for entrenchment and protection of a bill of rights: The Canadian experience. European Human Rights Law Review, 5, 496-500.

  • Bayefsky, A. F. (1997). Cultural sovereignty, relativism, and international human rights: New excuses for old strategies. In E. Bulygin, B. M. Leiser, & M. Van Hoecke (Eds.), Changing structures in modern legal systems and the legal state ideology, Rechtstheorie, Beiheft (pp. 249-267). Berlin, Germany: Duncker & Humblot.

  • Bayefsky, A. F. (1997). The UN human rights regime: Is it effective? Proceedings of the 91st Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law (pp. 466-472). Washington, DC: The American Society of International Law. This material can be found here.

  • Bayefsky, A. F. (1997). The United Nations and the protection of human rights. In B. Galligan & C. Sampford (Eds.), Rethinking human rights. (pp. 74-86). Sydney, Australia: The Federation Press.

  • Bayefsky, A. F. (1998). Enforcing international human rights law. Canadian Centre for Foreign Policy Development Papers, 6(1), 117-126.

  • Bayefsky, A. F. (1999). The legacy of the universal declaration of human rights. ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law, 5, 261-265.

  • Bayefsky, A. F. (2001). The UN human rights treaty system, universality at the crossroads. The Hague, Netherlands: Kluwer Law International. This material can be found here.

  • Bayefsky, A. F. (2002). Responses to the recent terrorist attacks on the U.S. ILSA Journal of International and Comparative Law, 8(2), 349-352. This material can be found here.

  • Bayefsky, A. F., & Doyle, M. W. (1999). Emergency return: Principles and guidelines. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University.

  • Bayefsky, A. F., & Fitzpatrick, J. (1992). International human rights law in United States courts: A comparative perspective. Michigan Journal of International Law, 14(1), 1-89.

  • Bayefsky, A. F., & Cohen, M. (1983). The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and public international law. Canadian Bar Review, 61(1), 265-313.

  • Berman, M. (2015). Portals to practice: A multidimensional approach to integrating experiential education into the traditional law school curriculum. Journal of Experiential Learning, 1(1) [Article 10]. This material can be found here.

  • Bilsky, L., Citron, R., & Davidson, N. R. (2014). From Kiobel back to structural reform: The hidden legacy of Holocaust restitution litigation. Stanford Journal of Complex Litigation, 2, 138-184. This material can be found here.

  • Blum, K., Chemerinsky, E., & Schwartz, M. A. (2013). Qualified immunity developments: Not much hope left for plaintiffs. Touro Law Review, 29(3), 633-658. This material can be found here.

  • Breger, M. L., Kennedy, D. A., Zuccardy, J., & Elkins, L. H. (2013). New York law of domestic violence (3rd ed.). St. Paul, MN: Thomson-Reuters.

  • Cassidy, R. (2016). Scalia on abortion: Originalism... But, why? Touro Law Review, 32(4), 741-746. This material can be found here.

  • Cimini, C., Corrada, R., Burleson, M., Berman, M., Brown, C. C., & Kruse, K. (2015). Creative initiatives at U.S. law schools. In Experience the future: Papers from the Second National Symposium on Experiential Education in Law: Alliance for Experiential Learning in Law. Elon Law Review, 7(1), 57-88. This material can be found here.

  • Citron, R. (2012). A demanding boss. Touro Law Review, 28, 555.

  • Citron, R. (2012). The case of the retired justice: How would Justice John Paul Stevens have voted in Nicastro v. McIntyre? South Carolina Law Review, 63, 643.

  • Citron, R. (2013). A life in the law: An interview with Drew Days. Touro Law Review. This material can be found here.

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