“Claiming Queer Liberty”

  • International and Comparative Law
  • Human Rights
Berkely Journal of International Law
2023

The Rights of Refugees Under International Law

  • International and Comparative Law
  • Human Rights
2021

“Series Editor’s Preface”

  • Human Rights
The Global Governed?: Refugees as Providers of Protection and Assistance
2020

“Assigning Protection: Can Refugee Rights and State Preferences be Reconciled?”

  • Human Rights
Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics
2019

“Dialog About a New Asylum System”

  • Human Rights
Asiel & Migrantenrecht
2018

“Introduction to Special Feature: Eighth Colloquium on Challenges in International Refugee Law”

  • International and Comparative Law
  • Human Rights
Michigan Journal of International Law
2018

Review of Refuge: Transforming a Broken Refugee System by Alexander Betts and Paul Collier

  • Human Rights
International Journal of Refugee Law
2018

“The Global Cop-Out on Refugees”

  • Human Rights
International Journal of Refugee Law
2018

“The Michigan Guidelines on Refugee Freedom of Movement”

  • Human Rights
Michigan Journal of International Law
2017

Introduction to Michigan Journal of International Law

  • International and Comparative Law
  • Human Rights
Michigan Journal of International Law
2016

“A Global Solution to a Global Refugee Crisis”

  • Human Rights
European Papers
2016

“Should We Presume State Protection?”

  • Human Rights
Refuge
2016

“What is the Meaning of State Protection in Refugee Law?: A Debate”

  • Human Rights
International Journal of Refugee Law
2016

“The Michigan Guidelines on Risk for Reasons of Political Opinion”

  • Human Rights
Michigan Journal of International Law
2016

“Non-Refoulement in a World of Cooperative Deterrence”

  • International and Comparative Law
  • Human Rights
Columbia Journal of Transnational Law
2015

The Law of Refugee Status

  • Human Rights
2014

“Food Deprivation: A Basis for Refugee Status?”

  • Human Rights
Social Research
2014

Introduction to Michigan Journal of International Law

  • Human Rights
Michigan Journal of International Law
2013

Human Rights and Refugee Law

  • Human Rights
2013

“Roundtable on the Future of Refugee Convention Supervision”

  • Human Rights
Journal of Refugee Studies
2013

“Reconceiving Refugee Law as Human Rights Protection”

  • Human Rights
Human Rights in the Twenty-First Century: A Global Challenge
2013

“Supervising the Refugee Convention”

  • Human Rights
Journal of Refugee Studies
2013

“Refugees and Asylum”

  • Human Rights
Foundations of International Migration Law
2012

“E.U. Accountability to International Law: The Case of Asylum”

  • International and Comparative Law
  • Human Rights
Michigan Journal of International Law
2011

“Queer Cases Make Bad Law”

  • Human Rights
New York University Journal of International Law and Politics
2011

“Leveraging Asylum”

  • Human Rights
Texas International Law Journal
2010

“Pourquoi protéger de l’«arbitraire»?”

  • Human Rights
Annales de Droit de Louvain
2009

“The Human Rights Quagmire of ‘Human Trafficking’ ”

  • Human Rights
Virginia Journal of International Law
2008

“Forced Migration Studies: Could We Agree Just to ‘Date’?”

  • Human Rights
Journal of Refugee Studies
2007

“Why Refugee Law Still Matters”

  • Human Rights
Melbourne Journal of International Law
2007

“Refugee Solution, or Solutions to Refugeehood?”

  • Human Rights
Refuge
2007

“The Michigan Guidelines on Protection Elsewhere”

  • Human Rights
Michigan Journal of International Law
2007

“(Debate) Rejoinder”

  • Human Rights
Journal of Refugee Studies
2007

“The False Panacea of Offshore Deterrence”

  • Human Rights
Forced Migration Review
2006

“Refugees’ Human Rights and the Challenge of Political Will”

  • Human Rights
Law Quadrangle Notes
2006

“The Right of States to Repatriate Former Refugees”

  • Human Rights
Ohio State Journal of Dispute Resolution
2005

“Is there a Subjective Element in the Refugee Convention’s Requirement of ‘Well-Founded Fear’?”

  • Human Rights
Michigan Journal of International Law
2005

The Rights of Refugees Under International Law

  • International and Comparative Law
  • Human Rights
2005

“The Michigan Guidelines on Well-Founded Fear”

  • Human Rights
Michigan Journal of International Law
2005

Review of Rethinking Refugee Law

  • Human Rights
American Journal of International Law
2004

“The Role of State Protection in Refugee Analysis (Discussion Paper No. 2 Advanced Refugee Law Workshop International Association of Refugee Law Judges Auckland, New Zealand, October 2002)”

  • Human Rights
International Journal of Refugee Law
2003

“A Forum for the Transnational Development of Refugee Law: The IARLJ’s Advanced Refugee Law Workshop”

  • Human Rights
International Journal of Refugee Law
2003

“Internal Protection/Relocation/Flight Alternative as an Aspect of Refugee Status Determination”

  • Human Rights
Refugee Protection in International Law: UNHCR’s Global Consultations on International Protection
2003

“Membership of a Particular Social Group (Discussion Paper No. 4 Advanced Refugee Law Workshop International Association of Refugee Law Judges Auckland, New Zealand, October 2002)”

  • Human Rights
International Journal of Refugee Law
2003

“What’s in a Label?”

  • Human Rights
European Journal of Migration and Law
2003

“Claims to Refugee Status Based on Voluntary but Protected Actions (Discussion Paper No. 1 Advanced Refugee Law Workshop International Association of Refugee Law Judges Auckland, New Zealand, October 2002)”

  • Human Rights
International Journal of Refugee Law
2003

“The Causal Connection (‘Nexus’) to a Convention Ground (Discussion Paper No. 3 Advanced Refugee Law Workshop International Association of Refugee Law Judges Auckland, New Zealand, October 2002)”

  • Human Rights
International Journal of Refugee Law
2003

“Who Should Watch Over Refugee Law?”

  • Human Rights
Forced Migration Review
2002

“The Michigan Guidelines on Nexus to a Convention Ground”

  • Human Rights
Michigan Journal of International Law
2002

“The Causal Nexus in International Refugee Law”

  • International and Comparative Law
  • Human Rights
Michigan Journal of International Law
2002