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Dorothea Beane - Publications

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Professor of Law and Co-Director, Institute for Caribbean Law and Policy

B.A., Drew University
J.D., Rutgers - The State University of New Jersey, Newark

Courses:
Civil Procedure, Federal Government Litigation Internship, International Law Human Rights Seminar, Pre-Trial Practice, State Litigation Internship


Eugenic Sterilization: A Most Dangerous Phoenix Legislative and Constitutional Analysis, (Work in Progress)

Catching the Chameleon: When Is the Treating Physician an Expert? 51 Fed. Law. 4 (May 2004) (co-authored with Professor Theodore E. Karatinos).

Assembly of States Parties Elects Eighteen Judges to the International Criminal Court, ASIL Intl. Orgs. Bull. 2 (Spring 2003).

Human Rights in Transition: Freedom from Fear, 6 Wash. & Lee Race, Ethnic & Ancestry L.J. 1 (2000).

Counterclaims, Cross-Claims and Third Party Claims, in Federal Practice Guide: Federal Civil Procedure before Trial vol. 2, ch. 12 (Laws. Cooperative).

After the Dusko Tadic War Crimes Trial: A Commentary on the Applicability of the Grave Breaches Provisions of the 1949 Geneva Conventions, 27 Stetson L. Rev. 589 (1997).

Pleading and Disclosure of Damages in Federal Courts: No Cat and Mouse Game, 3 Fed. Discovery News (Mar. 1997).

The International Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia: A Progress Report, The Irish Law Times, Dublin, Ireland (October and November 1996) (Co-Authored with Liz Heffernan)

The Yugoslav Tribunal and Deferral of National Prosecutions of War Criminals, ASIL Insight, No 13, October 1996

Inadvertent Disclosure of Attorney-Client Privileged Material: Putting the Horse Back in the Barn,69 FLA B. J. 57 (1995)

AIDS Crisis and the Health Care Community: Public Concerns Triggering Questionable Private Rights of Action for Emotional Harms and Legislative Response, 45 Mercer law Rev. 633 (1994)

Are Government Employees Proper Qui Tam Plaintiffs? 14 Journal of Legal Medicine 1993

Agenda EEO . . . A Basic Understanding, Published for the Association For the Improvement of Minorities, March 1992

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