Prof. Jootaek Lee’s new article on peace regime on the Korean peninsula is published on ICL Journal: Vienna Journal on Int’l Constitutional Law with De Gruyte

March 10, 2020.  Professor Lee’s new paper attempts to find the most-realistic definition for a regime to provide an ultimate peace on the Korean peninsula. Further, the article suggests how to reach the newly defined peace regime on the Korean peninsula and the obstacles to overcome to reach this peace regime, including: (1) Denuclearization; and … Continue reading Prof. Jootaek Lee’s new article on peace regime on the Korean peninsula is published on ICL Journal: Vienna Journal on Int’l Constitutional Law with De Gruyte

Prof. John Oberdiek co-edited the OUP volume, Civil Wrongs and Justice in Private Law

March 4, 2020.  Civil Wrongs and Justice in Private Law is a collection of new essays from a wide array of leading scholars in private law theory.   It was co-edited by Professor Oberdiek, who also contributed a chapter entitled, “It’s Something Personal: On the Relationality of Duty and Civil Wrongs.”  Newly-hired incoming Rutgers Law Professor … Continue reading Prof. John Oberdiek co-edited the OUP volume, Civil Wrongs and Justice in Private Law