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The Statutory President
(Iowa Law Review, 2005)
American public law has no answer to the question of how a court should evaluate the president's assertion of statutory authority. In this Article, I develop an answer by making two arguments. First, the same framework of ...
Authorizations for the Use of Force, International Law, and the "Charming Betsy" Canon
(Boston College Law Review, 2005)
Although international law has figured prominently in many disputes around actions of the U.S. military, the precise relationship between international law and the President's war powers has gone largely unexplored. This ...