Articles and book chapters by
Anthony D’Amato

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New Approaches to Customary International Law, 2011

Power, Law, Actors, and the View from New Haven, 2010 SSRN Link

The Coerciveness of International Law, 2010 pdf

A Few Steps toward an Explanatory Theory of International Law (2010) Word

Softness in International Law, EJIL 2009 Word

A Proposal for Breaking the Israel-Palestine Deadlock, Jurist 10/28/09

Customary International Law video, 2009/Realplayer

Human Rights and Enforcement video, 2009/Realplayer

The Sources of International Law video, 2009/Realplayer

Hamas, the Gaza War, and Accountability Under International Law, 6/15/09

The Two Koreas: The Armistice and the Boundary, Jurist, 6/1/09

Obama Has Duty To Go After War Criminals, 2008 Word

Are We Forgetting the Kurds? 8/4/08 Word

Why is International Law Binding? 2008 Word

International Soft Law, Hard Law, and Coherence, 2008 Word

International Law as a Unitary System, 2008 Word

Independence for Kosovo? Jurist, 6/16/07 Bepress link Word

International Law from a Machiavellian Perspective, in Clinton, D.W.ed.,
inThe Realist Tradition and Contemporary International Relations (2007) Word

Kosovo: The UN Plans a Human Rights Disaster, Jurist 3/27/07; also in
17, no. 2, Survey of East European Law, 1-3 (2007) Word

True Confessions? The Amazing Tale of Khalid Shaikh Mohammed Jurist 3/16/07 Word

Defenses to War Crimes : A Conceptual Overview, 2/07 (SSRN) Word

International Humanitarian Law: Prospects, edited by John Carey et al. (v. 3 of series), Foreword, pp. xi-xii (Transnational, 2006) Word

On the Legitimacy of International Institutions, 12/06, SSRN Word

Israel's Borders under International Law, 12/06, SSRN Word

Bolton in Sheep's Clothing, Jurist 11/20/06 Word

Pyongyang and Proliferation: The UN North Korea Resolution, Jurist 10/17/06 Word

The UN Mideast Ceasefire Resolution Paragraph-by-Paragraph, Jurist 8/13/06 Word

Israel's new ground offensive and the UN peacekeeping plan, Jurist 8/9/06 Word

A proposed UN resolution on the Middle East, Jurist 8/7/06 Bepress link Word

The Draft UN Middle East Ceasefire Resolution, Jurist 8/6/06 Word

The Need for a Theory of International Law, SSRN, 4/5/06 Word

Qana, War Crimes, and the Pending UN Resolution on Lebanon, Jurist 7/31/06 Word

War Crimes and the Mideast Conflict, Jurist, July 24, 2006 Word

International Law Aspects of the Mideast 'War', Jurist, July 18, 2006 Word

Using Nuclear Weapons against Iran? Jurist Hotline, 2/4/06 Bepress link

International Law as an Autopoietic System, pp.335-399
Developments of International Law in Treaty Making, Springer, 2005

International Humanitarian Law: Challenges, edited by John Carey et al. (v. 2 of series), Foreword, pp. xiii-xviii (Transnational, 2004) Word

The West Bank Wall: Part I: Jurisdiction; Part 2: Merits in Jurist, 2-24-04 & 3-2-04

International Humanitarian Law: Origins, ed. by J. Carey et al, (v.1 of series), Foreword pp.xvii-ix (Transnational, 2003)

Trying Saddam: The Iraqi Special Tribunal for Crimes against Humanity, Jurist, Dec. 15, 2003

International Law, in The Oxford Companion to American Law, pp. 423-427 (Oxford University Press, 2002)

Debate: The Legal Boundaries of Israel in International Law, Jurist Forum, 2002

Debate: The Crime of Aggression: What Is It and Why Doesn't the U.S. Want the International Criminal Court to Punish it? Jurist Forum, 2001

There is No Norm of Intervention or Non-Intervention in International Law,
7 International Legal Theory 33-40 (2001) Word

Why It's Not Wise to Assassinate bin Laden, Chicago Tribune, Oct. 28 (2001)

Observations on the Forthcoming Milosevic Trial (2001) Jurist Forum

International Law and Regulation of the Internet, 89 Kentucky LJ 575-579 (2001) Word

International Law, Cybernetics, and Cyberspace, in Computer Network Attack and International Law
(Naval War College International Law Studies, v.76)

On Genocide, In International Law across the Spectrum of Conflict: Essays in honor of L.C. Green
(Naval War College International Law Studies, v.75) Word

Defending a Person Charged with Genocide, 1 Chicago Journal of International Law 459-469 (2000) Word

A Brief Review of the Indictment against Milosevic and Others of 27 May 1999 33 (10) United Nations Law Reports 133-136 (June 1999) Also in 5 International Peacekeeping 91-93 (1999) Word

International Law and Kosovo, 33 United Nations Law Reports 112-114 (1999).Word Republished in International Law and Kosovo, vol. 2, special supplement Translex: Transnational Law Exchange 1-2 (May 1999) Included in International Law and Cooperation: Readings for Lecture: International Law and the Use of Force'

Globalizing Adoption: Linking Children and Adoptive Parents, 116 Christian Century 668-669 (1999)

National Prosecution for International Crimes, in 3 M.C.Bassiouni (ed.), International
Criminal Law, 3rd ed.(2008)

Megatrends in the Use of Force, in The Law of Armed Conflict: Into the Next Millenium
(Naval War College International Law Studies, Volume 71) 1-16 (1998) Word

Customary International Law: A Reformulation, 4 International Legal Theory 1-6 (1998)
The rest of this issue was devoted to responses to this article.

Law and War: A Doctrine of Deterrence, 35 UN Chronicle 52-53 (1998)

Cross-Country Adoption: A Call to Action, 73 Notre Dame LR 1239 (1998) (Propter Honoris Respectum issue honoring Professor Mary Ann Glendon) Word

"Genocide": Contribution to a panel discussion, with Richard Goldstone, Michael Scharf, and Ed Vulliamy (Accounting for Atrocities Conference, Oct. 1998)

Strong Opinions on Human Rights, Chapter 10 in  Collected Papers, vol.2: International Law Studies (1997)

Purposeful Ambiguity as International Legal Strategy: The Two China Problem, in Jerzy Makarczyk (ed.) Theory of International Law at the Threshold of the 21st Century 109-121 (1996) Word

Human Rights as Part of Customary International Law: A Plea for Change of Paradigms, 25 Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law 47-98 (1995/96) Word

Israel's Air Strike against the Osiraq Reactor: A Retrospective, 10 Temple International and Comparative LJ 259-264 (1996) Word

The Moral and Legal Basis for Sanctions, 19 Fletcher Forum 19 (1995) Word

World Conferences and the Cheapening of International Norms, St. Louis-Warsaw Transatlantic LJ 9 (1995) Word

The Path of International Law, 1 Journal of International Legal Studies 1 (1995) Word

Old Approaches to International Law, 36 Harvard International LJ 509 (1995) Word

Peace vs. Accountability in Bosnia, 88 AJIL 500 (1994) Word

International Criminal Law and the Macro-Micro Problem, 15 Nova LR 343 (1991)

Whales: Their Emerging Right to Life (with Sudhir K. Chopra), 85 AJIL 21 (1991) Word

It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's Jus Cogens! 6 Connecticut Journal of International Law 1 (1991) Word

Torture as Raison D'État, 10 Criminal Justice Ethics 40 (1991)

The Law of War—Selected Proceedings, 15 So. Ill. U.L.J. 563 (1991)

Do We Owe a Duty to Future Generations to Preserve the Global Environment?
84 AJIL 190 (1990) Word

The Invasion of Panama was a Lawful Response to Tyranny, 84 AJIL 516 (1990) Word

The Imposition of Attorney Sanctions for Claims Arising from the U.S. Air Raid on Libya,
84 AJIL 705 (1990) Word

International Human Rights at the Close of the Twentieth Century, 22 International Lawyer 167 (1988) Word

International Law in the Public Forum: The New York Times and the Libyan Chemical Weapons Plant, 83 AJIL 527 (1989) Word

What Does It Mean to be an Internationalist? 10 Michigan JL of International Law 102 (1989)

The Relation of the Individual to the State in the Era of Human Rights, 24 Texas Journal of International Law 1 (1989) (Reprinted in Gibney, Mark, ed., World Justice? U.S. Courts and International Human Rights 161 (1991) Word

Is International Law Part of Natural Law? 9 Vera Lex 8 (1989). Word

Custom and Treaty: A Response to Professor Weisburd, 21 Vanderbilt JL of Transnational Law 459 (1988); A Brief Rejoinder, 21 Vanderbilt JL of Transrnational Law 489 (1988)

The Theory of Customary International Law, 82 American Society of International Law Proceedings 242 (1988) Word

The Alien Tort Statute and the Founding of the Constitution, 82 AJIL 62 (1988) Word

State Responsibility for the Exportation of Nuclear Power Technology (with Kirsten Engel), 74 Virginia LR 1011 (1988) Word

United States Experience at the International Court of Justice, (with M.E. O'Connell) in L.F. Damrosch, ed., The International Court of Justice at a Crossroads 403 (1987)

Trashing Customary International Law, 81 AJIL 101 (1987) Word

The President and International Law: A Missing Dimension, 81 AJIL 375 (1987) Word

Superior Orders vs. Command Responsibility, 80 AJIL 604 (1986)

The World Court, 80 American Society of International Law Proceedings 214 (1986) Word

The Authority of the United States Executive to Interpret, Articulate or Violate the Norms of International Law, 80 American Society of International Law Proceedings 297 (1986) Word

Address on Terrorism and International Law, 8 Whittier LR 789 (1986)

The United States Should Accept, by a New Declaration, the General Compulsory Jurisdiction of the World Court, 80 AJIL 331 (1986) Word

Sorting Out the World Court's Role in Compulsory Jurisdiction, in A.C. Arend, ed., The United States and the Compulsory Jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice 227 (1986)

Modifying U.S. Acceptance of the Compulsory Jurisdiction of the World Court, 79 AJIL 385 (1985) Word

Should the United States Reconsider Its Acceptance of World Court Jurisdiction? 79 American Society of International Law Proceedings 95 (1985) Word

Judge Bork's Concept of the Law of Nations is Seriously Mistaken, 79 AJIL 92 (1985) together with Professor Rubin's Reply Does Not Live Up to Its Title, 79 AJIL 112 (1985) Word

Is International Law Really "Law"? 79 NwLR 1293 (1985) Word

Nicaragua and International Law: The "Academic" and the "Real", 79 AJIL 657 (1985) Word

The Law-Generating Mechanisms of the Law of the Sea Conferences and Convention, in J.M. Van Dyke, ed., Consensus and Confrontation: The United States and the Law of the Sea Convention 125 (1985)

The Enforcement of Norms and Rules with Respect to Nonparties, in J.M. Van Dyke, ed., Consensus and Confrontation: The United States and the Law of the Sea Convention 488 (1985)

The Purposive Dimension of International Law, 9 Brooklyn Journal of International Law 311 (1983) Word

An Alternative to the Law of the Sea Convention, 77 AJIL 281 (1983) Word

Israel's Air Strike upon the Iraqi Nuclear Reactor, 77 AJIL 584 (1983) Word

What "Counts" as Law? in Law-Making in the Global Community 83 (Nicholas G. Onuf, ed., 1982) Word

Israel and Palestine: Assault on the Law of Nations, 91 Yale LJ 1725 (1982) Word

The Concept of Human Rights in International Law, 82 Columbia LR 1110 (1982) Word

Professor Nagel's Reflections on Cardozo, 2 Cardozo LR 589 (1981)

Comment on Professor Falk's Remarks, 75 Proceedings of the American Society of International Law 279 (1981)

Theory and Reality in International Law, 75 Proceedings of the American Society of International Law 140 (1981)

Contemporary Views of the Sources of International Law: The Effect of U.S. Resolutions on Emerging Legal Norms, 73 Proceedings of the American Society of International Law 300 (1979)

Are Human Rights Good for International Business? 1 Northwestern Journal of International Law and Business 22 (1979) Word

International Law and Rawls' Theory of Justice, 5 Denver Journal of International Law 525 (1975) Word

An Overview of the Problem, in Who Protects The Ocean? 1 (John L. Hargrove ed. 1975)

The Relevance of Machiavelli to Contemporary World Politics, Chapter 9 in Parel, ed., The Political Calculus (1972)

The American Constitution and the Air War, in the Air War in Indochina 113 (Raphael Littauer & Norman Uphoff eds. 1972), reprinted in 9 Transaction (July 1972) and 142 Current (July 1972).

Written Statement of the International League for the Rights of Man Filed with the International Court of Justice in the Namibia Question (with Arthur W. Rovine), 4 New York University Journal of International Law & Politics 335 (1971)

The Content of International Law as Psychological Data, 10 Columbia Journal of Transnational Law 66 (1971)

The Authoritativeness of Custom in International Law, 53 Rivista di Diritto Internazionale 491 (1970)

Manifest Intent and the Generation by Treaty of Customary Rules of International Law, 64 AJIL 892 (1970) Word

The Massachusetts Antiwar Bill, 42 NY State Bar Journal 639 (1970) Word

On Consensus, 8 Canadian Yearbook of International Law 104 (1970)

Against the Crime of Silence; On Genocide, 57 California LR 1033 (1969)

The Interpretation of Treaties, 63 Proceedings of the American Society of International Law 135 (1969)

War Crimes and Vietnam: The "Nuremberg Defense" and the Military Service Resister, 57 California LR 1055 (1969) Word

Consent, Estoppel, and Reasonableness: Three Challenges to Universal International Law, 10 Virginia Journal of International Law 1 (1969) Word

The Concept of Special Custom in International Law, 63 AJIL 211 (1969) Word

Vietnam and Public International Law, 2 Vanderbilt International LR 100 (1969) Word

Wanted: A Comprehensive Theory of Custom in International Law, 4 Texas International Law Forum 28 (1968) Word

Psychological Constructs in Foreign Policy Prediction, 11 Journal of Conflict Resolution 294 (1967) Word

Legal and Political Strategies of the South West Africa Litigation, 4 Law in Transition 8 (1967)

Legal Aspects of the French Nuclear Tests, 61 AJIL 66 (1967) Word

The Inductive Approach Revisited, 6 The Indian Journal of International Law 509 (1966) Word

The Bantustan Proposals for South-West Africa, 4 The Journal of Modern African Studies 177 (1966)

Apartheid in South West Africa: Five Claims of Equality, 1 Portia LJ 59 (1966)

The Neo-Positivist Concept of International Law, 59 AJIL 321 (1965) Word

Treaties as a Source of General Rules of International Law, 3 (no.2) Harvard International LJ 1 (1962) Word


Legal Realism Explains Nothing, 1 Washington University Jurisprudence Rev. (2009) 1-20 Word

The FBI's New Guidelines, Jurist 10/7/08 Word

A New (and Better) Interpretation of Holmes's Prediction Theory of Law, 2008, SSRN Link Word

Contested Morality: Judge Posner on Infanticide, Slavery, Suttee, Female Genital Mutilation,
and the Holocaust
, 2008, SSRN Link Word

Natural Law - A Libertarian View, 2008 Word

Waterboarding: The Key Question for Mukasey, Jurist 10/19/07 Word

A Quick Primer on Logic and Rationality, SSRN, 6/2/06 Word

Porn Up, Rape Down, SSRN, 6/23/06 Word

Why Be Fair When You Can Have Welfare? (August 2003). Public Law and Legal Theory Papers. Working Paper 23. Bepress Legal Repository Word

The Effect of Legal Theories on Judicial Decisions, 74 Chicago-Kent LR 517-527 (1999) Word

Indeterminacy, in  The Philosophy of Law: An Encyclopedia, C. B. Gray, ed. pp. 398-400, (Garland Reference Library of the Humanities, v.1743) Garland Publishing, (1999)

Justice, in  The Philosophy of Law: An Encyclopedia, C. B. Gray, ed. pp. 465-467, (Garland Reference Library of the Humanities, v.1743) Garland Publishing, (1999)

Legal and Moral Dimensions of Churchill's Failure to Warn, 20 Cardozo LR 561-567 (1998) Based on remarks at Cardozo Symposium The Holocaust: Moral & Legal Issues Unresolved 50 Years Later. Word

The Injustice of Dynamic Statutory Interpretation, 64 University of Cincinnati LR 911-935 (1996) Word

Post-Revolutionary Law and Economics, 20 Hofstra LR 757 (1992) Word

On the Connection between Law and Justice, 26 U.C. Davis LR 527 (1993) Word

Disobbedienza civile, Enciclopedia della Scienze Sociali, vol. 3, p.169 (1993)

Counterintuitive Consequences of "Plain Meaning", 33 Arizona LR 529 (1991) Word

Harmful Speech and the Culture of Indeterminacy, 32 Wm and Mary LR 329 (1991) Word

Aspects of Deconstruction: The Failure of the Word "Bird", 84 NwLR 536 (1990) Word

Aspects of Deconstruction: Refuting Indeterminacy with One Bold Thought, 85 NwLR 113 (1990) Word

Aspects of Deconstruction: The "Easy Case" of the Under-aged President, 84 NwLR 250 (1990) Word

Aspects of Deconstruction: Thought Control in Xanadu, 84 NwLR 1086 (1990) Word

The Ultimate Injustice: When A Court Misstates the Facts, 11 Cardozo LR 1313 (1990) Word

A New Political Truth: Exposure to Sexually Violent Materials Causes Sexual Violence, 31 William and Mary LR 575 (1990) Word

Pragmatic Indeterminacy, 85 NwLR 148 (1990) Word

As Gregor Samsa Awoke One Morning from Uneasy Dreams He Found Himself Transformed into an Economic Analyst of Law, 83 NwLR 1012 (1989) together with Gregor Samsa Replies by undisclosed author Richard A. Posner. Word

Self-Regulation of Judicial Misconduct Could be Mis-Regulation, 89 Michigan LR 609 (1990) Word

Can Legislatures Constrain Judicial Interpretation of Statutes? 75 Virginia LR 561 (1989) Word

Can Any Legal Theory Constrain Any Judicial Decision? 43 University of Miami LR 513 (1989) Word

Censorship, American Bar Association Journal, May 1989, p. 42.

The Moral Dilemma of Positivism, 20 Valparaiso University LR 43 (1985) Word

Whither Jurisprudence? 6 Cardozo LR 971 (1985) Word

Is Equality A Totally Empty Idea? 81 Michigan LR 600 (1983) Word

Legal Uncertainty, 71 California LR 1 (1983) Word

Three Models of Legal Ethics, 27 St. Louis Univ. LJ 761 (1983) Word

Lon Fuller and Substantive Natural Law, 26 American Journal of Jurisprudence 202 (1981) Word

Ethics at the Edge of Life, 2 Cardozo LR 655 (1981)

Professor Nagel's Reflections on Cardozo, 2 Cardozo Law Review 589 (1981)

The Speluncean Explorers-Further Proceedings, 32 Stanford LR 467 (1980) Word

Judicial Legislation, 1 Cardozo LR 63 (1979) Word

Disqualification of Counsel: The Westinghouse Litigation, 61 Chicago Bar Record 88 (1979) Word

Comment: Professor Posner's Lecture on Privacy, 12 Georgia LR 497 (1978)

The Limits of Legal Realism, 87 Yale LJ 468 (1978) Word

Can/Should Computers Replace Judges? 11 Georgia LR 1277 (1977) Word

Obligation to Obey the Law: A Study of the Death of Socrates, 49 Southern California LR 1079 (1976) Word

Towards a Reconciliation of Positivism and Naturalism: A Cybernetic Approach to a Problem of Jurisprudence,14 Western Ontario LR 171 (1975)

The "Bad Samaritan" Paradigm, 70 Northwestern University LR 798 (1976) Word

The Functions of Oral Argument in the U.S. Supreme Court, 62 The Quarterly Jl of Speech 410 (1976)

Elmer's Rule: A Jurisprudential Dialogue, 60 Iowa LR 1129 (1975) Word

The Impact of Impact Statements upon Agency Responsibility: A Prescriptive Analysis (with James Baxter), 59 Iowa LR 195 (1973)

Politics of Ecosuicide, in The Politics of Ecosuicide 1 (Leslie Roos, ed., 1971)

Environmental Degradation and Legal Action, 26 Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 24 (1970)

The Relation of Theories of Jurisprudence to International Politics and Law, 27 Washington and Lee LR 257 (1970) Word

Machiavelli's View of International Law, 5 Justinian Law Journal 31 (1970)


The Interdisciplinary Turn in Legal Education, 12/06, SSRN Word

Rethinking Legal Education, 74 Marquette LR 1 (1990)

International Law in the Curriculum, 2 Pace Yearbook of International Law 83 (1990)

The Decline and Fall of Law Teaching in the Age of Student Consumerism, 37 Journal of Legal Education 461 (1987)

The Ultimate Critical Legal Studies Article: A Fissiparous Analysis, 37 Journal of Legal Education 369 (1987)

Public International Law as a Career, 1 American University Journal of International Law and Policy 5 (1986)

In Memoriam: Brunson MacChesney, 73 Northwestern Law Review 987 (1979)

Watergate and Legal Education: A Comment, 27 Journal of Legal Education 592 (1976)


Complaint in Rosen v. Japan, Sept.4, 2001

Lead Counsel for Plaintiff, Serbian Orthodox Church v. William Jefferson Clinton, US Dist. Ct., N.D. Illinois, Eastern Div., 1999. (U.S. military operations in Federal Republic of Yugoslavia)

Brief in Extradition Case, US v. Lindstrom

[ICTY v. Dr. Milan Kovacevic] Defending the Indefensible, by Tina Rosenberg, NYT Magazine, April 19, 1998

The Frolova Case, in Contemporary Issues in International Law: Essays in Honor of Louis B. Sohn, p.89 (1984)

The Frolova Case: A Practitioner's View, 1 New York Law School Human Rights Annual 33 (1983) Word

Assyrian Case for Autonomy (1982)

Brief for Constitutional Lawyers' Committee on Undeclared War as Amicus Curiae, Massachusetts v. Laird, 17 Wayne LR 67 (1971) Word

Massachusetts in the Federal Courts: The Constitutionality of the Vietnam War, 4 Journal of Law Reform 11 (1970) Word


Review of the ICJ Order of June 2, 1999 in the Illegality of Use of Force Case

Too Much Late-night buffoonery at Robert Blake's expense, Chicago Tribune, March 30, 2005


Letters to the New York Times:
On Iraq, Bush's Forces Are Split, Aug. 17, 2002
Young Refugees, Apr. 25, 1999.
Protect Simpson Children's Rights Too, Nov. 3, 1994.
International Law Won't Shield Libyan Agents, Mar. 3, 1992.
New Baby M Decision Will Breed Confusion, Feb. 18, 1988.
Surrogate Motherhood Should be Privatized, Mar. 3, 1987.
U.S. Needs a New Commitment to World Court, Feb. 1, 1986 (with Keith Highet).
A Treaty Obligation at the World Court, Feb. 4, 1985.
Law of the Sea, Dec. 29, 1982.
Intervention in Grenada, Oct. 30, 1982.
William Calley Case, Apr. 14, 1971.

Review of Human Rights of Women, edited by Rebecca J. Cook, 89 AJIL 840 (1995) Word

Right v. Might: International Law and the Use of Force, 85 AJIL 201 (1991) Word

Millions for Memorials But Not a Penny for Something Useful, Op- Ed, Chicago
Tribune, Feb. 9, 1990, p. 19 col. 1 (on Wallenberg case).

Art, the American Flag, and our Culture of Freedom, Op-Ed, Chicago Tribune, Mar.
8, 1989, p. 17 col. 1.

Legislatures, Courts Should Butt Out, Guest Column, USA Today, Apr. 2, 1987,
p. 10A, col. 2 (on "Baby M" case).

Dissent Protected—and the Right to Gloss over History, Guest Column, Chicago
Sun-Times, July 3, 1989, p. 14, col. 1 (on Flag-burning case).

Correspondence and Reply: Michael Akehurst and Anthony D'Amato, 80 AJIL 147 (1986)

Response to W. Michael Reisman' Editorial "Has the International Court Exceeded its Jurisdiction", 80 AJIL 942 (1986)

Maarten Bos: A Methodology of International Law, 9 Maryland Journal of International Law and Trade (1985)

Human Rights, European Politics, and the Helsinki Accord, 78 AJIL 960 (1984) Word

Rethinking the Sources of International Law, 78 AJIL 937 (1984) Word

The Practice of Japan in International Law, 1961-1970, 78 AJIL 733 (1984) Word

The Structure and Process of International Law: Essays in Legal Philosophy Doctrine and Theory, 34 Journal of Legal Education 747 (1984)

Essays on the Development of the International Legal Order, 76 AJIL 188 (1982) Word

United States Legislation on Foreign Relations and International Commerce 71 AJIL 200 (1978)

E.B.F. Midgley: The Natural Law Tradition and the Theory of International
, 72 American Political Science Review 804 (1978).

Philip C. Jessup: The Price of International Justice, 69 American Political Science Review 375 (1975).

Edgar Bodenheimer: Power, Law, and Society, A Study of the Will to Power and
the Will to Law
, Washington University Law Quarterly 375 (1974)

What Washington Said: Administration Rhetoric and the Vietnam War, 68
American Journal of International Law 793 (1974)

H.W.A. Thirlway: International Customary Law and Codification, 67 AJIL 357 (1973)

Gwendolyn B. Folsom: Legislative History, 67 American Journal of International Law 603 (1973).

Lesotho, Botswana, and Swaziland, 63 American Political Science Review 241 (1969).

B.S. Murty, Propaganda and World Public Order, 62 American Political Science
Review 1392 (1968).

International Law--Content and Function: A Review, 11 Journal of Conflict Resolution 504 (1967)

Shapiro: Law and Politics in the Supreme Court 53 California LR 713 (1965)

Review of Myres S. McDougal and Associates, Studies in World Public Order, 75 Harvard LR 458 (1961) Word


Hedge Funds Race to the Bottom: Letter, June, 2008

Cary Grant: A Biography, by Marc Eliot: Book Review, Senses of Cinema, 2005

The Contribution of the Infield Fly Rule to Western Civilization (and Vice Versa),
100 Northwestern University Law Review (Centennial Issue) 189-200 (2006) Word doc Bepress link

Legal Status of Nonhuman Animals (featured in panel discussions II and III of
5th Annual Conference on Animals and the Law), 8 Animal Law 19-60 (2002)

Secrecy in Courts, 6 The Long Term View: A Journal of Informed Opinion 23-25 (2003)

Words and Music, paper presented at Kaplan Center, March 6, 2000 Code A002

Brave New Scholarship, 49 Journal of Legal Education 143-149 (1999)

Minutes of the Faculty Meeting, 359 Brigham Young University LR (1992) (Reprinted in Amicus humoriae : an anthology of legal humor) Word

Comments, Roscoe Pound—American Trial Lawyers Foundation, The Powers of the Presidency 34 (1975)

Comments, in Law and Responsibility in Warfare 176 (Peter Trooboff ed. 1975)

A Proposed Environmental Rights Amendment, in Robert Gesteland (ed.), Project Survival (1970), reprinted in Joan C. Roloff & Robert C. Wylder (eds), There is No "Away" 337 (1971).


Jacobson, Arthur J., Taking Responsibility: Law's Relation to Justice and D'Amato's Deconstructive Practice, 90 Northwestern University LR 1755 (1996)

Onuf, Nicholas, Book Review: International Law and Political Reality: Collected Papers, Volume One. Journal of International Legal Studies (Summer, 1995)

Pannier, Russell, D'Amato, Kripke, And Legal Indeterminacy, 27 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. 881 (2000)

Rosen, Andrew A., D'Amato's Equilibrium: Game Theory and a Re-Evaluation of the Duty to Prosecute under International Law, 37 NYU Journal of International Law and Politics 79 (2004)

Sacco, Joe, The War Crimes Trial, Details, Sept. 1998. p. 260

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