Mark Drumbl, Atrocity, Punishment, and International Law, in Philosophy of Law Classic and Contemporary Readings (Mays & Brown Eds.) (Wiley-Blackwell, 2009).
Mark Drumbl, Immunities and Exceptions, in International Criminal Law, Vol. II Multilateral and Bilateral Enforcement Mechanisms (3rd Ed.) (Nijhoff, 2008)
Same-Sex Marriage and Religious Liberty: Life After Prop 8, 14 NEXUS: Chap. J.L. Pol’y 101 (2008-2009).
OpenJurist‘s database currently has approximately 647,000 opinions from the United States Supreme Court beginning in 1754 when it was known as the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania and Federal Appellate Courts beginning in 1880 from the First, Second and Third series of Federal Reporter. The database is tied to a Google search engine.
The World Trade Organization has created an interactive map that depicts disputes between its member states. The web page display also includes hyperlinks to enable the user to access dispute documents, a chronological list of disputes, lists of disputes by country and by subject, and GATT disputes.
The South Carolina Supreme Court has issued an opinion and a writ of mandamus ordering Governor Mark Sanford to apply for stimulus money. This comes on the heels of the South Carolina legislature passing an act mandating that the Governor apply. The legislature has the sole authority to appropriate funds, including federal funds under the South Carolina Constitution. The case is Edwards and Williams v. State and SCASA v. Sanford (26662). The opinion is here.