Susan H. Farbstein

Clinical Professor of Law

Co-Director, International Human Rights Clinic

Representative Publications

Bibliography


Books
Farbstein, Susan H. Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights in Zimbabwe: Options for Constitutional Protection (Harvard Law School, International Human Rights Clinic 2009).
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Prosecuting Apartheid-Era Crimes? A South African Dialogue on Justice ( Tyler Giannini, Susan H. Farbstein, Samantha Bent & Miles Jackson eds., Harvard University Press 2009).
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Farbstein, Susan H. The Effectiveness of the Exercise of Jurisdiction by the International Criminal Court: The Issue of Complementarity (European Center for Minority Issues 2001).
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Shorter Works in Collection
Farbstein, Susan H. "Justice Ginsburg's International Perspective" in Essays in Honor of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg (Martha Minow, Vicki C. Jackson, Richard J. Lazarus, Deborah E. Anker, Susan H. Farbstein, John F. Manning, Lani Guinier, Laurence H. Tribe, Nancy Gertner, Carol S. Steiker, Julie C. Suk & Mark Tushnet auths., Martha Minow ed., Harvard Law School, 2013).
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Articles in a Periodical
Farbstein, Susan H. "Reflections on the Question of When, if Ever, Violence is Justified in Struggles for Social or Political Change," 27 Harvard Human Rights Journal 1 (2014).
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Farbstein, Susan H. "Justice Ginsburg's International Perspective," 127 Harvard Law Review 429 (2013).
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Farbstein, Susan H. "The Alien Tort Statute and Corporate Liability," 160 Pennsylvania Law Review 99 (2011).
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Giannini, Tyler & Susan H. Farbstein. "Corporate Accountability in Conflict Zones: How Kiobel Undermines the Nuremberg Legacy and Modern Human Rights," 52 Harvard International Law Journal Online 119 (2010).
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Articles in a Newspaper
Farbstein, Susan H. "Liability for Harms," The New York Times, February 28, 2012, Room for Debate: Corporate Rights and Human Rights.
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Internet Publications
Farbstein, Susan H. Online Kiobel Symposium: The Alien Tort Statute and the Importance of Historical Evidence (2012).
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Representative Publications