Stephen J. Schnably
Professor of Law
J.D. 1981, Harvard Law School
Going Rogue: Stop the Beach Renourishment as an Object of Morbid Fascination (with Mary Doyle), 64 Hastings L.J. 83 (2012)
Comment: The Lessons of International Human Rights Law for the Protection of Foreign Investors, 42 U. Miami Int.-Am. L. Rev. 275 (2011)
Emerging International Law Constraints on Constitutional Structure and Revision: A Preliminary Appraisal, 62 U. Miami L. Rev. 417 (2008).
The OAS and Constitutionalism: Lessons from Recent West African Experience, 33 Syracuse J. Int'l Law & Commerce 263 (2005)
Constitutionalism and Democratic Government in the Inter-American System, in Democratic Governance and International Law 155-98 (Brad R. Roth & Gregory Fox eds., 2000).
Integrating International Law Into the First-Year Property Course, 93 AM. SOC'Y INT'L L. PROC. 359 (1999).
Comment: Alejandre v. Republic of Cuba [Cuban Liability For Shooting Down Civil Aircraft] 92 AM. J. INT'L L. 768-773 (1998).
International Human Rights Law & Practice: Cases, Treaties & Materials (with Francisco Forrest Martin et al., 1997; 2d ed. 2006)
Rights of Access and the Right to Exclude: The Case of Homelessness, Property Law on the Threshold of the 21st Century 553-72 (G. E. van Maanen & A. J. van der Walt eds., 1996).