18 Apr Kiobel Insta-Symposium Insta-Roundup
With the steady stream of posts on Kiobel in the past 24 hours, you may have lost track of it all. So here is a little insta-roudup with links to all the posts we’ve had so far (there’ll be more in the regular roundup on Saturday).
To start, you can find the opinions here.
Julian posted on Roberts’ opinion, Kennedy’s concurrence (as did Deborah) and Breyer’s concurrence. He also provided his quick take and discussed the end of universal civil jurisdiction. Looking at the future, Peter wrote on how human rights will survive Kiobel and Roger on the rise of transnational tort litigation.
We also have a series of guest posts by Thomas Lee, Anthony Colangelo, John Knox, Chimène Keitner, Mike Koehler, Alex Mills and Chris Whytock.
There is more to come, and remember, we welcome unsolicited submissions by young academics who wish to contribute to our insta-symposium.
And if you want to refresh your memory, the posts from our roundtable when Kiobel was reargued in October 2012 can be found here.
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