VOLUME 37

2002-2003

NUMBER 4


CONTENTS

Symposium:
The ICTY at Ten: A Critical Assessment of the Major Rulings of the International Criminal Tribunal Over the Past Decade

Foreword
Michael P. Scharf

The Changing Jurisprudence of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia
Geoffrey R. Watson

Legitimacy and the Expanding Power of the ICTY
Gregory P. Lombardi

Reflections on Some of the Most Significant Achievements of the ICTY
Dr. Kelly Askin

The Legacy of the Milosevic Trial
Michael P. Scharf

International Criminal Proceedings and the Protection of Human Rights
Dr. Göran Sluiter

The Evolution of Defense Counsel Appearing Before the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia
Mark S. Ellis

The ICTY and Defense Counsel: A Troubled Relationship
David Tolbert

The Soldier's Obligation to Die When Ordered to Shoot Civilians or Face Death Himself
Valerie Epps

Mens Rea and the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia
William A. Schabas

Looking Up, Down, and Across: The ICTY's Place in the International Legal Order
Mark A. Drumbl

The Relationship Between Hybrid Courts and International Courts: The Case of Kosovo
Laura A. Dickinson

The Legacy of the ICTY: The International Criminal Court
Leila Nadya Sadat


COMMENT

Becker v. FEC: Undermining the "Marketplace of Ideas"
Jennifer A. McKinnon

Bartnicki v. Vopper: Cell Phones and Throwing Stones
Daniel P. Paradis

Dahill v. Police Department of Boston: How the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Provided Handicap Discrimination Protection to Half of the State's Population
Kevin J. Romano


NOTES

Transsexual Prisoners: How Much Treatment is Enough?
Bradley A. Sultan

Zero Tolerance Policies: Fighting Drugs or Punishing Domestic Violence Victims?
Veronica L. Zoltowski