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Our faculty engage in internationally-related, cross-disciplinary scholarship in a range of areas including environmental law, criminal law, human rights, and gender issues. Our faculty members are helping to shape future generations of legal practitioners and scholars increasingly called upon to function in a globalized world.- Dean Michelle S. Simon""

2 Is Duress a Valid Defense to a Crime Against Humanity? Professor Luis E. Chiesa4 The Pluralism of International Criminal Law Professor Alexander K.A. Greenawalt6 United States, International Law, and the Struggle against Terrorism Professor Thomas M. McDonnell8 Unsex CEDAW, or What's Wrong with "Women's Rights" Professor Darren Rosenblum10 Selected Pace International Law ScholarshipPerspectivesAdvancing International Law Scholarship Fall 2011