IS INTERNATIONAL LAW IMPACTING U.S. COURTS?
International law is becoming an increasingly important factor in deciding U.S. Supreme Court cases, a fact which international law professor Peter J. Spiro attributes to justices' desire to "gain the respect of foreign counterparts." To read the complete story, see Congressional Quarterly Weekly and type "Fitting the nine in a new docket" into the search field. The article was published on 6/27/05, and the author is Kenneth Jost.
"IS INTERNATIONAL LAW IMPACTING U.S. COURTS?" (2005). In The News. Paper 329.