Glenys Spence

Arizona Summit Law School

Assistant Professor of Law

One North Central Ave.

14th Floor

Phoenix, AZ 85004-4414

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

6

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Scholarly Papers (6)

1.

Colonial Relics: Unearthing the Lingering of Tyranny of Colonial Discourse in U.S. – Caribbean Immigration Law and Policy

Journal of Civil Rights and Economic Development, Vol. 26, 2011, Arizona Summit Law School Research Paper
Number of pages: 26 Posted: 31 May 2014
Glenys Spence
Arizona Summit Law School
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immigration, law, policy, Caribbean

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Review of Andrew Jordan, Dave Huitema, Harro Van Asselt, Tim Rayner, and Frans Berkhout (Eds.) ‘Climate Change Policy in the European Union: Confronting the Dilemmas of Mitigation and Adaptation?’

Academic Council on the United Nations System, 2013, Arizona Summit Law School Research Paper
Number of pages: 4 Posted: 21 Feb 2014
Glenys Spence
Arizona Summit Law School
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Singing Songs in a Strange Land: The Plight of Haitian Children in the Space of International Adoption

Scholar: St. Mary's Law Review on Race and Social Justice, Vol. 15, p. 1, 2012, Arizona Summit Law School Research Paper
Number of pages: 28 Posted: 08 Oct 2014
Glenys Spence
Arizona Summit Law School
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international adoption, Haiti, children

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Review of Eduardo Aldunate's 'Backpacks Full of Hope': The UN Mission in Haiti

Academic Council on the United Nations System, Arizona Summit Law School Research Paper
Number of pages: 3 Posted: 25 Jun 2014
Glenys Spence
Arizona Summit Law School
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Haitian Revolution, United Nations

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Commonwealth, Caribbean, CISG, International Sales, Contract, Convention on International Sale of Goods

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SB 1070: A Review of the Impact on Immigrant Victims of Domestic Violence in Arizona

Posted: 03 Oct 2010 Last Revised: 18 Oct 2010
Glenys Spence
Arizona Summit Law School

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