Jules Lobel

University of Pittsburgh - School of Law

Professor

3900 Forbes Ave.

Pittsburgh, PA 15260

United States

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Scholarly Papers (4)

1.

Prolonged Solitary Confinement and the Constitution

University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law, Vol. 11, No. 115, 2008, U. of Pittsburgh Legal Studies Research Paper No. 2009-19
Number of pages: 25 Posted: 08 Jul 2009
Jules Lobel
University of Pittsburgh - School of Law
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Abstract:

solitary confinement, prolonged, permanent, United States case law, unconstitutional, international jurisprudence, international human rights courts, cruel and unusual punishment, prisoners rights, due process, psychological abuse

2.

Conflicts between the Commander in Chief and Congress: Concurrent Power Over the Conduct of War

Ohio State Law Journal, Vol. 69, p. 391, 2008, U. of Pittsburgh Legal Studies Research Paper No. 2007-12
Number of pages: 78 Posted: 12 Nov 2007 Last Revised: 26 Jun 2008
Jules Lobel
University of Pittsburgh - School of Law
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Abstract:

Constitutional Law, War Powers, Seperation of Powers, Commander in Chief

3.

Emote Control: The Substitution of Symbol for Substance in Foreign Policy and International Law

Chicago Kent Law Review, Vol. 80, July 2005
Number of pages: 47 Posted: 20 Jul 2005
Jules Lobel and George Loewenstein
University of Pittsburgh - School of Law and Carnegie Mellon University - Department of Social and Decision Sciences
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Abstract:

emotion, law and economics, foreign policy, international law

4.

Fundamental Norms, International Law, and the Extraterritorial Constitution

Yale Journal of International Law, Vol. 36, p. 307, 2011, University of Pittsburgh Legal Studies Research Paper No. 2011-20
Number of pages: 64 Posted: 08 Jul 2011 Last Revised: 27 Aug 2011
Jules Lobel
University of Pittsburgh - School of Law
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Abstract:

Boumediene v. Bush, U.S. Constitution, Suspension Clause, U.S. Supreme Court, executive detention, detainees, torture, fundamental norms jurisprudence, nonderogable norms, aliens abroad, constitutional rights, habeas rights, extraterritorial jurisprudence, due process, international law