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Maxwell O. Chibundu

Professor of Law

Phone: (410) 706-8415
Fax: (410) 706-5856
E-mail:
mchibundu @ law.umaryland.edu

Office: 384

BA, 1980, Yale University
MA, 1984, Fletcher School, Tufts University
JD, 1984, Harvard University


Biography | Selected Publications

Current teaching and research interests include civil rules of practice of federal courts, international civil litigation and the rule of law in economic and political transformation.

Book Chapters

The Parochial Foundations of Cosmopolitan Rights, in Parochialism, Cosmopolitanism and the Foundations of International Law (M.N.S. Sellers ed., 2011).

Assessing the High-Level Panel Report: Rethinking the Causes and Consequences of Threats to Collective Security, in United Nations Reform and the New Collective Security, (Peter G. Danchin & Horst Fischer eds., 2010). [Full Text]

Jury Trial and Democratic Values: On the Twenty-First Century Incarnation of an Eighteenth Century Institution, in Jury Trial: A Legal Concept (V.B. Maleswari ed., 2008).

Articles

Tensions Between International Law and Domestic Responsibilities, 1 Baltimore International Law Society Journal of International Law 1 (2010). [Full Text]

The Iraq War and International Law, 19 Law & Politics Book Review 525 (2009). [Full Text]

International Human Rights and the International Law Project: The Revolving Door of Academic Discourse and Practitioner Politics, 24 Maryland Journal of International Law 309 (2009). [Full Text]

The Other in International Law: 'Community' and International Legal Order (2004). [Full Text]

For God, for Country, for Universalism: Sovereignty as Solidarity in Our Age of Terror, 56 Florida Law Review 883 (2004). [Full Text]

Africa's Economic Reconstruction: On Leapfrogging, Linkages and the Law, 2000-2003 Third World Legal Studies 17 (2003). [Full Text]

Intervention, Imperialism and Kant's Categorical Imperative, 7 International Legal Theory 41 (2001). [Full Text]

Globalizing the Rule of Law: Some Thoughts at and on the Periphery, 7 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies (1999). [Full Text]

Making Customary International Law Through Municipal Adjudication: A Structural Inquiry, 39 Virginia Journal of International Law 1069 (1999). [Full Text]

Affirmative Action and International Law, 15 Law in Context 11 (1997). [Full Text]

Law and the Political Economy of Privatization in Sub-Saharan Africa, 21 Maryland Journal of International Law 1 (1997). [Full Text]

Law in Development: On Tapping, Gourding, and Serving Palm-Wine, 29 Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 167 (1997). [Full Text]

Delinking Disproportionality from Discrimination: Procedural Burdens as Proxy for Substantive Visions, 23 New Mexico Law Review 87 (1993). [Full Text]



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