|Present||Associate Dean for SCALES and Inclusive Excellence, UIC School of Law|
|Present||Professor, UIC School of Law|
UIC John Marshall Law School
The University of Illinois at Chicago
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Chicago, Illinois 60604
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Ending Bacha Bazi: Boy Sex Slavery and the Responsibility to Protect Doctrine, 25 Ind. Int'l. & Comp. L. Rev. 63 (2015) UIC Law Open Access Faculty Scholarship (2015)
This essay challenges the conventional wisdom that prohibitions against government-condoned child-sex slavery have attained non- derogable, peremptory status under international law. Much to the utter shock of field investigators and human rights experts, boy sex ...
Law Enforcement and White Power: An F.B.I. Report Unraveled, 41 T. Marshall L. Rev. 103 (2015) UIC Law Open Access Faculty Scholarship (2015)
Because of intensifying civil strife over the recent killings of unarmed Black men, women, and boys, many Americans are wondering, “What's wrong with our police?” Remarkably, one of the most compelling but unexplored explanations may ...
The Invisible Women: Have Conceptions About Femininity Led to the Global Dominance of the Female Human Trafficker?, 7 Alb. Gov't L. Rev. 143 (2014) UIC Law Open Access Faculty Scholarship (2014)
Virtually no academic or media attention has been dedicated to female traffickers, or female delinquency, in general. Human trafficking, like other crimes, has been myopically constructed, marketed, and viewed through news reports, cinema, literature, and ...
Human Trafficking Victim Identification: Should Consent Matter, 45 Ind. L. Rev. 483 (2012) UIC Law Open Access Faculty Scholarship (2012)
It is widely accepted that human trafficking is a global phenomenon that poses a significant problem within the United States. Despite its wealth and sophisticated law enforcement paradigms, the United States is the third largest ...
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Ending Bacha Bazi: The Responsibility to Protect Doctrine and the Sex Trafficking of Afghan Boys Global Awareness Society International Conference (2014)
This essay challenges the conventional wisdom that prohibitions against government- condoned child-sex trafficking have attained non-derogable, peremptory status under international law and establishes that boy sex slavery has evolved into a constitutive and central feature ...