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Roger P. AlfordRoger P. Alford

Professor of Law
Associate Dean, Law School
(JD, New York University; LLM, Edinburgh University)

3118 Eck Hall of Law
574-631-3771

email: ralford@nd.edu
https://law.nd.edu/directory/roger-alford/

Geographic focus: International

Thematic interests: International trade, international arbitration, and comparative law, and the intersection between public and private international law.

Current research: "Champions of Peace" book project

Books:

Selected publications:

  • "International Law as an Interpretive Tool, 1900–1945," and "International Law and Constitutional Interpretation: Change and Continuity: A Response to Mark Tushet," in Davis Sloss, Michael Ramsey, William Dodge, eds., The U.S. Supreme Court and International Law: Continuity or Change? (Oxford University Press, 2011)

  • "Moral Reasoning in International Law" (with J. Tierney), in Donald Childress, ed., Ethics in International Law (Cambridge University Press, 2011)

  • "The Self-Judging WTO Security Exception," Utah Law Review 697, Notre Dame Legal Studies Paper No. 2079608, (University of Notre Dame, 2011)

  • "Arbitrating Human Rights," Notre Dame Law Review 83 (2008)

  • "Free Speech and the Case for Constitutional Exceptionalism," Michigan Law Review 106, Pepperdine University Legal Studies Research Paper No. 2008/2 (2008)

  • "Reflections on US-Zeroing: A Study in Judicial Overreaching by the WTO Appellate Body," Columbia Journal of Transnational Law 44 (2006)

  • "In Search of a Theory for Constitutional Comparativism," UCLA Law Review 52 (2005)

  • "Roper v. Simmons and Our Constitution in International Equipoise," UCLA Law Review 53 (2005)

  • "Misusing International Sources to Interpret the Constitution," American Journal of International Law 57 (2004)

  • "Misusing International Sources to Interpret the Constitution," American Journal of International Law 98: 57 (2004)

  • "The American Influence on International Arbitration," Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution 19 (2003)

  • "Federal Courts, International Tribunals, and the Continuum of Deference," Virginia Journal of International Law 43 (2003)

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