In our first issue of 2019, we bring you a new article and four updates: researching the Right to Water, African Law, and the laws of Gambia, Malawi, and New Zealand. Congratulations and big thanks to our authors! Webmasters and content managers, please update your pages.
Researching the Human Right to Water with an Annotated Bibliography by Jootaek Lee at http://www.nyulawglobal.org/globalex/Human_Right_to_Water.html.
Jootaek Lee is an assistant professor and librarian at Rutgers Law School (Newark). Professor Lee is also an adjunct professor and an affiliated faculty for the Program on Human Rights and the Global Economy (PHRGE) at the Northeastern University School of Law. He is also a Massachusetts attorney. Professor Lee, a prolific scholar and author, has been published in prestigious journals, including Georgetown Environmental Law Review, Law Library Journal, International Journal of Legal Information, Legal Reference Services Quarterly, Korea University Law Review, and Globalex by New York University Law School. His research focuses on human rights to land, water and education, Asian practice of international law, especially human rights and international criminal law, legal informatics, Korean law and legal education, and pedagogy in law. He made numerous presentations at national and international conferences.
UPDATE: Sources of Online Legal Information for African Countries by Vincent Moyer at http://www.nyulawglobal.org/globalex/African_Law1.html.
Vincent Moyer (B.S., J.D., and M.S. from the University of Illinois) is the Foreign, Comparative and International Law Librarian at the University of California Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco, California.
UPDATE: Researching Gambian Legal Information by Flora Ogbuitepu Ngo-Martin at http://www.nyulawglobal.org/globalex/Gambia1.html.
Flora Ogbuitepu obtained an LLB (Hons) from Kogi State University Anyigba, Nigeria, a B.L from the Nigerian Law School (Lagos Campus) and an LLM in human rights from the University of Pretoria, South Africa. She has a wealth of experience in the theory and practice of human rights law, corporate practice and other areas of law. As a researcher, she has also written numerous papers on human rights issues and legal audit, which have been published. She worked as a Senior Associate at Tope Adebayo LLP, a firm of Legal Practitioners and Arbitrators. At present, she works as a legal practitioner and consults for a variety of businesses and individuals in corporate law and other areas of law.
UPDATE: Malawi Legal System and Research Resources by Redson Edward Kapindu at http://www.nyulawglobal.org/globalex/Malawi1.html.
Redson Kapindu is a Judge of the High Court of Malawi, and a Visiting Associate Professor of Law at the University of Johannesburg. Redson Kapindu holds a Ph.D. from the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. He also holds an LL.B. (Honors) from the University of Malawi; an LL.M. from the University of Pretoria; and a Diploma in International Human Rights from Lund University.
UPDATE: Access to New Zealand Law by Rosa Polaschek at http://www.nyulawglobal.org/globalex/New_Zealand1.html.
Rosa Polaschek graduated from the University of Auckland, BA/LLB (Hons) as a Senior Scholar in Law. She has worked as a Judges’ Clerk at the High Court of New Zealand, and subsequently at the Crown Law Office. Her interests are in constitutional and public law, and human rights law. In 2017, she was awarded the New Zealand Law Foundation’s Cleary Memorial Prize, for a young for barrister or solicitor who shows outstanding future promise in the legal profession. In 2018, Rosa was awarded a Hauser Global Scholarship to study at New York University toward an LLM (Master of Laws) degree. The article below updates the previous version, authored by Margaret Greville.
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