Courts, Codes, and Custom: Legal Tradition and State Policy Toward International Human Rights and Environmental Law

MAIS Co-Director Dana Zartner recently had her book Courts, Codes, and Custom: Legal Tradition and State Policy Toward International Human Rights and Environmental Law published by Oxford University Press. OUP describes it as “a novel cultural-institutional theory of legal tradition to explain state policy toward international human rights and environmental law.” Congratulations, Professor Zartner!

Photo: MAIS Co-Director Dana Zartner recently had her book Courts, Codes, and Custom: Legal Tradition and State Policy Toward International Human Rights and Environmental Law published by Oxford University Press. OUP describes it as "a novel cultural-institutional theory of legal tradition to explain state policy toward international human rights and environmental law."  Congratulations, Professor Zartner!

Summer Internship Spotlight

MAIS student Daniella Cohen, who is completing her research in Guatemala City, Guatemala, recently had a meeting with Alberto Brunori, the representative in Guatemala for the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights. “Meeting with Mr. Brunori was incredibly insightful,” Daniella said.

Photo: MAIS student Daniella Cohen, who is completing her research in Guatemala City, Guatemala, recently had a meeting with Alberto Brunori, the representative in Guatemala for the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights.  "Meeting with Mr. Brunori was incredibly insightful," Daniella said.