Pamela J. Stephens
JD, University of Cincinnati, 1975;
BA, Ohio State University, 1971
- Climate Change and Human Rights, published as a Background Paper in the Climate Legacy Initiative's Report: Recalibrating The Law of Nature with the Law of Humans: Climate Change, Human Rights and Intergenerational Justice (Climate Legacy Initiative 2009).
- The Right to Reproduce and International Law in Life, Technology and the Law: Proceedings of the International Forum for Scholars, Trento, Italy 2006 (2007).
- Spinning Sosa: Federal Common Law, The Alien Tort Statute and Judicial Restraint, 25 Boston University International Law Journal (2007).
- Indigenous Peoples, Culturally Specific Rights, and Domestic Courts: A Response to Professor Fodella, 30 Vermont Law Review 595 (2006).
- A Categorical Approach to Human Rights Claims; Jus Cogens as a Limitation on Enforcement? 22 Wis. Int'l. L.J. 245 (2004).
- Beyond Torture: Enforcing International Human Rights in Federal Courts, 51 Syracuse L. Rev. 941 (2001).
- The New Retroactivity Doctrine: Equality, Reliance and Stare Decisis, 48 Syracuse L. Rev. 1515 (1998).
- Manipulation of Procedural Rules in Pursuit of Substantive Goals: A Reconsideration of the Impermissible Collateral Attack Doctrine, 24 Ariz. St. L.J. 1109 (1992).
- Sovereignty and Personal Jurisdiction Doctrine: Up the Stream of Commerce Without a Paddle, 19 Fla. St. U. L. Rev. 105 (1991).
- Controlling the Civil Jury: Towards a Functional Model of Justification, 76 KY. L.J. 81 (1987-88). (Excerpted in, Materials on Civil Procedure 724-725 (Field, Kaplan & Clermont eds., Foundation Press 6th ed. 1990)).
- The Single Contract as Minimum Contacts: Justice Brennan "Has It His Way," 28 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 89 (1986).
- The Federal Court Across the Street: Constitutional Limits on Federal Assertions of Personal Jurisdiction, 18 U. Rich. L. Rev. 697 (1984).
- Ancillary Jurisdiction: Plaintiffs' Claims Against Nondiverse Third Party Defendants, 14 Loyola U. Chi. L.J. 419 (1983).
- Implementing Federal Energy Policy at the State and Local Levels: Every Power Requisite, 10 B.C. Envtl. Aff. L. Rev. 875 (1982-83).
- Landlord and Tenants - Landlords Must Exercise Reasonable Care not to Subject Others to an Unreasonable Risk of Harm, 43 U. Cin. L. Rev. 218 (1974).