Hot Off the Presses: New Texts by Professors Little and Dunoff

Professors Laura Little and Jeff Dunoff each have acclaimed new
books out in their respective fields. Professor Little, a
nationally recognized scholar who writes about federal courts,
conflict of laws, and constitutional law, has published Conflict of
Laws: Cases, Materials, and Problems.  This progressive new
casebook was written to “encourage enthusiasm for the elegance of
conflict of laws doctrine” while grounding the discussion in the
context of human affairs that lie at the heart of all systems of

Professor Dunoff, a global leader in the field of international
law/ international relations (IL/IR), has co-edited, with Temple
political science professor Mark Pollack, Interdisciplinary
Perspectives on International Law and International Relations: The
State of the Art. The book, which is being hailed as a “striking
book” and “essential reading,” brings together leading scholars
from around the world to illuminate the emerging field of