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Alexander K. A. Greenawalt
Alexander K. A. Greenawalt joined the Pace faculty in 2006 from the firm of Debevoise & Plimpton LLP (2001-06) where his practice focused on international disputes. He was a teaching fellow at Columbia Law School in 2005 and was previously a clerk for the Honorable Stephen F. Williams of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit (2000-01). Professor Greenawalt is a graduate of Columbia Law School, where he was a James Kent Scholar and Articles Editor of the Columbia Law Review.
During the Fall 2010 semester, Professor Greenawalt taught a course on international criminal law at Columbia Law School.
|Articles||"Beyond War: Targeted Killing in Law and Morality," Washington and Lee Law Review (forthcoming 2012) (with Luis E. Chiesa).|
|"Milošević and the Justice of Peace" in Timothy Waters, ed., The Milošević Trial: An Autopsy (Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2011).|
|Review Essay: "Larry May, Genocide: A Normative Account," American Journal of International Law (forthcoming, 2011)|
|"The Pluralism of International Criminal Law"" 86 Indiana Law Journal 1063 (2011).|
|"Review Essay: George P. Fletcher & Jens Ohlin, Defending Humanity: When Force is Justified and Why," 13 New Criminal Law Review 637 (2010).|
|"Complementarity in Crisis: Uganda, Alternative Justice, and the International Criminal Court," 50 Virginia Journal of International Law 107 (2009).|
|"Does International Arbitration Need a Mandatory Rules Method?" 18 American Review of International Arbitration 103 (2007).|
|"Justice without Politics? Prosecutorial Discretion and the International Criminal Court," 39 New York University Journal of International Law and Politics 583 (2007).|
|"Mitsubishi after Twenty Years: Mandatory Rules before Courts and International Arbitrators," in Pervasive Problems in International Arbitration (with Donald Francis Donovan) (Loukas Mistelle & Julian Lew eds.) (Kluwer Law International, 2006).|
|"Kosovo Myths: Karadzic, Njegos, and the Transformation of Serb Memory," paces of Identity Central Europe , Vol. 3, No. 1 (Vienna, 2001); available at www.spacesofidentity.net.|
|Note, Rethinking Genocidal Intent: The Case for a Knowledge-Based Interpretation,” 99 Columbia Law Review 2259 (1999).|