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Irwin P. Stotzky

Irwin P. Stotzky
Professor of Law
J.D. 1974, University of Chicago Law School

Telephone: 305-284-2549   |   Office: G465
E-mail: istotzky@law.miami.edu
Publications



Constitutional Adjudication and the Fourth Amendment, 28 Civil Rights Litigation and Attorney Fees Annual Handbook 67 (Steven Saltzman ed., 2013).

The New Surveillance State: From Dog Sniffs to DNA and Beyond, 29 Civil Rights Litigation and Attorney Fees Annual Handbook 87 (Steven Saltzman ed., 2013).

Democracy and Sustainability in Reconstructing Haiti: A Possibility or a Mirage, 44 U. Miami Inter-Am. L. Rev. 1 (2013).

The Truth About Haiti, 26 U. Conn. J. Int. Law (2011).

Law As Justice: The Moral Imperative of Owen Fiss’s Scholarship (2010).

Immigration Law: Cases and Materials (Aspen 2009).

America's Unwanted Burden: Refugees And The Rule Of Law (Twelve Tables Press 2009).

John Gaubatz and Elements, 62 U. Miami L. Rev. (forthcoming 2008).

Constitutionalism and Democracy: An Essay In Honor of Stanley N. Katz, (Princeton, forthcoming 2008).

Haiti Human Rights Investigation: 2007 (Center For the Study of Human Rights, forthcoming 2008).

Haiti Human Rights Investigation: March 11-16 2006 (Center For the Study of Human Rights 2006).

Haiti Human Rights Investigation: November 11-21, 2004 (Center For the Study of Human Rights 2005).

Haitian Refugees and the Rule of Law, 61 Guild Practitioner 151 (2004).

Democratic Theory, the Courts, and the Press, 11DEMOCRATIZATION 111 (2004).

Crear las Condiciones para la Democracia, en Democracia Deliberativa y Derechos Humanos 189 (Harold Hongju Koh and Ronald C. Slye eds., 2004).

Tareas para las tropas Argentinas en Haiti, Clarin, July 7, 2004, ___ (op-ed piece).

U.S. Dollars Spent in Haiti Inadequate For Nation-Building, Miami Herald, January 8, 2004, at 24 (op-ed. piece).

The Constitutional Scholar, 58 U. Miami L. Rev. 1 (2003).

The Indispensable State, 58 U. Miami L. Rev. 201 (2003).

Learned Lessons and the Way Forward-DEMOCRATIZATION 198 (2003) reprinted in Democratization And The Judiciary: The Accountability Function Of Courts In New Democracies 198 (Siri Gloppen, Roberto Gargarella and Elin Skaar eds., 2003).

Haiti's Problem Isn't Aristide, Miami Herald, January 2, 2003, at 7B (op. ed. piece).

Aristide's Haiti: An Exchange, N.Y. Rev. Of Books, May 15, 2003, at 46.

Tribute to Professor Robert H. Waters, Sr., published by the A.A.L.S. (2003).

The Democratic Role of the Press, 56 U. Miami L. Rev. 255 (2002).

Democracy and International Military Intervention: The Case of Haiti, in Democracy and Human Rights in Latin America 125 (Richard S Hillman, John A Peeler, & Elsa Cardozo Da Silva eds., 2002).

Book Review, 569 Annals Of The Amer. Acad. Pol. & Soc. Sci. 179 (2000) (reviewing, Carlos S. Nino, The Constitution Of Deliberative Democracy (1996)).

Book Review, 42 J. Interamer. Stud. & World Aff. 189 (2000) (reviewing David M. Malone, Decision-Making In The Un Security Council: The Case Of Haiti (2000)).

A Different Vision, The Princeton Prog. Latin Amer. Stud. J. (PLAS), Fall-Winter 2000-2001.

Creating the Conditions for Democracy, in Deliberative Democracy And Human Rights 157 (Harold Hongju Koh and Ronald C. Slye, eds., 1999).

Suppressing the Beast, 53 U. Miami L. Rev. 883-905 (1999).

Establishing Deliberative Democracy: Moving from Misery to Poverty with Dignity, 21 U. Ark. Little Rock L.J. 79 (1998) (Ben J. Altheimer Lecture).

On the Promise and Perils of Democracy in Haiti, 29 U. Miami Inter-Am. L. Rev. 1 (1998).

Silencing The Guns In Haiti: The Promise Of Deliberative Democracy (University of Chicago Press 1998).

Establishing Deliberative Democracy, The Orville H. Schell, Jr. Center For International Human Rights At Yale Law School Working Paper Series (1995).

Haiti: Searching for Alternatives, in Impunity And Human Rights In International Law And Practice 185 (Naomi Roht Arriaza ed., 1995).

"Carlos Nino: Public Intellectual," 25 U. of Miami Inter-Am. L. Rev. 349 (1994).

Immigration Law, Haitian Refugees, and Substantive Justice (a paper delivered at the United Nations Third Annual International Cultures Conference, February 24th and 25th, 1992) (1996) (published by the United Nations in 1997).

Latin America: Seeking Alternatives, University of Buenos Aires (August 1993) (published in Spanish by a Spanish publishing company).

The Independence of the Judiciary, Conference on the Independence of the Administration of Justice, Center for Institutional Studies, Buenos Aires (August 1993) (published in Spanish by the Center).

The Transition to Democracy in Haiti and the Rule of Law, Conference on Haiti and the United States: Crisis and Renewal, sponsored by the American Society of Law (April 1993).

Ira Kurzban: Lawyer as Hero, 23 U. Miami Inter-Am Law Rev. 637 (1993).

Transition to Democracy in Latin America: The Role of the Judiciary (Irwin P. Stotzky ed., Westview Press 1993).

The Difficulties of the Transition Process, in Transition To Democracy In Latin America: The Role of the Judiciary (Irwin P. Stotzky, ed., Westview Press 1993).

The Tradition of Constitutional Adjudication, in Transition To Democracy In Latin America: The Role of the Judiciary (Irwin P. Stotzky, ed., Westview Press 1993).

A Democratic Vision, in Transition To Democracy In Latin America: The Role of the Judiciary (Irwin P. Stotzky, ed., Westview Press 1993).

Federalism, Judicial Review and the Protection of Individual Rights, (a paper delivered at a conference on Federalism in Buenos Aires, Argentina, sponsored by Center for Institutional Studies) (August, 1992) ( published in Spanish by the Center).

Kidnapping and the Law, (a paper delivered at a conference in Santiago, Chile, sponsored by the University of Diego de Portales) (August, 1992) ( published in Spanish by the University).

Reflections on the History of Legal Thought, (a paper delivered at conferences in Buenos Aires, Argentina and Santiago, Chile) (August, 1992).

Derecho Immigratorio y Refugiados Haitianos en los Estados Unidos, (in Spanish and published by No Hay Derecho) (April, 1992) (75 pp.).

The Fragile Transition to Democracy, The Miami Herald, March 15, 1992 at 6C, col. 1-2.