Kevin L. Cope
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Disaggregating the human rights treaty regime
KL Cope, CD Creamer
Va. J. Int'l L. 56, 459, 2016
282016
The Intermestic Constitution: Lessons from the World’s Newest Nation
KL Cope
Virginia Journal of International Law 53 (3), 667, 2012
25*2012
Congress's international legal discourse
KL Cope
Michigan Law Review 113 (7), 1115-1174, 2015
202015
Defending the ivory tower: A twenty-first century approach to the Pickering-Connick doctrine and public higher education faculty after Garcetti
KL Cope
Journal of College and University Law, 2007
192007
Patterns of disagreement in indicators of state repression
KL Cope, C Crabtree, CJ Fariss
132018
Lost in Translation: The Accidental Origins of Bond v. United States
KL Cope
Mich. L. Rev. First Impressions 112, 133, 2013
92013
The lost generation: How the government and non-governmental organizations are protecting the rights of orphans in Uganda
J Caruso, K Cope
Human Rights Review 7 (2), 98-114, 2006
82006
Sutton Misconstrued: Why the ADA Should Now Permit Employers to Make Their Employees Disabled
KL Cope
Nw. UL Rev. 98, 1753, 2003
82003
Empirical studies of human rights law
KL Cope, CD Creamer, M Versteeg
Annual Review of Law and Social Science 15, 155-182, 2019
72019
South Sudan’s dualistic constitution
K Cope
The Social and Political Foundations of Constitutions, 295-321, 2014
72014
A nationalist backlash to international refugee law: evidence from a survey experiment in Turkey
KL Cope, C Crabtree
Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 17 (4), 752-788, 2020
42020
Treaty law and national legislative politics
KL Cope
Research Handbook on the Politics of International Law, 2017
32017
Support for restricting liberty for safety: Evidence during the Covid-19 pandemic from the United States, Japan, and Israel
AS Chilton, KL Cope, C Crabtree, M Versteeg
Japan, and Israel (May 2, 2020), 2020
22020
Beyond physical integrity
KL Cope, C Crabtree, Y Lupu
Law & Contemp. Probs. 81, 185, 2018
22018
Book Review: The Interpretation of International Law by Domestic Courts: Uniformity, Diversity, Convergence. Edited by Helmut Philipp Aust and Georg Nolte
KL Cope, M Versteeg
American Journal of International Law 111 (2), 538-44, 2017
2*2017
9 Reconceptualizing Recognition Uniformity
KL Cope
Foreign Court Judgments and the United States Legal System, 166-178, 2014
12014
Legal Labels and the Social Perception of African Displacees in Israel
K Shiri, KL Cope
Available at SSRN 3819621, 2021
2021
Migrant-Family Separation and the Diverging Normative Force of International Law and Constitutional Law
KL Cope, C Crabtree
Available at SSRN 3774739, 2021
2021
An Expert-Sourced Measure of Judicial Ideology
KL Cope, C Crabtree
Virginia Law and Economics Research Paper, 2020
2020
An Empirical Analysis of Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s Record on the Seventh Circuit
KL Cope, JB Fischman
Available at SSRN 3710951, 2020
2020
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