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  • Daniel Joyner | The University of Alabama School of Law
    in 2009 by Oxford University Press About this book Professor David Koplow of Georgetown University Law Center has written This book is both important and timely In it the author leads the reader meticulously through some of the most intricate and urgent problems of national security addressing the historical origins of our contemporary security problems and the most dangerous and provocative present threats to stability Intended principally for lawyers and providing a comprehensive thoroughly documented analysis of the principal international and domestic legal sources and texts the work also merits a broader audience for it parses non proliferation and counter proliferation policy with striking clarity offering fresh insights and proposing novel solutions It deserves a place on any informed citizen s bookshelf Professor Joyner s second book is entitled INTERPRETING THE NUCLEAR NONPROLIFERATION TREATY and was published in 2011 by Oxford University Press Ambassador Mohamed Shaker Chairman of the Egyptian Council for Foreign Affairs and author of the seminal 1980 treatise THE NUCLEAR NONPROLIFERATION TREATY ORIGIN AND IMPLEMENTATION 1959 1979 has written regarding this book This study is a remarkable one and is greatly welcomed at an important juncture and after a successful NPT Review Conference in 2010 Daniel H Joyner has relied on solid grounds in interpreting the Treaty not relying entirely on statements made by certain officials and personalities involved in negotiating the Treaty Since my book was published more than 30 years ago it is a great source of comfort to find such a new and remarkable study that greatly enhances our understanding of the NPT and which can be considered as an inescapable companion to my study of the NPT negotiations This new study should be a required reading to any one who would wish to deal with nonproliferation Congratulations for a well thought of study

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  • Ronald Krotoszynski | The University of Alabama School of Law
    Director of Faculty Research 348 0420 rkrotoszynski law ua edu Ronald Krotoszynski s CV Areas of Expertise Administrative Law Constitutional Law First Amendment Law Telecommunications Law Ronald Krotoszynski Professor Krotoszynski earned his B A and M A from Emory University and J D and LL M from Duke University where he was articles editor for the Duke Law Journal and selected for Order of the Coif He clerked for the Honorable Frank M Johnson Jr of the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit and was an associate with Covington Burling D C Prior to joining the faculty at the University of Alabama School of Law Professor Krotoszynski served on the law faculty at Washington and Lee University and prior to that on the law faculty of the Indiana University School of Law Indianapolis He also has taught as a visiting professor at the Washington and Lee University School of Law the Marshall Wythe School of Law at the College of William and Mary at the Florida State University College of Law and at Brooklyn Law School Krotoszynski has held appointments as a visiting scholar in residence at the University of Washington Seattle School of Law the Seattle

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  • Mary Ksobiech | The University of Alabama School of Law
    magna cum laude from Truman State University in 1997 and her J D with high distinction from the University of Iowa in 2000 where she was a note and comment editor of the Iowa Law Review and served as captain of the National Trial Team Prior to coming to Alabama Ms Ksobiech clerked for the Honorable Dean Whipple for the Western District of Missouri and was a staff attorney for

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  • Grace Lee | The University of Alabama School of Law
    Law School as an Assistant Professor in 2008 She received her B A from Williams College M A from the University of Chicago and J D Cum Laude from Northwestern University School of Law After law school she clerked for Federal Judge Richard A Enslen of the Western District of Michigan and worked as an associate in the Tax Controversy group at Mayer Brown Rowe Maw LLP Professor Lee previously worked in Chicago for the Tax Department at Latham Watkins LLP She represented public and privately owned companies and buy out firms in connection with tax free and taxable mergers and acquisitions Professor Lee also worked with issuers and underwriters in connection with various debt offerings and credit card securitizations She has represented both individuals and public and privately owned companies in tax controversies and related litigation matters Her litigation experience includes matters involving leveraged leasing transactions tax free reorganizations and the taxation of debt instruments In addition Professor Lee has done an extensive amount of pro bono work representing both individual low income taxpayers and tax exempt organizations In 2009 she will serve as a moderator at the upcoming Speech and Silence in American Law symposium part of the

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  • James Leonard | The University of Alabama School of Law
    A degrees from the University of North Carolina While in law school he was a member of the North Carolina Law Review Vice Dean Leonard served as director of the law library at Ohio Northern University Pettit College of Law from 1986 to 1997 and directed the legal writing and research program from 1986 to 1992 He was appointed director of the Bounds Law Library at Alabama in 1998 James

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  • Yuri R. Linetsky | The University of Alabama School of Law
    B A and J D from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland Ohio Prior to joining the Alabama faculty Professor Linetsky was a faculty member at Case Western Reserve University School of Law since 2007 During his time at Case Western Reserve Professor Linetsky taught in the Civil Litigation Clinic Legal Analysis and Writing Criminal Procedure and directed the mock trial and litigation skills programs Before entering legal teaching Professor

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  • Albert Lopez | The University of Alabama School of Law
    Lopez Professor Lopez joined the University School of Law faculty in 2013 He received a J M S and J S D of the Science of Law from Stanford Law School and a J D from Indiana University School of Law Prior to joining the law faculty at Alabama Professor Lopez taught at the University of Richmond He is the author of numerous law review articles and co authored a

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  • Susan Lyons | The University of Alabama School of Law
    Carolina at Chapel Hill where she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa in her junior year and also won the university s award for philosophy She practiced law with the New York firm of Simpson Thacher Bartlett and served as an instructor at the Brooklyn Law School In 1986 she began to serve as a lecturer and adjunct professor at The University of Alabama Professor Lyons joined the Alabama law

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