Herian, M. N. (2010) MREP Civic Engagement Meetings for Public Scoping Final Report. (2010). Journal of the Institute of Justice & International Studies, 10, 59-75
Peer Reviewed Publications
Michaels, S. 2009. Matching knowledge brokering strategies to environmental policy problems and settings. Environmental Science and Policy 12:7:994-1011. Please contact author for copy. Available upon request.
Abdel-Monem, T. (2009). Opuz v. Turkey: Europe’s landmark judgment on violence against women. Human Rights Brief, 17, 29-33.
Shank, N. (2009). Nonprofits & technology [Review of the book, Nonprofits & technology: Emerging research for usable knowledge, by M. Cortes & K.M. Rafter]. Journal of Technology in Human Services, 27, 241-243.
Bornstein, B.H., Tomkins, A.J., Michaels, S., Samal, A., Nam, Y., Zellmer, S. Hoagland, K., & Olson, D. (2009).Social justice and water sustainability and management. In A. Kakanowski & M. Narusevich (Eds.), Handbook of Social Justice. (pp. 271-282). Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.
Shank, N., Sokol, B., Hayes, M., & Vetrano, C. (2008). Human services data standards: Current progress and future vision in crisis response. Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management, USA, 352-361.
Tomkins, A.J. & Applequist, K. (2008).Constructs of justice: Beyond civil litigation. In B.H. Bornstein, R.L. Wiener, R.F. Schopp, & S.L. Willborn (Eds.), Civil Juries and Civil Justice: Psychological and Legal Perspectives (pp. 257-272). New York: Springer.
Neeley, E. & Tomkins, A.J. (2007). Evaluating court processes for determining indigency. Court Review, 43(1), 4-11.
Precedent of the European Convention on Human Rights to the CIA’s High Value Detainees Program In and Through Europe
Abdel‐Monem, T. (2007). Precedent of the European Convention on Human Rights to the CIA’s High Value Detainees Program In and Through Europe. Suffolk Transnational Law Journal, 31, 45‐73.
Abdel-Monem, T. (2006). Recent decision: Chechens win first European Court of Human Rights claims in Khashiyev and Akayeva v. Russia. Cornell Journal of International Law, 39, 171-80.