Human Rights and Peace Law Docket
Thanks to law students who did the basic work on this edition in the summer of 1993: Anne Wagley, Monita Sharkey, Dan Rey-Bear, David Lynch, and Sylvia Golden, and in the summer of 1994: Leinani Neves and Charles Alfonzo, and to staff members Beverly Wilson, Jan Elkington and Douglas Harkness for excellent support. Thanks to numerous law librarians at USF Law School, San Francisco State, and to librarian without peer, Wiltrud Harms, at UC-Berkeley Law School Human Rights Collection. Thanks to those who worked on the 4th edition, especially to associate editor Frank Cialone and to law students Michelle Powers, Lawrence Oh, Michael Coffino, Catherine Cameron, Howard Bologh, and James Govert, to graduate intern Beth Katzen, to student interns Sabrina L. Thomas, Michelle Alfaro, Nichola Lowe, and Emily Converse, to staff members Linton Hale, Beverly Wilson and Eireene Nealand, and to typesetter Christopher Weills. Continuing thanks to Jessica Travis, Paul Hamburg, Ed Adams, Jennifer Frankel, Eleanor Beach, Melanie Heath, Jeff Kross, Frank Lawrence, Gabriela Llamos, Fabrice Nijhof, Leigh Raymond, Thaddeus Russell, Sunena Sabharwal, the late Kim Stewart, Lawrence Taylor, Beth Wilson, and UC Berkeley students in PACS courses, for work on earlier editions.
• This work was also assisted by generous grants from the E. and R. White Living Trust, Aberlin Fund, CS Fund, Boehm Foundation, Samuel S. Rubin Foundation, Fund for Equal Justice, Fund for Tomorrow, Sunflower Foundation, Ploughshares Fund, and the late Corliss Lamont, and by bequests from Frances Herring, Maurice and Jane Sugar Law Center for Economic and Social Justice, and donations from loyal MCLI Alums and Members.
• About The Editors
Ann Fagan Ginger is a lawyer, professor of Peace Law, and lecturer. She founded Meiklejohn Institute in 1965 and serves as its Executive Director. Her books in print include: (1993); (Meiklejohn Institute 1995); (with David Christiano) (2 vols) (Meiklejohn Institute 1987); (with Eugene M. Tobin) (1987); (2 vols) (1984-85). She was first chairperson of the Berkeley City Commission on Peace and Justice and teaches at University of San Francisco Law School and San Francisco State University, where she is co-coordinator of Global Peace Studies.
Jim Ginger is a journeyman printer, occasional poet, apprentice in life.