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Dr. Sarah CLEVELAND

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1993-1994 Supreme Court of the United States, Washington D.C., Law clerk
1999 Erlenborn Commission, U.S. Legal Services Corporation, expert to five-member federal commission reviewing the provision of legal services to aliens in the United States.
2003 Afghanistan Transitional Commercial Law Project Working Group. Expert on ABA-sponsored project responsible for drafting transitional labor and employment code for post-Taliban Afghanistan.
2001-1997 University of Texas School of Law, Assistant Professor
since 2001 Professor. Teaching and research in U.S. foreign relations law, international human and labor right, and federal civil procedure

Mitgliedschaften

2001-2004 Rhodes Scholarship Selection Committee, Texas, State Secretary
since 2002 Advisory Council, International Labor Rights Fund
since 2002 Legal Advisory Council, Center for Justice and Accountability
since 1998 American Society of International Law

Publikationen

2001 Human Rights Sanctions and the World Trade Organization, in Human Rights, The Environment, and The Liveralization of International Trade
2001 Crosby and the "One Voice" Myth in U.S. Foreign Relations, 46 Villanova L. Rev. 975
2002 Human Rights Sanstions and International Trade: A Theory of Compatibility, JIEL 133
2002 Powers Inherent in Sovereignty: Indians, Aliens, Territories, and the Nineteenth Century Orgins of Plenary Power over Foreign Relations, 81 TEXAS L. REV. 1

Auszeichnungen

2001 Harry A. Blackmun Fellow to the Alpen Justice & Society Institute, Aspen, CO
2000-2001 Excellence Teaching Award, University of Texas School of Law
2002 Manuskript, Powers Inherent in Sovereignty: Indians, Aliens, Territories and the Nineteenth-Century Orgins of Plenary Power Over Foreign Affairs, Constitutional Law-Historical Foundations selection at Third Annual Stanford Yale Junior Faculty Forum, Yale Law School