Michael J. Glennon

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Michael Glennon is a Professor of International Law at The Fletcher School at Tufts University. [1]

"Member, Council on Foreign Relations, American Law Institute; Professor of Law, University of California, Davis (1987-2002); Fulbright Distinguished Professor of Law, Vytautus Magnus University School of Law, Kaunas, Lithuania (1998); also taught at the University of Cincinnati College of Law and New York University Law School; Fellow, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (2001-2002); private law practice, Washington, D.C. (1980-1981); Legal Counsel, Senate Foreign Relations Committee (1977-1980); Assistant Counsel, Office of the Legislative Counsel, U.S. Senate (1973-1977); Consultant to U.S. Department of State (2004 - present), International Atomic Energy Agency (1998), Senate Foreign Relations Committee (1988) and Senate Judiciary Committee (1987); Deak Prize recipient, American Society of International Law (1984)." [2]

"Professor Glennon is the author of numerous articles on constitutional and international law as well a number of books. These include Limits of Law, Prerogatives of Power: Interventionism after Kosovo (Palgrave: 2001); United States Foreign Relations and National Security Law, 2nd ed. (with Thomas M. Franck; West Publishing Company: 1993); When No Majority Rules, (Congressional Quarterly Press (1992)); Constitutional Diplomacy (Princeton University Press: 1990); and Foreign Affairs and the U.S. Constitution (co-edited with Louis Henkin and William D. Rogers; Transnational Publishers: 1990)." [3]

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  1. Michael J. Glennon, Tufts University, accessed October 11, 2007.
  2. Michael J. Glennon, Tufts University, accessed October 11, 2007.
  3. Michael J. Glennon: Biographical Note, Tufts University, accessed October 11, 2007.
  4. Edward S. Herman and David Peterson, "Morality's Avenging Angels: The New Humanitarian Crusaders", Znet, 30 August 2005.
  5. Staff, Cultural Change Institute, accessed December 12, 2010.
  6. CV, Tufts University, accessed October 11, 2007.