D'Amato, Anthony

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D'AMATO, Anthony

D'AMATO, Anthony. American, b. 1937. Genres: Plays/Screenplays, Law, Philosophy, Politics/Government. Career: Northwestern University, Chicago, Assistant Professor to Associate Professor, Leighton Professor of Law, 1968-. Publications: (ed. with W.C. Beal) The Realities of Vietnam, 1968; The Concept of Custom in International Law, 1971; (with R.M. O'Neil) The Judiciary and Vietnam, 1972; (co-author) The Politics of Ecosuicide, 1972; (co-author) The Political Calculus (philosophy), 1972; (co-author) International Law and Vietnam, vol. 3, 1973; The Magic Man (play), 1974; (with others) Desegregation from Brown to Alexander, 1978; (with B. Weston and R. Falk) International Law and World Order, 1980; R.S.V.P. Broadway (musical play), 1981; Assyrian Case for Autonomy, 1982; Jurisprudence: A Descriptive and Normative Analysis of Law, 1984; International Law: Process and Prospect, 1987; (with A. Jacobson) Justice and the Legal System, 1992; International Law Coursebook, 1994; (ed.) International Law Anthology, 1994; International Law and Political Reality, 1995; (co-ed.) International Environmental Law Anthology, 1996; (co-ed.) International Intellectual Property Anthology, 1996; (co-ed.) International Environmental Property Law, 1997; International Law Studies, 1997; Introduction to Law and Legal Thinking, 1996; (with D.E. Long) Coursebook in International Intellectual Property, 2000. Address: School of Law, Northwestern University, 357 E. Chicago Ave, Chicago, IL 60611, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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