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Link to the correct version of my paper on when international law should be allowed to override domestic law:

After some technical difficulties, SSRN has finally been able to post the updated version of my forthcoming Stanford Law Review article "Should International Law be Part of Our Law?"(coauthored with John McGinnis). It is available here. I mention this only because, in recent days, Instapundit and the Legal Theory Blog have linked to an outdated version of the paper that SSRN posted as a result of a technical problem, and I fear that many readers have downloaded the wrong version as a result. Sorry for any confusion!

LeftLeaningVolokhReader:
Ok let's start the over/under line here:

Goldsmith, Bradley or Koh gets cited: 12
Yoo or Flaherty get cited (including transcribed debates): 5
Beth Stephens gets debunked: 3
Paquette Habana, Charming Betsy gets mangled: 12

Feel free to add
1.30.2007 7:32pm
James Grimmelmann (mail) (www):
Yet another reason not to use SSRN. The long feedback loop created by its review processes makes it harder to flush out and correct technical glitches of this sort.
1.30.2007 7:33pm
Tre:
I fear that many readers have downloaded the wrong version as a result . . .

...or that the download count might go to the wrong place.
1.30.2007 9:42pm
Ilya Somin:
...or that the download count might go to the wrong place.

Guilty as charged. But in this case public interested motives coincide with self-interested ones.
1.30.2007 10:41pm