Natalie Bridgeman Fields, What Does ‘Access to Remedy’ Really Mean, Business for Social Responsibility, Guest Blog (2013), available here.
Natalie Bridgeman Fields, What Kiobel Means for Corporate Accountability (2013), available here.
A Call For Reform of World Bank Group Agribusiness Policies and Practice: A Proposal to End Violations of Indigenous and Traditional Peoples’ Rights, Accountability Counsel and the Center for International Environmental Law (August 2010), available here.
Natalie L. Bridgeman, BankTrack Publication, Human Rights responsibilities of private sector banks; The policy required to “Respect” and provide “Access to remedy”, Submission to Professor John Ruggie, United Nations Special Representative of the Secretary-General on the issue of human rights and transnational corporations and other business enterprises (July 2010), available here.
Natalie L. Bridgeman and David B. Hunter, Narrowing the Accountability Gap: Toward a New Foreign Investor Accountability Mechanism, 2 Geo. Int’l Env’tl. L. Rev. 187 (2008), available here.
Natalie L. Bridgeman and David B. Hunter, Working Discussion Paper on a Proposed EIB Accountability Mechanism (3 January 2007), available here.
Natalie L. Bridgeman, Human Rights Litigation Under the ATCA as a Proxy for Environmental Claims, 6 Yale H.R. & www. L.J. 1 (2003) *Winner of the 2002 Roscoe Hogan Environmental Law Essay Contest; available here.
Natalie L. Bridgeman, World Bank Reform in the ‘Post-Policy’ Era, 13 Geo. Int’l Env’tl. L. Rev. 1013 (2001), available here.
Kal Raustiala and Natalie L. Bridgeman, Nonstate Actors in the Global Climate Regime, Book Chapter in International Relations of Global Climate Change (forthcoming, 2nd Ed., MIT Press), available on SSRN.
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