Job Title

Founder and Principal at New-Rule


New-Rule LLC


United States

Area of Expertise

  • Conflict
  • Gender and constitutions
  • Diversity
  • Customary governance/legal pluralism
  • Human rights
  • Judicial system design
  • Minority issues
  • Participation
  • Power sharing (horizontal/vertical)
  • Religion
  • Security sector


Primer for Justice Components in Multidimensional Peace Operations: Strengthening the Rule of Law (UN, December 2007).

Carlson, Scott. Legal and Judicial Rule of Law Work in Multi-Dimensional Peacekeeping Operations: Lessons-Learned Study (UN, March 2006).

Carlson, Scott. “A Targeted Analysis of the Implementation of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights in the Republic of Macedonia,” American Bar Association, Spring 2005.

Carlson, Scott: co-author, The Practical Guide to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. Ardsley, NY: Transnational Publishing, Fall 2003.

Carlson, Scott: co-author, Albania Chapter, Nations in Transit. Washington, D.C.: Freedom House, Summer 2000, 2001, and 2002.

Carlson, Scott: co-author, “The Post-Conflict Transitional Administration of Kosovo and the Lessons-Learned in Efforts to Establish a Judiciary and Rule of Law,” Michigan Journal of International Law 22: 371, Fall 2001.

Carlson, Scott: co-author, “Political Killings in Kosovo/Kosova,” American Bar Association, Fall 2000.

Carlson, Scott. “Politics, Public Participation, and the 1998 Albanian Constitution,” Osteuropa Recht, Winter 1999.

Carlson, Scott. “Foreign Investment Laws and Foreign Direct Investment in Developing Countries: Albania’s Experiment,” International Law 29: 577, Fall 1995.

Carlson, Scott. “The Montreal Protocol, Subsidies, and the GATT: A Needed Reconciliation,” Texas International Law Journal 19: 211, Spring 1994.

Carlson, Scott. “One Class Graduates: Final Regulations Define One Class of Stock Requirement,” Journal of Southern Corporation Taxation 241, 1993.

Carlson, Scott, co-author, “International Cooperation in Criminal Matters: Western Europe’s International Approach to International Crime,” Nova Law Review 15: 551, 1991.

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