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Diaspora And Deadlock, Miami And Havana: Coming To Terms With Dreams And Dogmas, Francisco Valdes Jan 2003

Diaspora And Deadlock, Miami And Havana: Coming To Terms With Dreams And Dogmas, Francisco Valdes

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Hard Law, Soft Law, And Non-Law In Multilateral Arms Control: Some Compliance Hypotheses, Richard L. Williamson Jr. Jan 2003

Hard Law, Soft Law, And Non-Law In Multilateral Arms Control: Some Compliance Hypotheses, Richard L. Williamson Jr.

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Silence Compounded - The Conjunction Of Race And Gender Violence, Zanita E. Fenton Jan 2003

Silence Compounded - The Conjunction Of Race And Gender Violence, Zanita E. Fenton

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Foreword: Addressing The Real World Of Racial Injustice In The Criminal Justice System, Donna Coker Jan 2003

Foreword: Addressing The Real World Of Racial Injustice In The Criminal Justice System, Donna Coker

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Icann And Antitrust, A. Michael Froomkin Jan 2003

Icann And Antitrust, A. Michael Froomkin

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National identification ("ID") cards appear increasingly inevitable. National ID cards have the potential to be repressive and privacy destroying, but it is also possible to design a system that captures more benefits than costs. Because the United States currently lacks a single, reliable credential, private businesses have trouble authenticating their customers and matching data among distributed databases. This Article argues that the desire for reliable ID creates a window of opportunity for the federal government to strike a bargain: offer private businesses the use of a reliable credential in the form of a national ID card, on the condition that ...


The Office Of The Oath, Patrick O. Gudridge Jan 2003

The Office Of The Oath, Patrick O. Gudridge

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Class And Status In American Law: Race, Interest, And The Anti-Transformation Cases, Martha R. Mahoney Jan 2003

Class And Status In American Law: Race, Interest, And The Anti-Transformation Cases, Martha R. Mahoney

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Agora (Continued): Future Implications Of The Iraq Conflict Editors' Note, Lori Fisler Damrosh, Bernard H. Oxman Jan 2003

Agora (Continued): Future Implications Of The Iraq Conflict Editors' Note, Lori Fisler Damrosh, Bernard H. Oxman

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Risk Management And Organizational Governance: The Case Of Enron, Robert Eli Rosen Jan 2003

Risk Management And Organizational Governance: The Case Of Enron, Robert Eli Rosen

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The Capital Jury And Empathy: The Problem Of Worthy And Unworthy Victims, Scott E. Sundby Jan 2003

The Capital Jury And Empathy: The Problem Of Worthy And Unworthy Victims, Scott E. Sundby

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To Do Is To Be, Zanita E. Fenton Jan 2003

To Do Is To Be, Zanita E. Fenton

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Children's Rights In Israel: An End To Corporal Punishment, Tamar Ezer Jan 2003

Children's Rights In Israel: An End To Corporal Punishment, Tamar Ezer

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Agora: Future Implications Of The Iraq Conflict Editors' Introduction, Lori Fisler Damrosh, Bernard H. Oxman Jan 2003

Agora: Future Implications Of The Iraq Conflict Editors' Introduction, Lori Fisler Damrosh, Bernard H. Oxman

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Retrying Race, Anthony V. Alfieri Jan 2003

Retrying Race, Anthony V. Alfieri

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Addressing Domestic Violence Through A Strategy Of Economic Rights, Donna Coker Jan 2003

Addressing Domestic Violence Through A Strategy Of Economic Rights, Donna Coker

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Commentary: Time To Hug A Bureaucrat, A. Michael Froomkin Jan 2003

Commentary: Time To Hug A Bureaucrat, A. Michael Froomkin

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Habermas@Discourse.Net: Toward A Critical Theory Of Cyberspace, A. Michael Froomkin Jan 2003

Habermas@Discourse.Net: Toward A Critical Theory Of Cyberspace, A. Michael Froomkin

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Essay: Remember Endo?, Patrick O. Gudridge Jan 2003

Essay: Remember Endo?, Patrick O. Gudridge

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Targeting Exemption For Charitable Efficiency: Designing A Nondiversion Constraint, Frances R. Hill Jan 2003

Targeting Exemption For Charitable Efficiency: Designing A Nondiversion Constraint, Frances R. Hill

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Truth, Truths, "Truth," And "Truths" In The Law, Susan Haack Jan 2003

Truth, Truths, "Truth," And "Truths" In The Law, Susan Haack

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Trials And Tribulations: Science In The Law, Susan Haack Jan 2003

Trials And Tribulations: Science In The Law, Susan Haack

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Subject Unrest, Jerome M. Culp Jr., Angela P. Harris, Francisco Valdes Jan 2003

Subject Unrest, Jerome M. Culp Jr., Angela P. Harris, Francisco Valdes

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Piney Run: The Permits Are Not What They Seem, Jessica Owley Jan 2003

Piney Run: The Permits Are Not What They Seem, Jessica Owley

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In 2001, the Fourth Circuit addressed the permit shield provision of the Clean Water Act and found it to provide broad-scale protection for polluters. In Piney Run Preservation Association v. County Commissioners of Carroll County, the Fourth Circuit held that facilities with discharge permits are protected from lawsuits even when discharging pollutants not contained within their permits. Under this ruling, permit holders may discharge, without fear of penalty, any disclosed pollutant within the reasonable expectation of the permitting authority. This decision is worrisome because it does not protect the goals of the Clean Water Act and deprives the public of ...