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Voting Rights In Florida 1982 - 2006, Jonel Newman Jan 2006

Voting Rights In Florida 1982 - 2006, Jonel Newman

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Making America "The Land Of Second Chances": Restoring Socioeconomic Rights For Ex-Offenders, Deborah N. Archer, Kele Stewart Jan 2006

Making America "The Land Of Second Chances": Restoring Socioeconomic Rights For Ex-Offenders, Deborah N. Archer, Kele Stewart

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Scientific Secrecy And "Spin": The Sad, Sleazy Saga Of The Trials Of Remune, Susan Haack Jan 2006

Scientific Secrecy And "Spin": The Sad, Sleazy Saga Of The Trials Of Remune, Susan Haack

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Constructing International Law In The East Indian Seas: Property, Sovereignty, Commerce And War In Hugo Grotius' De Iure Praedae - The Law Of Prize And Booty, Or On How To Distinguish Merchants From Pirates, Ileana Porras Jan 2006

Constructing International Law In The East Indian Seas: Property, Sovereignty, Commerce And War In Hugo Grotius' De Iure Praedae - The Law Of Prize And Booty, Or On How To Distinguish Merchants From Pirates, Ileana Porras

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The Fall Of Legal Ethics And The Rise Of Risk Management, Anthony V. Alfieri Jan 2006

The Fall Of Legal Ethics And The Rise Of Risk Management, Anthony V. Alfieri

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The Territorial Temptation: A Siren Song At Sea, Bernard H. Oxman Jan 2006

The Territorial Temptation: A Siren Song At Sea, Bernard H. Oxman

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The Death Penalty's Future: Charting The Crosscurrents Of Declining Death Sentences And The Mcveigh Factor, Scott E. Sundby Jan 2006

The Death Penalty's Future: Charting The Crosscurrents Of Declining Death Sentences And The Mcveigh Factor, Scott E. Sundby

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Inheritance Law In Tanzania: The Impoverishment Of Widows And Daughters, Tamar Ezer Jan 2006

Inheritance Law In Tanzania: The Impoverishment Of Widows And Daughters, Tamar Ezer

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Child Marriage And Guardianship In Tanzania: Robbing Girls Of Their Childhood And Infantilizing Women, Tamar Ezer, Kate Kerr, Kara Major, Aparna Polavarapu, Tina Tolentino Jan 2006

Child Marriage And Guardianship In Tanzania: Robbing Girls Of Their Childhood And Infantilizing Women, Tamar Ezer, Kate Kerr, Kara Major, Aparna Polavarapu, Tina Tolentino

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Latcrit X Afterword: Beyond The First Decade: A Forward-Looking History Of Latcrit Theory, Community And Praxis, Berta Hernandez-Truyol, Angela Harris, Francisco Valdes Jan 2006

Latcrit X Afterword: Beyond The First Decade: A Forward-Looking History Of Latcrit Theory, Community And Praxis, Berta Hernandez-Truyol, Angela Harris, Francisco Valdes

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Jewish Law For The Law Librarian, David Hollander Jan 2006

Jewish Law For The Law Librarian, David Hollander

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Mr Hollander provides an introductory guide to the Jewish legal system with the intent of providing law librarians with the basic knowledge necessary to begin to help a patron conduct research in Jewish law.


A Dispatch From The Crypto Wars, A. Michael Froomkin Jan 2006

A Dispatch From The Crypto Wars, A. Michael Froomkin

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Matt Curtin's Brute Force is a primarily personal account of one early effort to harness the power of distributed computing. In 1997, Mr. Curtin and other members of the DESCHALL (DES Challenge) project built, distributed, and managed software that united thousands of computers, many of them ordinary personal computers, in the search for a single decryption key among 72 quadrillion possibilities. The DESCHALL project sought to demonstrate that DES, then the U.S. national standard encryption algorithm, was no longer as secure as advertised. While Brute Force also offers some background on encryption regulation, export control policy, and other ...


Repeat Infringement In The Digital Millennium Copyright Act, A. Michael Froomkin Jan 2006

Repeat Infringement In The Digital Millennium Copyright Act, A. Michael Froomkin

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The Plural Of Anecdote Is "Blog", A. Michael Froomkin Jan 2006

The Plural Of Anecdote Is "Blog", A. Michael Froomkin

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Information Society Challenges To Financial Regulation, Caroline Bradley Jan 2006

Information Society Challenges To Financial Regulation, Caroline Bradley

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Colorblind Must Not Mean Blind To The Realities Facing Black Children, Zanita E. Fenton Jan 2006

Colorblind Must Not Mean Blind To The Realities Facing Black Children, Zanita E. Fenton

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When "Victory" Masks Retreat: The Lsat, Constitutional Dualism, And The End Of Diversity, D. Marvin Jones Jan 2006

When "Victory" Masks Retreat: The Lsat, Constitutional Dualism, And The End Of Diversity, D. Marvin Jones

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Jewish Law For The Law Librarian, David Hollander Jan 2006

Jewish Law For The Law Librarian, David Hollander

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Mr Hollander provides an introductory guide to the Jewish legal system with the intent of providing law librarians with the basic knowledge necessary to begin to help a patron conduct research in Jewish law.


George P. Fletcher And Steve Sheppard, American Law In A Global Context: The Basics. Oxford And New York, Oxford University Press 2005 (Book Review), Janet E. Stearns Jan 2006

George P. Fletcher And Steve Sheppard, American Law In A Global Context: The Basics. Oxford And New York, Oxford University Press 2005 (Book Review), Janet E. Stearns

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Out Of Thin Air: Using First Amendment Public Forum Analysis To Redeem American Broadcasting Regulation, Anthony E. Varona Jan 2006

Out Of Thin Air: Using First Amendment Public Forum Analysis To Redeem American Broadcasting Regulation, Anthony E. Varona

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American television and radio broadcasters are uniquely privileged among Federal Communications Commission (FCC) licensees. Exalted as public trustees by the 1934 Communications Act, broadcasters pay virtually nothing for the use of their channels of public radiofrequency spectrum, unlike many other FCC licensees who have paid billions of dollars for similar digital spectrum. Congress envisioned a social contract of sorts between broadcast licensees and the communities they served. In exchange for their free licenses, broadcast stations were charged with providing a platform for a "free marketplace of ideas" that would cultivate a democratically engaged and enlightened citizenry through the broadcasting of ...


Fact-Finding As A Lawmaking Tool For Advancing Women's Human Rights, Tamar Ezer, Susan Deller Ross Jan 2006

Fact-Finding As A Lawmaking Tool For Advancing Women's Human Rights, Tamar Ezer, Susan Deller Ross

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