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Memorial: Veronica Maclay (1948-2000), Jenni Parrish Jan 2001

Memorial: Veronica Maclay (1948-2000), Jenni Parrish

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Holding Multinational Corporations Responsible Under International Law, Joel R. Paul Jan 2001

Holding Multinational Corporations Responsible Under International Law, Joel R. Paul

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How Can An Association Of Law Schools Promote Quality Legal Education?, H.G. Prince Jan 2001

How Can An Association Of Law Schools Promote Quality Legal Education?, H.G. Prince

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¿Cómo Puede Una Asociación De Escuelas De Derecho Promover La Enseñanza Legal De Calidad?, H.G. Prince Jan 2001

¿Cómo Puede Una Asociación De Escuelas De Derecho Promover La Enseñanza Legal De Calidad?, H.G. Prince

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Beyond Personhood And Autonomy: Moral Theory And The Premises Of Privacy, Aaron J. Rappaport Jan 2001

Beyond Personhood And Autonomy: Moral Theory And The Premises Of Privacy, Aaron J. Rappaport

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The Politics Of Judicial Reform In Japan: The Rule Of Law At Last?, Setsuo Miyazawa Jan 2001

The Politics Of Judicial Reform In Japan: The Rule Of Law At Last?, Setsuo Miyazawa

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The purpose of this paper is to discuss the most recent changes in Japan's political environment that could radically alter its judicial system and legal profession in the near future. Reform of the judicial system and legal profession has now been placed on the national agenda, and the cast of players involved has spread from the traditional groups of legal professionals (judges, prosecutors, and attorneys) to the major actors of the larger political process, namely the Liberal Democratic Party (Jiya Minshu T6) ("LDP"), the ruling conservative party, and the Federation of Economic Organizations (Keidanren), one of the most influential ...


From Difference To Dominance To Domesticity: Care As Work, Gender As Tradition, Joan C. Williams Jan 2001

From Difference To Dominance To Domesticity: Care As Work, Gender As Tradition, Joan C. Williams

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Dedication To Professor Ray Forrester, Leo P. Martinez Jan 2001

Dedication To Professor Ray Forrester, Leo P. Martinez

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The Pinochet Precedent And Universal Jurisdiction, Naomi Roht-Arriaza Jan 2001

The Pinochet Precedent And Universal Jurisdiction, Naomi Roht-Arriaza

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Codes Of Conduct: The Fiction Of Corporate Self-Regulation, Naomi Roht-Arriaza Jan 2001

Codes Of Conduct: The Fiction Of Corporate Self-Regulation, Naomi Roht-Arriaza

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