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2000 Academic Hooding Ceremony, Nova Southeastern University Dec 2000

2000 Academic Hooding Ceremony, Nova Southeastern University

NSU Commencement Programs

No abstract provided.


2000 Survey Of Florida Law: Real Property, Ronald B. Brown, Joseph M. Grohman Oct 2000

2000 Survey Of Florida Law: Real Property, Ronald B. Brown, Joseph M. Grohman

Faculty Scholarship

This survey covers Florida judicial decisions and legislation that appeared between July 1, 1999 and June 30, 2000. As in past years, the volume is huge. So many cases and statutes can have an impact on real estate that we had to limit our coverage to what we thought would be of particular interest to the real estate community. Our goal is to inform our readers of what has happened and, on occasion when we thought it was needed, to voice agreement, disagreement, or suggestions for the future. As always, we urge you to read the original cases and acts ...


2000 Fall On-Campus Interviewing Program, Nova Southeastern University Sep 2000

2000 Fall On-Campus Interviewing Program, Nova Southeastern University

Shepard Broad College of Law Course Catalogs

No abstract provided.


Judgments Rendered In 1999 By The International Criminal Tribunals For The Former Yugosalvia And For Rwanda: Tadic (App.Ch.); Aleksovski (Icty); Jelisic (Icty); Ruzindana & Kayishema (Ictr); Serushago (Ictr); Rutaganda (Ictr), Kelly D. Askin Jan 2000

Judgments Rendered In 1999 By The International Criminal Tribunals For The Former Yugosalvia And For Rwanda: Tadic (App.Ch.); Aleksovski (Icty); Jelisic (Icty); Ruzindana & Kayishema (Ictr); Serushago (Ictr); Rutaganda (Ictr), Kelly D. Askin

ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law

The year of 1999 witnessed extensive activity in the two United Nations ad hoc Tribunal established to prosecute serious violations of international humanitarian law committed in the territory of the former Yugoslavia and in Rwanda.


The Imprint Of Kosovo On The Law Of Humanitarian Intervention, Julie Mertus Jan 2000

The Imprint Of Kosovo On The Law Of Humanitarian Intervention, Julie Mertus

ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law

For nearly ten years, human rights advocates have tried to focus public attention on Kosovo.


Masters In Health Law Overview, Nova Southeastern University Jan 2000

Masters In Health Law Overview, Nova Southeastern University

Shepard Broad College of Law Course Catalogs

No abstract provided.


Pro Bono Students Florida, Nova Southeastern University Jan 2000

Pro Bono Students Florida, Nova Southeastern University

Shepard Broad College of Law Course Catalogs

No abstract provided.


Pro Bono Honor Program, Nova Southeastern University Jan 2000

Pro Bono Honor Program, Nova Southeastern University

Shepard Broad College of Law Course Catalogs

No abstract provided.


Law Library Information Guide, Nova Southeastern University Jan 2000

Law Library Information Guide, Nova Southeastern University

Shepard Broad College of Law Course Catalogs

No abstract provided.


Alumni Networking Social, Nova Southeastern University Jan 2000

Alumni Networking Social, Nova Southeastern University

Shepard Broad College of Law Course Catalogs

No abstract provided.


Ph.D. In Dispute Resolution Student Handbook, Nova Southeastern University Jan 2000

Ph.D. In Dispute Resolution Student Handbook, Nova Southeastern University

College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Course Catalogs

No abstract provided.


International Law Antinomies And Contradictions Of An Era Of Historical Transition: Retrospective On The Nato Armed Intervention In Kosovo, Edward Mcwhinney Jan 2000

International Law Antinomies And Contradictions Of An Era Of Historical Transition: Retrospective On The Nato Armed Intervention In Kosovo, Edward Mcwhinney

ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law

We live today in an era of historical transition. The 20th century really ended with the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989.


Terrorism On Trial: The Lockerbie Criminal Proceedings, Michael P. Scharf Jan 2000

Terrorism On Trial: The Lockerbie Criminal Proceedings, Michael P. Scharf

ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law

On December 21, 1998, a bomb exploded in the cargo hold of Pan Am Flight 103 killing all 259 passengers and crew, as well as eleven residents of the town of Lockerbie where the wreckage of the Bowing 747 crashed 31,000 feet below.


Five Theoretical Themes In The World Trade Organization Adjudicatory System, Raj Bhala Jan 2000

Five Theoretical Themes In The World Trade Organization Adjudicatory System, Raj Bhala

ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law

I am not sure about the poetic tastes of my distinguished colleagues on the panel.


Human Rights Environment And Development In South Asia, Ali M. Qazilbash Jan 2000

Human Rights Environment And Development In South Asia, Ali M. Qazilbash

ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law

The fundamental importance of the issue of Human Rights and the environment to any society is deeply appreciated today.


From Bosnia To Kosovo And East Timor: The Changing Role Of The United Nations In The Administration Of Territory, Ralph Wilde Jan 2000

From Bosnia To Kosovo And East Timor: The Changing Role Of The United Nations In The Administration Of Territory, Ralph Wilde

ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law

In recent years there has been a resurgence in projects where territorial units are administered by international organizations.


Evolving Human Rights Norms Around Sexuality, Kristen L. Walker Jan 2000

Evolving Human Rights Norms Around Sexuality, Kristen L. Walker

ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law

International human rights law has only very recently begun to address issues of sexual identity.


Procedural Limitations On Capital Punishment: The Case Of Foreign Nationals, John Quigley Jan 2000

Procedural Limitations On Capital Punishment: The Case Of Foreign Nationals, John Quigley

ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law

A factor that has focused international attention on capital punishment in the United States is the infliction of this punishment on foreign nationals.


Changing Hearts And Minds: The Domestic Influence Of International Tribunals, Belinda Cooper Jan 2000

Changing Hearts And Minds: The Domestic Influence Of International Tribunals, Belinda Cooper

ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law

I have been observing events in Kosovo as someone interested not only in international tribunals, but also in German history, and especially in the way in which Germany has dealt with the legacies of World War I and the Holocaust.


Collective Harms Under The Alien Tort Statute: A Cautionary Note On Class Actions, Catharine A. Mackinnon Jan 2000

Collective Harms Under The Alien Tort Statute: A Cautionary Note On Class Actions, Catharine A. Mackinnon

ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law

A small but increasing number of class actions for mass human rights violations are being brought under the Alien Tort Statute, 28 U.S.C. § 1350.


The Proposed Antarctic Treaty On Environmental Damage, Don Mackaay Jan 2000

The Proposed Antarctic Treaty On Environmental Damage, Don Mackaay

ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law

I have been asked to speak about the status of the negotiations on the draft agreement on Liability for Damage to the Antarctic Environment, which are being undertaken by the Parties to the Antarctic Treaty, and their prospects for success.


Self-Determination For Indigenous Peoples After Kosovo: Translating Self-Determination "Into Practice" And "Into Peace", Lorie M. Graham Jan 2000

Self-Determination For Indigenous Peoples After Kosovo: Translating Self-Determination "Into Practice" And "Into Peace", Lorie M. Graham

ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law

Numerous scholars have traced the early origins of self-determination from the Marxist precepts of class liberation to the Wilsonian ideals of democracy and freedom.


Accountability Beckons During A Year Of Worries For The Khmer Rouge Leadership, Craig Etcheson Jan 2000

Accountability Beckons During A Year Of Worries For The Khmer Rouge Leadership, Craig Etcheson

ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law

The year 1999 saw a series of extraordinary developments in the search for justice in the case of Cambodia's Khmer Rouge.


The Rights Of The Accused In A Global Enforcement Arena, Diane Marie Amann Jan 2000

The Rights Of The Accused In A Global Enforcement Arena, Diane Marie Amann

ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law

It is a commonplace that crime, no less than other industries, has become a global venture.


Lessons From Kosovo: Towards A Multiple Track System Of Human Rights Protection, James D. Wilets Jan 2000

Lessons From Kosovo: Towards A Multiple Track System Of Human Rights Protection, James D. Wilets

ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law

The NATO intervention in Kosovo has raised questions regarding the authority of regional security bodies such as NATO to enforce universally recognized human rights norms without authorization from the United Nations.


International Human Rights, International Humanitarian Law, And Environmental Security: Can The International Criminal Court Bridge The Gaps?, Mark A. Drumbl Jan 2000

International Human Rights, International Humanitarian Law, And Environmental Security: Can The International Criminal Court Bridge The Gaps?, Mark A. Drumbl

ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law

Human rights law has evolved considerably over the past half-century. Much of this evolution has occurred at the international level.


Lecciones De Kosovo: Hacia Una Trayectoria Multiple En La Proteccion De Los Derechos Humanos, Jim Wilets Jan 2000

Lecciones De Kosovo: Hacia Una Trayectoria Multiple En La Proteccion De Los Derechos Humanos, Jim Wilets

ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law

La intervenci6n de la NATO en Kosovo ha creado dudas con respecto a la autoridad de los cuerpos regionales de seguridad como la NATO para hacer cumplir las normas de los derechos humanos reconocidas universalmente sin la autoridad de las Naciones Unidas.


A Case In Exploitation: Elian Gonzalez, Should He Stay Or Should He Go?, Erin Deady Jan 2000

A Case In Exploitation: Elian Gonzalez, Should He Stay Or Should He Go?, Erin Deady

ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law

By now we have all heard the issues framed. A young five-year-old boy is found clinging to a life raft after two days at sea adrift.


El Secreto Mas Guardado De Los Carteles De La Cocaina…El Intercanbio Del Peso En El Marcado Negro; El Negocio Es Bueno, Pero Ἱpor Cuanto Tiempo, Y A Que' Precio?, Michael C. Greenberg Jan 2000

El Secreto Mas Guardado De Los Carteles De La Cocaina…El Intercanbio Del Peso En El Marcado Negro; El Negocio Es Bueno, Pero Ἱpor Cuanto Tiempo, Y A Que' Precio?, Michael C. Greenberg

ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law

La fecha es el 2 de julio de 1991, amontonadas sobre las mesas rectangulares se encuentran pilas de d6lares.


The New Accessions To The European Union From The Central And Eastern Eurpoean Countries: The Strategy Of Accession And Its Implications On The Environmental European Community Policy, Mar Campins Eritja, Andreu Olesti Rayo Jan 2000

The New Accessions To The European Union From The Central And Eastern Eurpoean Countries: The Strategy Of Accession And Its Implications On The Environmental European Community Policy, Mar Campins Eritja, Andreu Olesti Rayo

ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law

Beginning in the early 1990's, and coinciding with the current situation created in Europe by the disintegration of the Soviet Union, the changing circumstances within the world context, especially in the European ambit, have caused certain countries of Central and Eastern Europe (hereinafter "CEEC' s") to request accession to the European Union.