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La Transición A La Economía Digital, Horacio M. Lynch, Mauricio Devoto May 2000

La Transición A La Economía Digital, Horacio M. Lynch, Mauricio Devoto

Horacio M. LYNCH

En el curso de una investigación, tropezamos con un reciente estudio de Nueva Zelanda denominado La economía del conocimiento , con un capítulo inicial cuyo título, por razones obvias, nos llamó la atención: "Venciendo la enfermedad argentina".


The Role Of Shame In Regulating Attorney Conduct, Judith Mcmorrow Apr 2000

The Role Of Shame In Regulating Attorney Conduct, Judith Mcmorrow

Judith A. McMorrow

No abstract provided.


Lr&W Should Begin At The Beginning: Reading Legal Authority, Jane Kent Gionfriddo Apr 2000

Lr&W Should Begin At The Beginning: Reading Legal Authority, Jane Kent Gionfriddo

Jane Kent Gionfriddo

No abstract provided.


Hacia Una Argentina Digital, Horacio M. Lynch, Mauricio Devoto Feb 2000

Hacia Una Argentina Digital, Horacio M. Lynch, Mauricio Devoto

Horacio M. LYNCH

"... En opinión de muchos especialistas respetados en el mundo, la Argentina no tiene futuro si no exporta. Pero exportar en este nuevo siglo no es lo mismo que hacerlo hacia el 1900: los precios de los productos primarios argentinos cayeron ocho veces en el siglo, lo que nos bajó del quinto puesto en el ránking de países al lugar número 50...".


A Different Kind Of Sameness: Beyond Formal Equality And Antisubordination Principles In Gay Legal Theory And Constitutional Doctrine, Nancy Levit Jan 2000

A Different Kind Of Sameness: Beyond Formal Equality And Antisubordination Principles In Gay Legal Theory And Constitutional Doctrine, Nancy Levit

Nancy Levit

Gay legal theory is at a crossroads reminiscent of the sameness/difference debate in feminist circles and the integrationist debate in critical race theory. Formal equality theorists take the heterosexual model as the norm and then seek to show that gays, lesbians, bisexuals, and transsexuals - except for their choice of partners - are just like heterosexuals. Antisubordination theorists attack the heterosexual model itself and seek to show that a society that insists on such a model is unjust. Neither of these strategies is wholly satisfactory. The formal equality model will fail to bring about fundamental reforms as long as sexual minorities ...


Are Religiously Affiliated Law Schools Obsolete In America? The View Of An Outsider Looking In, Randy Lee Jan 2000

Are Religiously Affiliated Law Schools Obsolete In America? The View Of An Outsider Looking In, Randy Lee

Randy Lee

No abstract provided.


Managed Care Issues, Chapter 14, § Viii (2011 Annual Update), Donald Bogan Dec 1999

Managed Care Issues, Chapter 14, § Viii (2011 Annual Update), Donald Bogan

Donald T. Bogan

No abstract provided.


Globalization And The U.S. Market In Legal Services – Shifting Identities, Carole Silver Dec 1999

Globalization And The U.S. Market In Legal Services – Shifting Identities, Carole Silver

Carole Silver

No abstract provided.


Student Evaluations - A Tool For Advancing Law Teacher Professionalism And Respect For Students, David Walter Dec 1999

Student Evaluations - A Tool For Advancing Law Teacher Professionalism And Respect For Students, David Walter

David Walter

No abstract provided.


A Survey Of Legal Ethics Education In Law Schools, Laurel S. Terry Dec 1999

A Survey Of Legal Ethics Education In Law Schools, Laurel S. Terry

Laurel S. Terry

This book chapter, which was published in 2000, provides an overview of legal ethics education in U.S. law schools. Since 1974, legal ethics instruction has been required in law schools by the major accrediting body for law schools. The methods by which this require­ment has been satisfied vary, but the result is a much richer ethics literature than existed previously and a variety of approaches to the topic. This book chapter begins with an overview of the regulation of U.S. lawyers. The second section discusses the history of the legal ethics course requrirement. This section includes data ...