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University at Buffalo School of Law

Comparative and Foreign Law

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Dressing And Addressing The Kenyan Judiciary: Reflecting On The History And Politics Of Judicial Attire And Address, Willy Mutunga Apr 2014

Dressing And Addressing The Kenyan Judiciary: Reflecting On The History And Politics Of Judicial Attire And Address, Willy Mutunga

Buffalo Human Rights Law Review

No abstract provided.


Original Intent: The Judicial Uses Of History And Constitutional Interpretation In Australia And The United States, Stephen A. James Sep 1992

Original Intent: The Judicial Uses Of History And Constitutional Interpretation In Australia And The United States, Stephen A. James

In the Public Interest

No abstract provided.


Notes Toward A History Of American Justice, Lawrence M. Friedman Oct 1974

Notes Toward A History Of American Justice, Lawrence M. Friedman

Buffalo Law Review

Adapted from the Mitchell lecture delivered by the author at the State University of New York at Buffalo School of Law on October 17, 1973


Jeremy Bentham's Codification Proposals And Some Remarks On Their Place In History, Terry Difilippo Oct 1972

Jeremy Bentham's Codification Proposals And Some Remarks On Their Place In History, Terry Difilippo

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Towards A Subjective Theory Of Law: Some Legal Implications Of Existentialism, Barry Bassis Oct 1972

Towards A Subjective Theory Of Law: Some Legal Implications Of Existentialism, Barry Bassis

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Influence Of Bentham's Philosophy Of Law On The Early Nineteenth Century Codification Movement In The United States, George M. Hezel Oct 1972

The Influence Of Bentham's Philosophy Of Law On The Early Nineteenth Century Codification Movement In The United States, George M. Hezel

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.