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Everyone Knows Medellin; Has Anyone Heard Of O'Brien? Reconciling The United States And The International Community By Amending The Vccr, 43 J. Marshall L. Rev. 817 (2010), Steven M. Novak 2010 John Marshall Law School

Everyone Knows Medellin; Has Anyone Heard Of O'Brien? Reconciling The United States And The International Community By Amending The Vccr, 43 J. Marshall L. Rev. 817 (2010), Steven M. Novak

The John Marshall Law Review

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Running From The United States Treasury: The Need To Reform The Taxation Of Multinational Corporations, 43 J. Marshall L. Rev. 1041 (2010), Jennifer Barton 2010 John Marshall Law School

Running From The United States Treasury: The Need To Reform The Taxation Of Multinational Corporations, 43 J. Marshall L. Rev. 1041 (2010), Jennifer Barton

The John Marshall Law Review

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Identity, Effectiveness, And Newness In Transjudicialism's Coming Of Age, Mark Toufayan 2010 University of Ottawa

Identity, Effectiveness, And Newness In Transjudicialism's Coming Of Age, Mark Toufayan

Michigan Journal of International Law

This Article attempts to expose and problematize the ideological connections and normative commitments between these theoretical explanations of effectiveness and the pragmatic process-oriented proposals made in the 1990s when the United Nations was searching for ways to renew the discipline of international human rights law while avoiding the dual risks of politicization and Third World normative fragmentation. The liberal theory of effective supranational adjudication was the culmination of decade-long efforts by American liberal internationalists to provide a theoretical basis for and programmatic proposals towards achieving a more "effective" international human rights regime. Their theory aims at structuring the interface between ...


Collective Discursive Democracy And International Law Personality For Transnational Enterprises, Russell Miller 2009 Washington and Lee University School of Law

Collective Discursive Democracy And International Law Personality For Transnational Enterprises, Russell Miller

Russell A. Miller

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Officially Immune? A Response To Bradley And Goldsmith, Chimene I. Keitner 2009 University of California, Hastings

Officially Immune? A Response To Bradley And Goldsmith, Chimene I. Keitner

Chimene I Keitner

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Transnational Legal Practice 2009, Laurel S. Terry, Carole Silver, Ellyn Rosen 2009 Pennsylvania State University, Dickinson Law

Transnational Legal Practice 2009, Laurel S. Terry, Carole Silver, Ellyn Rosen

Laurel S. Terry

This article identifies some of the most important U.S. and international developments in transnational legal practice and provides citations for further research. The article begins by briefly reviewing the impact of the recession on legal services. The second section focuses on international developments. It identifies some of the ongoing efforts to implement the 2007 U.K. Legal Services Act, including the issuance of the influential Hunt and Smedley reports. It also provides information about law reform initiatives in France, Scotland and Korea. This section of the article also provides information about Canadian and Australian developments regarding admission of foreign ...


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