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In The Name Of God The Most Gracious The Most Merciful, Saud Alhassan Saud Abdulaziz Al Saud May 2012

In The Name Of God The Most Gracious The Most Merciful, Saud Alhassan Saud Abdulaziz Al Saud

Dissertations & Theses

This thesis explains the Islamic law that applies the Quran and Sunnah as a constitution, and the concept of Rahma. It will emphasize this concept by explaining the rigid law of Hudod, then elaborating on Rahma.


Football V. Football: A Comparison Of Agent Regulation In France’S Ligue 1 And The National Football League, Thomas A. Baker Iii, Darren A. Heitner, Jean Francois Brocard, Kevin K. Byon Apr 2012

Football V. Football: A Comparison Of Agent Regulation In France’S Ligue 1 And The National Football League, Thomas A. Baker Iii, Darren A. Heitner, Jean Francois Brocard, Kevin K. Byon

Pace Intellectual Property, Sports & Entertainment Law Forum

Baker, Heitner, Broçard and Byon, in their article Football v. Football, analyze agent regulation in the NFL and compare it to how agents are regulated in France for Ligue 1. The article begins with a brief discussion on the concept of a sports agency that includes analysis of governmental regulation of agency in both the United States and in France. The article continues by exploring how agents are regulated in their representation of the NFL and Ligue 1 football players. Subsequently the article concludes with a discussion that includes suggestions concerning future agent regulation for both the NFL and Ligue …


Uk’S Ratification Of The Cisg – An Old Debate Or A New Hope For The Economy Of The Uk On Its Way Out Of The Recession: The Potential Impact Of The Cisg On The Uk’S Sme, Silvia E. Nikolova Feb 2012

Uk’S Ratification Of The Cisg – An Old Debate Or A New Hope For The Economy Of The Uk On Its Way Out Of The Recession: The Potential Impact Of The Cisg On The Uk’S Sme, Silvia E. Nikolova

Pace International Law Review Online Companion

The main hypothesis of this article is that the Vienna Convention on the International Sale of Goods has the potential to act as a catalyst for the economy of the UK on its way out of the recession and, therefore, should be ratified, as it will strongly affect the development of the SME sector. This hypothesis will be questioned and evaluated throughout the article.

In Part II of the article, the importance of the SMEs for the current economy of the UK will be assessed. Together with Part I, Part II will form the prism through which the remainder of …


Unsex Mothering: Toward A New Culture Of Parenting, Darren Rosenblum Jan 2012

Unsex Mothering: Toward A New Culture Of Parenting, Darren Rosenblum

Elisabeth Haub School of Law Faculty Publications

In this Article, I observe that “mothering” and “fathering” have been inappropriately tethered to biosex. “Mothering” should be unsexed as the primary parental relationship. “Fathering,” correspondingly, should be unsexed from its breadwinner status. In an ideal world, people now considered “mothers” and “fathers” would be “parents” first, a category that includes all forms of caretaking. One could even imagine an androgynous world in which parenting has no sexed subcategories, whether attached to biosex or not. I doubt our world is anywhere near that; I also wonder whether universal androgyny is a utopian ideal worth pursuing. I instead focus in this …


The Legal Roadmap For Environmental Sustainability In Africa: Expansive Participatory Rights And International Environmental Justice, Alali Tamuno Jan 2012

The Legal Roadmap For Environmental Sustainability In Africa: Expansive Participatory Rights And International Environmental Justice, Alali Tamuno

Dissertations & Theses

The primary goal of this study is to strengthen the participatory environmental rights model in Principle 10 of the Rio Declaration on Environment and Development and similar regional provisions and to promote International Environmental Justice. The first part of the argument in this dissertation is that the three pillars of participatory environmental rights in Principle 10 of the Rio Declaration on Environment and Development and similar regional provisions need to be strengthened with a fourth environmental rights pillar in the form of a right of access to broad environmental education, which includes anti-corruption education, especially public sector corruption, in order …