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A Separation Of Powers Defense Of Federal Rulemaking Power, Michael Blasie Mar 2011

A Separation Of Powers Defense Of Federal Rulemaking Power, Michael Blasie

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Judicial rulemaking—the methods by which federal courts create federal procedural rules—represents a paradigmatic clash between the functionalist and formalist theories of the separation of powers. There exist compelling practical reasons to invest such power in the judiciary, yet the Constitution’s text does not explicitly confer such power on any branch. This Article comprehensively examines the separation of powers issues raised by the current federal rulemaking process under the formalist theory of the separation of powers in light of modern precedent. Part I details the current procedure for creating the federal rules, summarizes the relevant scholarship, and examines ...


International Initiatives That Facilitate Global Mobility In Higher Education, Laurel Terry Jan 2011

International Initiatives That Facilitate Global Mobility In Higher Education, Laurel Terry

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This article identifies a number of international initiatives that have contributed to, reflect, or facilitate global higher education mobility. The article begins by presenting statistics about global higher education mobility. The sections that follow address a number of “hard law” and “soft law” international initiatives that promote such mobility. The initiatives discussed in the article include, inter alia, European Union initiatives, the Bologna Process which led to the creation of the European Higher Education Area, and higher education initiatives of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), the World Trade Organization, the United Nations, and the Organization of Economic Cooperation and ...


Academics Making A Difference: Prosecutor Disclosure Obligations In Criminal Cases, Laurel Terry Jan 2011

Academics Making A Difference: Prosecutor Disclosure Obligations In Criminal Cases, Laurel Terry

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