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From Feudal Land Contracts To Financial Derivatives: The Treatment Of Status Through Specific Relief, John J. Chung Oct 2009

From Feudal Land Contracts To Financial Derivatives: The Treatment Of Status Through Specific Relief, John J. Chung

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The State Of Rule 3.8: Prosecutorial Ethics Reform Since Ethics 2000, Niki Kuckes Apr 2009

The State Of Rule 3.8: Prosecutorial Ethics Reform Since Ethics 2000, Niki Kuckes

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The Detainees' Dilemma: The Virtues And Vices Of Advocacy Strategies In The War On Terror, Peter Margulies Apr 2009

The Detainees' Dilemma: The Virtues And Vices Of Advocacy Strategies In The War On Terror, Peter Margulies

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What Is Specific About Specific Restitution, Colleen P. Murphy Mar 2009

What Is Specific About Specific Restitution, Colleen P. Murphy

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Complexity And Aggregation In Choice Of Law: An Introduction To The Landscape, Louise Ellen Teitz Jan 2009

Complexity And Aggregation In Choice Of Law: An Introduction To The Landscape, Louise Ellen Teitz

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Aliens In The Garden, Jared A. Goldstein Jan 2009

Aliens In The Garden, Jared A. Goldstein

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This Article examines environmental rhetoric and argues that a nationalist conception of nature has long distorted environmental policies. Environmental discourse frequently seeks to explain the natural world by reference to the world of nations, a phenomenon that can be characterized as the “nationalization of nature.” A contemporary example of the nationalization of nature is the rhetoric of “invasive species,” which depicts harmful foreign plants and animals in ways that bear an uncanny resemblance to the demonization of foreigners by opponents of immigration. A typical newspaper article about invasive species, bearing the headline “Eeeeek! The eels are coming!,” warned about an ...


Money As Simulacrum: The Legal Nature And Reality Of Money, John J. Chung Jan 2009

Money As Simulacrum: The Legal Nature And Reality Of Money, John J. Chung

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The Method And Role Of Comparative Law, Edward J. Eberle Jan 2009

The Method And Role Of Comparative Law, Edward J. Eberle

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