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Comparative, Foreign, and International Law (16)
Los Grandes Rechazos de la Sentencia Roe v. Wade Revista Derechos Humanos (2010)
: Quizás mayormente a causa del poder económico de los Estados Unidos, su alta jurisprudencia constitucional suele tener mucha influencia en otros países. En particular, la sentencia de la Corte Suprema norteamericana Roe v. Wade, ...
Securing the Rule of Law through Interpretive Pluralism: An Argument from Comparative Law Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly (2008)
Can law rule? For law to rule, it must be enforced. But when law is enforced, not it but its enforcers may rule. To bind those enforcers firmly to the law, they, too, would have ...
Can Practice Do Without Theory? Differing Answers in Western Legal Education Indiana International & Comparative Law Review (1993)
The demise of the Soviet bureaucratic state and the rebirth of laissez-faire economics worldwide- as well as the scholarship of people such as Richard Rorty- have created a crisis not only for planning but for ...
Jurisprudence (Philosophy of Law) (33)
Her Choice, Her Problem: How Having a Choice Diminishes Family Solidarity Valparaiso University Legal Studies Research Paper (2011)
This Article explores a little-noticed dimension of abortion and assisted suicide (or voluntary euthanasia): how choosing to reject those options can have a negative impact on the legally authorized choosers. Women who refuse abortion may ...