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Changes in the role of lawyers and corporate governance in Japan--How do we measure whether legal reform leads to real change?
Bruce E. Aronson, Changes in the Role of Lawyers and Corporate Governance in Japan--How Do We Measure Whether Legal Reform Leads to Real Change? 8 Wash. U. Global Stud. L. Rev. 223 (2009).
This Essay is part of a festschrift in honor of John Owen Haley and appears in a special issue of Washington University Global Studies Law Review. Haley is best known for his work on continuity and change in Japanese law ...
Why repeal of the death tax means the second demise of substantive due process
Paul E. McGreal, Why Repeal of the Death Tax Means the Second Demise of Substantive Due Process, 39 San Diego L. Rev. 551 (2002).
Nation-building in Afghanistan: Lessons identified in military justice reform
Sean M. Watts & Christopher E. Martin, Nation-Building in Afghanistan: Lessons Identified in Military Justice Reform, Army Law., May 2006, at 1.
From self-determination to self-domination: Native Americans, Western culture, and the promise of constitutional based-reform
Joshua Fershee, From Self-Determination to Self-Domination: Native Americans, Western Culture, and the Promise of Constitutional-Based Reform, 39 Val. U. L. Rev. 1 (2004).
This Article draws upon several sources in considering possible solutions to some of the key legal and cultural issues facing Native Americans. The Article provides a brief legal and cultural background of Native Americans, ...