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Vol 74, No 3 (2013)

Table of Contents

Articles

Illiquidity and Financial Crisis PDF
Alessio M. Pacces
On Neutral and Preferred Principles of Constitutional Law PDF
Ronald Turner
Federal Judicial Center International Litigation Guide: Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments PDF
Ronald A. Brand

Notes

Social Security Disability Reform: Steps Toward Economic Efficiency and Improved Claimant Care PDF
Nate Ghubril
Fetal Homicide Laws: the Utmost Protection of Reproductive Autonomy PDF
Eryn Correa

Special Reports

Kosovo after the ICJ Opinion PDF
Ronald A. Brand


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