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||Antitrust in the United States and European Community: Toward a Bilateral Agreement
|Hackenberg, Marsha L.
||Can the Optional Protocol for the Convention on the Rights of the Child Protect the Ugandan Child Soldier?
||The Constitutional Authority of the Federal Government in State Criminal Proceedings that Involve U.S. Treaty Obligations or Affect U.S. Foreign Relations
|Hall, Jacqueline Marie
||Sink or Swim: The Deadly Consequences of People Smuggling
|Harvey, Kevin G.
||Diverging Child Protection Laws in the Commonwealth: A Comparison of Recent Legislation in England and New Zealand
|Hatter, John P.
||Doctrine of Equivalents in Patent Litigation: an Analysis of the Epilady Controversy
|Hawkins, Adam C.
||Antidumping Beyond the GATT 1994: Supporting International Enactment of Legislation Providing Supplemental Remedies
||Principles for a Meta-Discourse of Liberal Rights: The Example of the European Convention on Human Rights
|Helms, Grant E.
||Fair Trade Coffee Practices: Approaches for Future Sustainability of the Movement
||Equity in the American Courts and in the World Court: Does the End Justify the Means?
|Henderson, Marcus Procter
||Truly Ineffective Assistance: A Comparison of Ineffective Assistance of Counsel in the United States of America and the United Kingdom
||An Overview of Argentine Immigration Law
|Hoffman, Traci J.
||Organ Donor Laws in the U.S. and the U.K.: The Need for Reform and the Promise of Xenotransplantation
|Hook, Sara Anne
||Allocation of the Radio Spectrum: Is the Sky the Limit?
|Hopkins, Ryan W.
||Liberalizing Trade in Legal Services: The GATS, The Accountancy Disciplines, and the Language of Core Values
||Review Essay: Towards a Transnational Conception of the Antiphonal Group Rights Wrangle Preferential Policies: An International Perspective, Thomas Sowell, (William Morrow, New York, 1990)
||A Shared History of Shame: Sweden's Four-Decade Policy of Forced Sterilzation and the Eugenics Movement in the United States