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||Discretion and Valor at the Russian Constitutional Court: Adjudicating the Russian Constitutions in the Civil-Law Tradition
|Wagman Roisman, Florence
||Using International and Foreign Human Rights Law in Public Interest Advocacy
||Best of All Possible Worlds? Maastricht and the United Kingdom
|Wardle, Lynn D.
||The Hague Convention on Intercountry Adoption and American Implementing Law: Implications for International Adoptions by Gay and Lesbian Couples and Partners
|Waterman, Lynn S.
||Was the Stela "Stolen"?
||Sierra Leone-Responding to the Crisis, Planning for the Future: The Role of International Justice in the Quest for National and Global Security
|Weiderstein, Robert Khuon
||California and Unitary Taxation: The Continuing Saga
|Wells, Allison J.
||Chinese Women Experience a Negative Side Effect of the Growing Private Sector in Gender-Based Employment Discrimination
|Weston Ash, Robert
||Square Pegs and Round Holes: Al-Qaeda Detainees and Common Article 3
|Wheeler, H. Harrison
||Appellate Courts Split on the Interpretation of the Foreign Trade Antitrust Improvements Act: Should the Floodgates Be Opened?
|White, Nigel D.
||On the Brink of Lawlessness: The State of Collective Security Law
|Willard, Geoferey T.
||Examination of China's Emerging Intellectual Property Regime: Historical Underpinnings, the Current System and Prospects for the Future
||North and South: The Disparate Legal Approaches to Homosexual Activity in the United States and Nicaragua
|Williams, Sir David
||The United Kingdom's Response to International Terrorism
|Wolkowitz, Richard J.
||Introduction to Direct Foreign Investment in Mexico
|Woodard, Rebecca L.
||Is Your Medical Information Safe? A Comparision and Sectoral Privacy and Security Laws
||The European Union and 'September 11'
|Wunsch, Gerald A.
||Why NAFTA's Immigration Provisions Discriminate Against Mexican Nationals
||Recent Chinese Tax Legislation Affecting Foreign Investment in China