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Comparative Law Before and After 1900

When it comes to comparative law, the year 1900 marks a turning point. In the Summer of 1900, the Congress of Comparative Law took place in Paris, as an addendum to the World Exhibition. 249 more words

Comparative Law History

Notes on Defination of legal history, Judicial System of India in the ancient Hindu, Muslim & Mughal Period

Notes on Defination of legal history, Judicial System of India in the ancient Hindu, Muslim & Mughal Period.

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Yale Law Journal Article: "Beyond the Indian Commerce Clause"`

Gregory Ablavsky has published “Beyond the Indian Commerce Clause” (PDF) in the Yale Law Journal.

Here is the abstract:

The Supreme Court has described the Indian Commerce Clause as the primary constitutional basis for federal exclusive and plenary power over Indian affairs.

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Author: Matthew L.M. Fletcher

“Soul Stealer: 1768 Chinese Sorcery Scare” in Social Crisis

Read  full  paper  at:

http://www.scirp.org/journal/PaperInformation.aspx?PaperID=53056#.VLSMTsnQrzE

Author(s)

Di Wang*

Affiliation(s)

The Law School, China University of Political Science and Law, Beijing, China.

ABSTRACT

The “Soul Stealer: Chinese Sorcery Scare 1768” written by Alden Kuhn is a successful example to research more profound problem areas by use of legal history. 150 more words

UCLA law professor Jonathan M. Zasloff - Republicans “old, angry, white Southern men.”, Party caters to its "core base": the KKK.

Campus Reform: A UCLA law professor argued recently on social media that the Republican Party’s base is comprised of “old, angry, white Southern men with reactionary views on race.” 76 more words

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