Title Index

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Labor and Employment in the People's Republic of China: From a Nonmarket-Driven to a Market-Driven Economy
Vai Io Lo
   6:337
Law and Governance Affecting the Resolution of Academic and Disciplinary Disputes at Scottish Universities: An American Perspective
Fernand N. Dutile
   8:1
Law and Investment in Palau: A Brief Overview for Prospective Foreign Investors
Colin P.A. Jones
   17:49
Law, Crime, and Punishment in the People's Republic of China: A Comparative Introductionto the Criminal Justice and Legal System of the People's Republic of China
Pamella A. Seay
   9:143
Leaping over the Great Wall: Examining Cross-Border Insolvency in China under the Chinese Corporate Bankruptcy Law
Steven J. Arsenault
   21:1
Learning From Our Mistakes: The Aftermath of the American Divorce Revolution as a Lesson in Law to the Republic of Ireland
Sarah E. Fette
   7:391
Legal Challenges of Globalization, Delivered as Part of the Indiana Supreme Court Lecture Series at Indiana University School of Law - Indianapolis
Flerida Ruth P. Romero
   15:501
Legal Disincentives to Japanese Direct Investment in the United States
P. James, Jr Shumacher
   4:441
Legal Systems as Cultural Rights: A Rights Based Approach to Traditional Legal Systems under the Indian Constitution
Shubhankar Dam
   16:295
Let He Who is Without Sin Cast the First Stone: Foreign Direct Investment and National Security Regulation in China
Stephen Sothmann
   19:203
Leveling the Trade Playing Field: The Ailing U.S. Manufacturing Sector and the Need for Trade Parity
Zachary Lee
   20:355
Liberalizing Trade in Legal Services: The GATS, The Accountancy Disciplines, and the Language of Core Values
Ryan W. Hopkins
   15:427
License to Blog: Internet Regulation in the People's Republic of China
Trina K. Kissel
   17:229
Linguistic Equality in International Law: Miscommunication in the Gulf Crisis
Christopher B. Kuner
   2:175
Little Network that Could: FCC Restrictions on Foreign Ownership
David H. Benz
   6:239