Title Index

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Scotland's Bastard Verdict: Intermediacy and the Unique Three-Verdict System
Joseph M. Barbato
   15:543
Search and Seizure in Schools: A Comparison of Historical Jewish Legal Sources and Contemporary United States Law
Rabbi Moshe A. Bleich
Daniel Pollack
   7:379
Securing the Independence of the Judiciary--The Indian Experience
M. P. Singh
   10:245
Seeking Judicial Legitimation in the Cold War:U.S. Foreign Policy and the World Court, 1948-1962
Michla Pomerance
   5:303
Self-Defense or Self-Denial: The Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction
Major Michael Lacey
   10:293
Separated by a Common Law: American and Scottish Legal Education
Alexander J. Black
   4:15
September 11: Asian Perspectives
James Gomez
   13:705
Sex Discrimination in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region: The Sex Discrimination Ordinance, The Equal Opportunities Commission, and a Proposal for Change
Allyson Singer
   11:215
Should Germany Stop Worrying and Love the Octopus? Freedom of Religion and the Church of Scientology in Germany and the United States
Michael Browne
   9:155
Sierra Leone and Conflict Diamonds: Establishing a Legal Diamond Trade and Ending Rebel Control over the Country's Diamond Resources
Laura Forest
   11:633
Sierra Leone-Responding to the Crisis, Planning for the Future: The Role of International Justice in the Quest for National and Global Security
Jeana Webster
   11:731
Sink or Swim: The Deadly Consequences of People Smuggling
Jacqueline Marie Hall
   12:365
Sisters in Misery: Utilizing International Law to Protect United States Female Prisoners from Sexual Abuse
Delisa Springfield
   10:457
Smoke and Mirrors: the Self-Exmination of Canadian Marijuana Policy in the Context of Decriminalization in the Netherlands
Kurt V. Laker
   14:341
Snuffing Out a National Symbol: What the United States Can Learn From France's New No-Smoking Law
Joshua A. Lerner
   4:165
Some Secrets Do Not Hurt Everyone: The Case for Additional Discount Window Reform in the United States' Federal Reserve
Ryan W. Tanselle
   21:147
South Africa's Sunday Law: Finding a Compromise
Jerry S. Ismail
   11:563
Jerry S. Ismail
   12:1
Sovereignty of Aboriginal Peoples
Julie Cassidy
   9:65
Spare the Rod and Spoil the Child? Corporal Punishment in Schools Around the World
Angela Bartman
   13:283
Square Pegs and Round Holes: Al-Qaeda Detainees and Common Article 3
Robert Weston Ash
   17:269
Squatters' Rights and Adverse Possession: A Search for Equitable Application of Property Laws
Brian Gardiner
   8:119
State Practice Evidence of the Humanitarian Intervention Doctrine: The ECOWAS Intervention in Sierra Leone
Lee F. Berger
   11:605
Struggling for Air: The Kyoto Protocol, Citizens' Suits Under the Clean Air Act, and the United States' Options for Addressing Global Climate Change
Richard W. Thackeray, Jr.
   14:855