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Volume 28 | Spring 2020, Issue No. 2

 

ARTICLES

Bridge over Troubled Waters for International Commercial Contracts--The UNIDROIT Principles 2016, An Overview from a Long Time User

Acquiring Lawyering Skills in the United States and France: A Comparative Study

Are You My Doctor? Defining the Doctor-Patient Relationship in the Global Age of E-Health

Eckart Brödermann

 

Steven B. Dow & Louise E. Fontaine

 

Mindy Nunez Duffourc

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Lewis v. Mutond: The Role of Separation of Powers Doctrine in International Human Rights Law

Secretary for Justice v. Wong Chi Fung: Post-Umbrella Movement Convictions Presage an Era of Constraint on Hong Kong Citizens' Freedom of Expression

R (Miller) v. The Prime Minister; Cherry v. Advocate General for Scotland: Justiciability Is Not a Wall to Hide Behind

Google LLC v. Commission Nationale de L'informatique et des Libertés (CNIL): Does Everyone Have to Listen to the European Union?

Bundesverband der Verbraucherzentralen und Verbraucher-verbände v. Planet49: "C" Is for Cookie (and Consent)

Liberty v. SSHD & SSFCA: You Have the Right to Remain Silent; Anything You Say Will Be Gathered and Retained by the Government

United States v. Park: Protecting the World's Children from American Sex Offenders

 

Devon Griger

 

Addie Guida

 

 

Cheri Hasz

 

Tu Huynh

 

Rebecca Stark

 

India Trummer

 

Sandra Zadeyeh