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The rights of the embryo and the foetus under dutch lawThe rights of the embryo and the foetus under dutch law
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Essay 927 direct vs. Indirect obligations of corporationsEssay 927 direct vs. Indirect obligations of corporations
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Before the Supreme Court in Jerusalem Sitting as the High Court of JusticeBefore the Supreme Court in Jerusalem Sitting as the High Court of Justice
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New Publications in International Law Public International LawNew Publications in International Law Public International Law
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The Tensions Between Legal, Biological and Social Conceptions of Parenthood in English LawThe Tensions Between Legal, Biological and Social Conceptions of Parenthood in English Law
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The company we keep: comparative law and practice regarding the detention of terrorism suspectsThe company we keep: comparative law and practice regarding the detention of terrorism suspects
Indefinite imprisonment without charge or trial is anathema in any country which observes the rule of law.”
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International Human Rights and the Environment Bibliography of Secondary Sources (Updated August 2015) booksInternational Human Rights and the Environment Bibliography of Secondary Sources (Updated August 2015) books
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The Jean Monnet ProgramThe Jean Monnet Program
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Philosophy, Political Morality and History: Explaining the Enduring Resonance of the Hart-Fuller DebatePhilosophy, Political Morality and History: Explaining the Enduring Resonance of the Hart-Fuller Debate
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