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Articles from McGill Law Journal (November 1, 2000)

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Title Author Type Words
Are good intentions enough? The limits of the new world of international justice. Transcript 2580
Augusto Pinochet and international law. Wedgwood, Ruth 7091
Bibliography. Bibliography 2081
Boundaries of Judicial Review: The Law of Justiciability in Canada. Book Review 673
Convergences et divergences entre federalisme et protection des droits et libertes : l'exemple des Etats-Unis et du Canada. Woehrling, Jose 21732
David D. Friedman, Law's Order: What Economics Has to Do with Law and Why It Matters. Book Review 680
Does international law impose a duty upon the United Nations to prevent genocide? Toope, Stephen J. 3437
Focusing on the Future: Seeking Legal and Policy Solutions in Education. Book Review 701
From Sisyphus's dilemma to Sisyphus's duty? A meditation on the regulation of hate propaganda in relation to hate crimes and genocide. Gaudreault-DesBiens, Jean-Francois 9796
Gender crimes as war crimes: integrating crimes against women into international criminal law. Copelon, Rhonda 12241
Hate speech in Rwanda: the road to genocide. Schabas, William A. 14775
Hate, genocide and human rights fifty years later: what have we learned? What must we do? 217
Hommage a John Brierley. Bisson, Alain-Francois Testimonial 1240
Introduction. Transcript 1275
Lear et le droit civil. Kasirer, Nicholas 5949
More censorship or less discrimination? Sexual orientation hate propaganda in multiple perspectives. Cohen, Jonathan 17388
Our Lives Before the Law: Constructing a Feminist Jurisprudence. Book Review 637
Presentation. Boyer, Daniel 320
Reflections on the development of the law of war. Transcript 6379
Remarks in tribute to John Brierley. Scott, Stephen Testimonial 871
Response on receiving an award. Transcript 2088
Rwanda: Chronique d'un genocide previsible. Transcript 3682
The instructive power of outrage: remembering Nuremberg. Transcript 3792
The International Criminal Court and the human rights revolution. Transcript 2823
The International Criminal Court. Transcript 2646
The international tribunals for serious violations of international humanitarian law in the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda. Transcript 3865
The Law School: Global Issues, Local Questions. Book Review 800
The U.S. perspective on the International Criminal Court. Transcript 3342
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights: fifty years later. Matas, David 6053
William R. McIntyre: Paladin of Common Law. Book Review 716

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