Volume 19



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Volume 19, Issue 2 (2005)

T. Jeremy Gunn, Introduction

ARTICLES

T. Jeremy Gunn, Deconstructing Proportionality in Limitations Analysis

Johan D. van der Vyver, Limitations of Freedom of Religion or Belief: International Law Perspectives

Heather Payne & Norman Doe, Public Health and the Limits of Religious Freedom

Ingvill Thorson Plesner, Legal Limitations to Freedom of Religion or Belief in School Education

Javier Martínez-Torrón, Limitations on Religious Freedom in the Case Law of the European Court of Human Rights

ESSAYS ON THE PERMISSIBLE SCOPE OF LEGAL LIMITATIONS ON THE FREEDOM OF RELIGION OR BELIEF IN:

Rik Torfs, Belgium

Pauline Côté & T. Jeremy Gunn, Canada

Merilin Kiviorg, Estonia

Alain Garay, Blandine Chélini-Pont, Emmanuel Tawil & Zarah Anseur, France

Gerhard Robbers, Germany

Balázs Schanda, Hungary

Marco Ventura, Italy

Sophie C. van Bijsterveld, The Netherlands

Njĺl Hřstmćlingen, Norway

José M. González del Valle, Spain

Ergun Özsunay, Turkey

Mark Hill, The United Kingdom

Frederick Mark Gedicks, The United States

Thomas C. Berg, The United States 

Volume 19, Issue 3 (2005)

ARTICLES

Mark B. Baker, No country Left Behind: The Exporting of U.S. Legal Norms Under the Guise of Economic Integration

David J. Bederman & Soniya P. Keskar, Antarctic Environmental Liability: The Stockholm Annex and Beyond

James Thuo Gathii, International Justice and the Trading Regime

Richard G. Small, Towards a Theory of Contextual Transplants

Matthew J. Wilson, Failed Attempt to Undermine the Third Wave: Attorney Fee Shifting Movement in Japan

COMMENTARY

Thomas C. Fischer, An American Looks at the European Union

BOOK REVIEW

Colin P.A. Jones, Kaoru Inoue's Shihō no shaberisugi (Blabbermouth Judiciary): Moral Relief, Legal Reasoning and Judicial Activism in Japan

COMMENTS

Timothy A. Rybacki, Separation Anxiety: The Repatriation of Foreign Tax Credits Without Associated Income Via the Technical Taxpayer Rule's Joint and Several Liability Provision

Jason Costa, Alone in the World: The United States' Failure to Observe the International Human Right to Compensation for Wrongful Conviction

Nadia A. Deans, Tragedy of Humanity: The Issue of Intervention in the Darfur Crisis

Erin F. Greenfield, CERCLA's Applicability Abroad: Examinging the Reach of a U.S. Environmental Statute in the Face of a Cross-Border Pollution Dispute

Christopher Kunke, Rome II and Defamation: Will the Tail Wag the Dog?