Volume 20, Issue 1 (2006)



SPECIAL SPRING 2006 SYMPOSIUM

John Witte, Jr., Foreword

Jimmy Carter, What's Right for Children

Johan D. van der Vyver, Municipal Legal Obligations of States Parties to the Convention on the Rights of the Child: The South African Model

Martin Guggenheim, Ratify the U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child, But Don't Expect Any Miracles

Howard Davidson, Children's Rights and American Law: A Response to What's Wrong with Children's Rights

David M. Smolin, Overcoming Religious Objections to the Convention on the Rights of the Child

T. Jeremy Gunn, The Religious Right and the Opposition to U.S. Ratification of the Convention on the Rights of the Child

Patrick McKinley Brennan, The "Right" of Religious Liberty of the Child: Its Meaning, Measure, and Justification

Don S. Browning, The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child: Should It Be Ratified and Why?

Cynthia Price Cohen, The Role of the United States in the Drafting of the Convention on the Rights of the Child

Jaap E. Doek, What Does the Children's Convention Require?

David Weissbrodt, Prospects for Ratification of the Convention on the Rights of the Child

Martin E. Marty, "But Even So, Look at That": Working with the Convention on the Rights of the Child

COMMENTS

Brian D. Boone, Bullseye!: Why a "Targeting" Approach to Personal Jurisdiction in the E-Commerce Context Makes Sense Internationally

John W. Egan, The Future of Criminal Jurisdiction over the Deployed American Soldier: Four Major Trends in Bilateral U.S. Status of Forces Agreements

Marian Leigh Miller, Underwater Cultural Heritage: Is the Titanic Still in Peril as Courts Battle over the Future of the Historical Vessel?

Lauren L. Sullins, "Phishing" for a Solution: Domestic and International Approaches to Decreasing Online Identity Theft

Andrea E. K. Thomas, Nongovernmental Organizations and the International Criminal Court: Implications of Hobbes' Theories of Human Nature and the Development of Social Institutions for Their Evolving Relationship