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Simon Zschirnt

References (alphabetical order) American Convention on Human Rights (Nov. 22, 1969). OAS Treaty Series No. 36. ARRIAGADA, Milenko B.G. The New Legitimacy Challenges of Adjudication at the Inter-American Human Rights System in the Context of Latin American Democracies . SJD dissertation, American University, 2015. BIRON, Carey L. Controversial Inter-American Reforms Process to Continue . [online]. Available at: < > BOYLE, Elizabeth H. and THOMPSON

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John Vlahoplus

Archives (May 31, 1781) (regarding state citizenship prior to the adoption of the Constitution), . State citizenship then was primary. See , e . g ., J AMES H. K ETTNER , T HE D EVELOPMENT OF A MERICAN C ITIZENSHIP , 1608-1870, at 219-21 (1978). B Natural Born Citizenship “By Birth” Citizenship “by birth” is obtained by birth within and under the jurisdiction of the United States. See , e . g ., United States v. Wong Kim Ark, 169 U.S. 649, 702-03 (1898) (“citizenship by birth is established by

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Seth Barrett Tillman

, e.g ., Benghazi, Emails And Family , I NVESTOR ’ S B USINESS D AILY , Aug. 25, 2015, at A13 (“The case against Clinton picked up Monday when former Attorney General Mike Mukasey said on MSNBC that Clinton has disqualified herself from holding office because she destroyed federal records when she had the server wiped clean.”); Emails one Hill of a problem for presidency push , T HE D AILY T ELEGRAPH (Austl.), Aug. 26, 2015, at 17 (“Hillary Clinton could find herself disqualified from becoming president if her worst-case legal scenario should come to pass, a

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Martha M. Bradley

). Handbook on International Rules Governing Military Operations, (2013) para 2.5 68-70 [online] Available at: <> Accessed 14 October 2017 CULLEN, Anthony. ‘Article 3 Common to the Four Geneva Conventions of 1949 and the Threshold of Non-International Armed Conflict in International Humanitarian Law’. In CULLEN, Anthony. The Concept of Non-International Armed Conflict in International Humanitarian Law. Cambridge University Press

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Robert G. Natelson

Cowper described how Gilpin lost control of his horse, which tore along the post road from London to points north. Gilpin’s wife watched helplessly, as she saw “Her husband posting down Into the country far away.” Cowper , supra note 1, at 194. A courier on horseback was called a post rider , a post boy 5 Geo. 3, c. 25 (1765), §§ 20 & 21 (using the term “post boy” to refer to a rider). (although most were full-grown men), L EWINS , supra note 1, at 65. or simply a post . G ILES J ACOB , A N EW L AW -D ICTIONARY (10 th ed. 1782) (unpaginated

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Lorraine Marie A. Simonis

modern renaissance beginning during the Obama administration. State legislators across the country have appealed to nullification to resist federal involvement in spheres as diverse as health insurance See e.g . Richard Cauchi, State Laws and Actions Challenging Certain Health Reforms , National Conference of State Legislatures (March 25, 2017), . and gun control. See e.g . Justine McDaniel et al., In States, a Legislative Rush to Nullify Federal Gun Laws , Wash. Post (Aug. 29

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John Passant

one to the other through the process of abstraction.” The reference to Marx 1904 is a reference to K ARL M ARX , A C ONTRIBUTION TO THE C RITIQUE OF P OLITICAL E CONOMY 293–294 (N. I. Stone trans., Int’l Library Publ’g 1904). help us do this. The dialectic and the windows of insight it opens into the soul of tax may aid our understanding of the Australian tax system and its positioning within capitalism in Australia. Understanding the methodology and approaches gives us the heavy-duty material to clean the windows of the years of neoliberal and Keynesian muck

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Brian Christopher Jones and Austin Sarat

-official-george-masons-law-school-is-named-in-honor-of-antonin-scalia/ . Law reviews published tributes. For example, the Minnesota Law Review published an online symposium providing a number of insightful articles about Scalia, Scalia Symposium , 101 Minn. L. Rev. Headnotes (2016), . and the Harvard Law Review dedicated an issue to the late Justice, complete with commentary from Chief Justice John Roberts, Justice Elena Kagan, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Cass Sunstein, John Manning, Martha Minow and Rachel Barcow. John G. Roberts, Jr., In Memoriam

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Bruce G. Peabody

:// And Trump has targeted the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in particular as having a “terrible record of being overturned” and serving as the source of “outrageous” decisions. Derek Hawkins, Trump Takes up GOP Tradition of Bashing 9th Circuit, a. k.a. ‘9th Circus,’ Wash. Post, Apr. 27, 2017, But, on the whole, these reproaches have

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Ricardo Perlingeiro

I Introduction The boom in public-law conflicts in Brazilian courts English version of the chapter included in the collective work published in Germany: K ARL - P ETER S OMMERMANN & B ERT S CHAFFARZIK , H ANDBUCH DER G ESCHICHTE DER V ERWALTUNGSG ERICHTSB ARKEIT IN D EUTSCHLAND UND E UROPA [M ANUAL OF H ISTORY OF A DMINISTRATIVE J URISDICTION IN G ERMANY AND E UROPE ] 1500 (2017) available at . “The total number of cases increased from 83.4 million in 2009 to 92.2 million in the year 2012; out of that total, 28