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Marketisation of Universities and Legal Education in Poland: The Balance 25 Years After the Transformation

References Anderson RD, European Universities from Enlightenment to 1914 (Oxford Scholarship Online 2004). Andre C, Velasquez M, ‘Calculating Consequences: The Utilitarian Approach to Ethics’ (1989) 2/1 Issues in Ethics <https://www.scu.edu/ethics/ethics-resources/ethical-decisionmaking/calculating-consequences-the-utilitarian-approach/> accessed 10 April 2016. Antonowicz D, Między siłą globalnych procesów a lokalną tradycją. Polskie szkolnictwo wyższe w dobie przemian [Between the strength of global processes

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Free-Movement Rights of Third Country Nationals in the EU Internal Market

the Stockholm Programme? The enactment of citizenship by third country nationals in the EU (2010) 12(3) European Journal of Migration and Law 337-359 Eisele K, The External Dimension of the EU’s Migration Policy Different Legal Positions of Third-Country Nationals in the EU: A Comparative Perspective (Wolf legal Publishers 2014) Elsuwege P, Kochenov D, ‘On the limits of judicial intervention: EU citizenship and family reunification rights’ 2011 13(4) European Journal of Migration and Law 443-466 Geiger R, Khan D-E, Kotzur M, European Union

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Anatomy of Scale. The Migration Crisis in Europe from the Perspective of Refugee Law and Human Rights Law

(eds), The Oxford Handbook of International Armed Conflict , available at www.oxfordhandbooks.com (last accessed 7.10.2015). Chetail V, ‘Recent Jurisprudence of the United Nations Committee against Torture and the International Protection of Refugees’ (2015) Refugee Survey Quarterly. Durieux J-F, Hurwitz A, ‘How Many is Too Many? African and European Legal Responses to Mass Influxes and Refugees’ (2004) 47 GYIL. Errera R, ‘The CJEU and Subsidiary Protection: Reflections on Elgafaji and After’ (2011) 23(1) International Journal of Refugee Law

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A Legacy Diminished: President Obama and the Courts

://eu.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2015/10/23/24-states-file-legal-challenge-obamas-power-plan/74472236/ In response, the White House stated that the CPP was based on sound legal footing and was consistent with the structure and history of the Clean Air Act. Blair Beasley, Clean Power Plan/Afordable Clean Energy Rule, Timeline of Events , Bipartisan Pol’y. Ctr . (Oct. 2018), https://bipartisanpolicy.org/clean-power-plan-timeline-of-key-events/ In early 2016, the Supreme Court issued five identical orders requiring the EPA to delay implementation of the CPP until the D.C. Circuit made a ruling on

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Dispute Settlement Mechanisms in U.S. FTAs with Korea, Panama, Peru and Colombia: Basic Designs, Key Characteristics and Implications

were directly affected by the bipartisan agreement on trade policy between the U.S. Congress and the U.S. administration reached in May 2007. See U.S. Congress House Ways & Means Committee, Summary of the May 10 Agreement, available at http://waysandmeans.house.gov/Media/pdf/110/05%2014%2007/05%2014%2007.pdf ; Jeanne G. Grimmett, Dispute Settlement Under the U.S.-Peru Trade Promotion Agreement: An Overview , Congressional Research Service (Aug. 12, 2011), at summary. The U.S. Congress demanded inclusion of new issues in U.S. FTAs that can ensure the protection

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The Original Public Meaning of Amendment in the Origination Clause Versus the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act

. In 2012, the Pacific Legal Foundation (PLF) launched one such lawsuit with Sissel v . United States Department of Health & Human Services , See generally Amended Complaint for Declaratory Judgment and Injunctive Relief, Matt Sissel v. United States Department of Health and Human Services, 2012 Case No. 10-1263 (BAH) (D.D.C. 2013) [hereinafter Amended Complaint]. although this lawsuit ultimately failed. See , e.g ., Tom Howell, Jr., Supreme Court Refuses to Take another Obamacare Case (January 19, 2016), available at http

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Founding-Era Socialism: The Original Meaning of the Constitution’s Postal Clause

233. Any traveler using a post road—whether an official courier or a private individual—was said to ride post . E.g ., 9 Ann., c. 10 (1711), § 14 (using the term). In the most popular English-language poem of the 1780s, John D. Baird, Cowper , William (1731 - 1800) , poet and letter - writer , O XFORD D ICTIONARY OF N AT ’ L B IOGRAPHY (2004-16) (identifying John Gilpin as “the most popular poem of the decade”), available at http://www.oxforddnb.com.weblib.lib.umt.edu:8080/view/article/6513?docPos=5 . The Diverting History of John Gilpin , William

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The U.S. Constitution’s Emoluments Clauses: How History, Behavioral Psychology, and the Framers’ Understanding of Corruption All Require an End to President Trump’s Conflicts of Interest

and Decorations Act to the President ’ s Receipt of the Nobel Peace Prize, Dec. 7, 2009. http://www.politico.com/f/?id=00000158-b7ee-d53b-a37f-bfee7b6d0001 Previous Presidents, as well, have sought and received “the Consent of the Congress.” Eisen et al., supra note 32, at 9–10. As to what an “emolument” is, the Oxford English Dictionary defines the word as meaning “profit or gain arising from station, office, or employment: reward, remuneration, salary.” Id . at 11. At the time of ratification of the U.S. Constitution, “emolument” was used as a generic

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The Origins and Development of Judicial Recusal in Texas

which a contributing lawyer is involved as counsel, then judges would have to recuse themselves in a majority of cases in their courts. Id . In Aguilar v. Anderson , 855 S.W.2d 799, 804-05 (Tex. App. – El Paso 1993). a motion for recusal was filed against the presiding judge because the judge solicited and accepted a campaign contribution from an attorney representing a party to a suit. The Court of Appeals upheld the decision denying recusal, reiterating what had become axiomatic: a dilemma would be created if judges could not sit in cases involving attorneys who

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The Trans-Pacific Partnership

, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, the United States (U.S.) and Vietnam. Together, they represent approximately 50% of global gross domestic product and 37% of global trade. World Bank Group, Global Economic Prospects: Spillovers amid Weak Growth 221 (Jan. 2016). However, the number of and variation among TPP countries are not the only unusual aspects of this “new generation” See e.g ., Edward Alden, The TPP Agreement: Big Things Are Still Possible , Council on Foreign Relations Blog (Oct. 5, 2015), available at http://blogs.cfr.org/renewing-america/2015/10/05/the

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