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September 12, 2005

Democracy and Rule of Law Project Number 61 (September 2005), Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. This publication can be downloaded for free on the Carnegie Endowment website. Limited print copies are also available. To request a copy, send an e-mail to pubs@CarnegieEndowment.org.

January 1, 2001
Louise Decarl Adler, Marcia S. Krieger, Samuel L. Bufford, Sidney B. Brooks

This monograph describes the law governing insolvency cases with transnational dimensions. It was written by four bankruptcy judges: Samuel Bufford, Louise DeCarl Adler, Sidney Brooks, and Marcia Krieger, who are all members of the International Law Relations Committee of the National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges.

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June 1, 1997
Stephen Neff, Sandra Day O'Connor, Alexander Galkin

In this issue of the International Judicial Observer:

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September 1, 1996
Mario Babitinov, William C. Gilmore, J. Rich Leonard, Bruno A. Ristau, James G. Apple

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January 1, 1996
James G. Apple, Thomas Buergenthal, Rait Maruste, Judith Hippler Bello

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September 1, 1995
James G. Apple, Michael Martin Mihm, Susan L. Karamanian, Edith Brown Weiss, Thomas M. Franck

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January 1, 1995
James G. Apple, Robert P. Deyling

An overview for judges and lawyers who want to expand their knowledge of the civil-law tradition. The authors discuss the history of the civil-law system, beginning with the Roman Empire. References are made to the civil-law systems of France and Germany and Chile and Brazil because of their strong influence on many other systems. The authors review the basic features of the modern-day civil-law tradition and compare the civil-law and common-law systems.

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January 1, 1993
Robert W. Kastenmeier

In 1990, Congress created the National Commission on Judicial Discipline and Removal, who's charge included investigation of problems related to the discipline and removal of life-tenured federal judges, and evaluation of alternatives to current arrangements for judicial discipline and removal, including statutory and constitutional amendments. The Commission was instructed to submit its findings and recommendations to the President, Congress, and the Chief Justice of the United States.

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