25 Apr 2005

JURIST Special Guest Columnist William Lerach, senior partner of the Lerach Coughlin complex litigation firm headquartered in San Diego who has led the prosecution of hundreds of securities class and stockholder derivative actions recovering billions of dollars, says that the new federal class action legislation may deny justice to millions [read more]

19 Apr 2005

JURIST Guest Columnist Kristen Stilt of the University of Washington School of Law says that official US emphasis on the urgency of the forthcoming Iraqi constitutional process overlooks the fundamental question of whether such a process, undertaken now, will in fact be good for Iraq... On January 30, 2005, Iraqi [read more]

15 Apr 2005

JURIST Guest Columnist Paul Goda S.J. of Santa Clara University School of Law says that the procedures adopted for the election of a pope are founded on the conviction that there is a higher good to be served beyond the simple transmission of institutional power ... In describing a dialog [read more]

12 Apr 2005

JURIST Guest Columnist Jide Nzelibe of Northwestern University School of Law says that if the new Iraqi government can stabilize the country's internal security situation, the time may be coming for President Bush to declare victory and order a US withdrawal if he doesn't want Congressional pressure for a pullout [read more]

7 Apr 2005

JURIST Guest Columnist Paul Goda S.J. of Santa Clara University School of Law says that Pope John Paul II articulated a larger vision of law and freedom founded on respect for human life and dignity that transcends modern Western legalistic definitions... I have been asked to write an op-ed on [read more]

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