31 May 2005

JURIST Guest Columnist Dr. Laurent Pech, Jean Monnet Lecturer in European Union Law at the National University of Ireland, Galway, and a native of Aix-en-Provence who returned to France to vote in its referendum on the European Constitution, says that French rejection of the charter was based on several legal [read more]

18 May 2005

JURIST Guest Columnist Michael Dougan, Professor of European Law and holder of the Jean Monnet Chair in EU Law at England's University of Liverpool Law School. says that the UK referendum on the treaty to establish a European Constitution is a high-risk game, both for Europe and for Britain... The [read more]

11 May 2005

JURIST Guest Columnist Dr. Laurent Pech, Jean Monnet Lecturer in European Union Law at the National University of Ireland, Galway, says that the proposed European Constitution may be less than it's cracked up to be, and that its possible rejection by French voters in the referendum slated for late May [read more]

5 May 2005

JURIST Contributing Editor Ali Khan of Washburn University School of Law says that the ostensibly-successful Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, now under review in a month-long conference at the UN, may be on its last legs... Recognizing "the devastation that would be visited upon all mankind by a nuclear war," the Treaty [read more]

2 May 2005

JURIST Guest Columnist Eugene Quinn of Syracuse University College of Law says that the US Supreme Court's pending decision in the Grokster case on file-sharing copyright infringement will likely involve a struggle with its landmark 1984 ruling on videotaping technology in Sony v. Universal Studios... On Tuesday, March 29, 2005, [read more]

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