New in law reviews

[JURIST] The Duke Law and Technology Review [official website] has published a new "iBrief" on the Pros and Cons of Online Dispute Resolution [text]. Vanderbilt Law Review [official website] has posted its 2002 Symposium Convergence on Delaware: Corporate Bankruptcy and Corporate Governance, and the Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law [official website] has posted its latest issue, including an article by my University of Pittsburgh School of Law [official website] colleague Anthony Infanti [faculty profile] entitled Spontaneous Tax Coordination: On Adopting a Comparative Approach to Reforming the U.S. International Tax Regime [PDF text] , plus Notes on rape in international law [PDF text] and slavery reparations for Africa [PDF text].



 

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