Volume 30: Book 3

Volume 30: Book 3

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Book 3



Vermont Law School — Sep. 2005


Accommodating Diversity: The Present and Future of the Law of Diversity: An Introduction

by Francesco Palermo


Constitutional Law

The Attitude of Courts and Public Institutions Towards the Multicultural Reality

by Manuel Carrasco Durán

Constitutional Recognition of Diversity in Canada

by Colleen Sheppard

Comment on Accommodating Differences in Constitutional Law

by Gil Kujovich

International Law

“United in Diversity”? Problems of State- and Nation-Building in Post-Conflict Situations: The Case of Bosnia-Herzegovina

by Joseph Marko

The Difficult Acceptance of Diversity

by Peter Leuprecht

International Law and the Diversity of Indigenous Peoples

by Alessandro Fodella

Indigenous Peoples, Culturally Specific Rights, and Domestic Courts: A Response to Professor Fodella

by Pamela J. Stephens

The Punishment of Negationism: The Difficult Dialogue Between Law and Memory

by Emanuela Fronza

Response to Professor Fronza’s The Punishment of Negationism

by Pascale Bloch

An Essay on Professor Fronza’s Essay: Should Holocaust Denial Be Criminalized?

by Linda O. Smiddy

Making “Holocaust Denial” a Crime: Reflections on European Anti-Negationist Laws from the Perspective of U.S. Constitutional Experience

by Peter R. Teachout

Company and Labor LAW

The Present and Future of the Law of Diversity: Antidiscrimination in Employment and European Law

by Stefania Scarponi

Diversity and Labor Law in France

by Pascale Bloch

Accommodating Differences: Discrimination and Equality at Work in the International Labor Law

by Matteo Borzaga

Why Does Form Matter? The Hybrid Governance Structure of Makivik Corporation

by Richard Janda

Responding to Professor Janda—The U.S. Experience:  The Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) Regional Corporations a Form of Social Enterprise

by Linda O. Smiddy

Private Law

Consumer Law as an Instance of the Law of Diversity

by Luisa Antoniolli

Diversity Tools in Private Relationships: A French Point of View

by Cyrille Duvert

Civil Union, A Reappraisal

by Greg Johnson

Why Marriage Still Matters: A Response to Professor Greg Johnson’s Essay, Civil Union, A Reappraisal

by Susan B. Apel

Private Suppliers of Law: Diversity for Lawmakers

by Arianna Pretto-Sakmann



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