VOLUME 34

Vol. 34, No. 1 (2006)

Articles:

          A CRITIQUE OF INDIA'S INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ACT AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR IMPROVEMENT
                    Stephen E. Blythe

          "BIRDS OF A FEATHER" RICO: TRYING PARTNERS IN CRIME TOGETHER
                    Julie Gunnigle     41

          GLOBAL COMPACT: A CRITIQUE OF THE U.N.'s "PUBLIC-PRIVATE" PARTNERSHIP FOR PROMOTING CORPORATE 
          CITIZENSHIP
                    Surya Deva     107

          GETTING A GOOD BUY WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM A FRIEND: TURNING TO THE UNITED STATES TO GO FORWARD 
          WITH AUSTRALIAN TAKEOVERS REGULATIONS
                    James McConvill     153

Notes:

          THE THREAT OF BORDER SECURITY ON INDIGENOUS FREE PASSAGE RIGHTS IN NORTH AMERICA
                    Joshua J. Tonra     221

          ROMANIA'S NEW CHILD PROTECTION LEGISLATION: CHANGE IN INTERCOUNTRY ADOPTION LAW RESULTS IN A 
          HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATION
                    Carrie A. Rankin     259


Vol. 34, No. 2 (2007)

Symposium: The United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities

          INTRODUCTION: THE PROMISE AND CHALLENGE OF THE UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF 
          PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
                    Arlene S. Kanter     287

          THE UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF PERSON WITH DISABILITIES
                    Don MacKay     323

          INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW AND COMPARATIVE MENTAL DISABILITY LAW: THE UNIVERSAL FACTORS
                    Michael L. Perlin     333

          HUMAN RIGHTS INSTRUMENTS AND MENTAL HEALTH LAW: THE ENGLISH EXPERIENCE OF THE INCORPORATION OF 
          THE EUROPEAN CONVENTION ON HUMAN RIGHTS
                    Kris Gledhill     359

          THE UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES AND THE RIGHT TO BE FREE 
          FROM NONCONSENTUAL PSYCHIATRIC INTERVENTIONS
                    Tina Minkowitz     405

          LEGAL CAPACITY IN THE DISABILITY RIGHTS CONVENTION: STRANGLEHOLD OF THE PAST OR LODESTAR FOR THE 
          FUTURE?
                    Amita Dhanda     429

          COUNCIL OF EUROPE ACTIONS TO PROMOTE HUMAN RIGHTS AND FULL PARTICIPATION OF PEOPLE WITH 
          DIABILITIES: IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF LIFE OF PEOPLE WITH DIABILITIES IN EUROPE
                    Thorsten Afflerbach & Angela Garabagiu     463

          DEAFNESS IN VIETNAM: WILL THE UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES 
          MAKE A DIFFERENCE?
                    Michael Schwartz     483

          EMPLOYMENT OF PEOPLE WITH DIABILITIES: INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS AND DOMESTIC LEGISLATION AND 
          PRACTICES IN CHINA
                    Eric G. Zhang     517

          THE UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH DIABILITIES: NEW ERA OR FALSE DAWN?
                    Anna Lawson     563

          GUIDE TO SOURCES IN INTERNATIONAL AND COMPARATIVE DISABILITY LAW
                    Wendy Scott     621

Survey of International Law in the Second Circuit:

          FOREIGN SOVEREIGN IMMUNITIES ACT AND DEFERENCE TO BE ACCORDED TO VIEWS OF THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH 
          IN ASSERTING JURISDICTION OVER A FOREIGN SOVEREIGN

          CUSTOMARY INTERNATIONAL LAW/TREATY OBLIGATIONS AND U.S. LAW

          THE CONVENTION ON THE SERVICE ABROAD JUDICIAL AND EXTRAJUDICIAL DOCUMENTS IN CIVIL OR COMMERCIAL 
          MATTERS (THE HAGUE CONVENTION)

          CONVENTION FOR THE UNIFICATION OF CERTAIN RULES RELATING TO INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORTATION BY AIR 
          (THE WARSAW CONVENTION OF 1929, THE HAGUE PROTOCOL OF 1955, AND THE MONTREAL PROTOCOL No. 4)

Notes:

          THE BIRD FLU AND THE INVOKING OF TRIPS ARTICLE 31 "NATIONAL EMERGENCY" EXCEPTION
                    Aditi Diya Nag     689

          THE EUROPEAN ARREST WARRANT: A SHORT-LIVED MECHANISM FOR EXTRADITION?
                    Gregory J. Mann     715