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Duhaime's LawMag

The world's first online legal magazine, demystified significant law and justice events around the world, published from 1996 to 2014.

30
Apr 2009

Fritz Haber: War Criminal

Because the concept of private liability for war crimes was only developing, Fritz Haber was never prosecuted for war crimes.

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23
Apr 2010

Michael Burdell, Lawyer, Rest In Peace

Lawyers are not supposed to die in the line of duty. When it happens, long live the death penalty.

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22
Oct 2012
Lawyers: Rulers of the Known Universe

Lawyers: Rulers of the Known Universe

Do lawyers still rule the universe? We risk our license and look at that universe.

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10
Dec 2012
Collaborative Law: Divorce Without Angst

Collaborative Law: Divorce Without Angst

Collaborative law specialist Mary Mouat shares the heart and soul of this phenomenal successful innovative family law dispute resolution system.

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05
Nov 2007
The Noose For Lady Justice? Pakistan Throws the Baby Out With the Bath Water

The Noose For Lady Justice? Pakistan Throws the Baby Out With the Bath Water

Pakistan plays with fire as it declares that oxymoron, martial law.

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04
Dec 2011
Justice and Law Christmas Jokes

Justice and Law Christmas Jokes

Lawyer jokes, the Christmas edition. Joyeux noël avocats, juges, notaires et technicien juridique.

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25
Jul 2007
Child Sexual Abuse: Let's Get Tougher

Child Sexual Abuse: Let's Get Tougher

What is it with sexual abuse that punishment is not always commensurate to the offence? We cannot let down our guard until each sexual offender is put out of action and out of MySpace.

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30
Dec 2011
Sleep and The Law: Strange Bedfellows

Sleep and The Law: Strange Bedfellows

Shocker! Sleep issues contribute substantially to many incidents that end up in the Courtroom, and which have significantly compromised public safety.

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28
Jun 2013
To Hell and Back as Justice Requires

To Hell and Back as Justice Requires

The unbearable and unspeakable crime one judge had to deal with serves as a reminder to us all that justice must sometimes reach into the pits of hell.

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26
Apr 2010

Muslim Law in the Doldrums

Muslim law jurists despise reform on religious grounds. In the legal doldrums that creates, the ancient law gives its love to men.

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