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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.

26
Jun 2007

Better Late Than Never

Better late than never: Egypt bans female circumcision.

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15
Mar 2008

The Return of the Bourgeois

Much maligned since 1789, the bourgeois of France are back.

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09
Aug 2012
The Refoulement of Gay and Lesbian Refugees in Europe

The Refoulement of Gay and Lesbian Refugees in Europe

Lesbian's desperate claim for refugee status in Germany will soon resolve an extant and very inflammatory legal issue.

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02
Apr 2009

Deadly Anachronism: Back To The Afghan Future?

Bad law can be quaint and amusing except when the strong, rank odor is new and deadly to women.

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09
May 2009
Bobby Ryan: The Anaheim Duck's Flight From Hell

Bobby Ryan: The Anaheim Duck's Flight From Hell

Bobby Ryan is a star hockey player in the National Hockey League. But he's also a victim of one of family law's most egregious crimes.

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01
Jun 2012
Levity in Judgments: To Be or Not to Be ... Funny.

Levity in Judgments: To Be or Not to Be ... Funny.

Comedian judges never go over too well and almost always leave a negative impression of the justice system.

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28
Oct 2007
Martin Brodeur: Justice 1, Privacy 0

Martin Brodeur: Justice 1, Privacy 0

As Martin Brodeur, star ice hockey player, is discovering, seeking judicial relief comes with a heavy privacy price.

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22
Mar 2012
Facebook: The Law Is Intrigued.

Facebook: The Law Is Intrigued.

Facebook and the law start an uneasy relationship.

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29
Dec 2013
Military Drones: US' Silent Soldier in Court

Military Drones: US' Silent Soldier in Court

USA military drone attacks against known terrorist targets in Pakistan, come under legal attack and criticism.

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07
Sep 2013
The Oral Hearing - An Endangered Species?

The Oral Hearing - An Endangered Species?

That most central component of our justice system, the right to an oral hearing, may be quitely disappearing.

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