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15
Oct 2012
Prison Religion: The Wrath of Thor

Prison Religion: The Wrath of Thor

When prisoners seek religious rights, there seems to be only one real question to ask: are you kidding me?!

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19
Apr 2012
The Great Canadian Marijuana Debate Goes On and On and ....

The Great Canadian Marijuana Debate Goes On and On and ....

The made-in-Canada debate over legalizing marijuana is stoked by political promises and judicial decisions. » Continue Reading

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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05
Jul 2007

Sark the Lark: Bon Débarras.

The UK Island of Sark, and its quaint one-of-a-kind feudal legal system, reels from a human rights legal assault.

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05
Aug 2008

China Politburo - Take A $%##@!@@ Hike

A lone student stands-down a row of four communist tanks and still, 19 years later, lawyers and international law experts with far less courage, ... tremble and wait.

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09
Jun 2013
Judge Yeshaya's Judicial Monstrosity

Judge Yeshaya's Judicial Monstrosity

Now-former Israeli judge Nissim Yeshaya's words are unspeakable.

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08
Nov 2008

Sisters In Law

Not so long ago, those with legal power (men) thought that giving women license to practice law would harm the 'natural and proper timidity and delicacy which belongs to the female sex'.

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26
Jun 2007

Better Late Than Never

Better late than never: Egypt bans female circumcision.

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05
Apr 2013
North Dakota Abortion Law Stirs Hornet Nest

North Dakota Abortion Law Stirs Hornet Nest

North Dakota enters God territory, throws gas on explosive abortion debate.

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15
May 2011
The Killing of Osama Bin Laden

The Killing of Osama Bin Laden

A day to celebrate or a dark day for the rule of law?

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