Derecho De La Seguridad Social En México, 2010 ITESM Campus Puebla
Derecho De La Seguridad Social En México, Bruno L. Costantini García
Bruno L. Costantini García
Breve presentación del Derecho de la Segurida Social en México.
When Does Land "Relate To" A Development Application? North Sydney Council V Ligon 302 Pty Ltd, Michael Weir
Extract: A development application normally relates to land which is wholly within the control of the developer. Complications arise when an aspect of the proposal, for example access or a buffer area, requires some use of adjoining land which is not within the developer's control. If the developer is obliged to obtain the prior consent of the owner of the adjoining land in all cases, there will be a significant impact upon the development potential of land. The High Court will be considering the issue on 20 June 1996. Their decision may clarify the position in NSW, with implications ...
The Architect As Expert Witness: A Survival Guide, 2010 University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
The Architect As Expert Witness: A Survival Guide, Robert Greenstreet
Architecture Faculty Articles
Despite the challenges of deposition and courtroom pressures, expert witness work is both professionally interesting and financially rewarding, and many architects excel in the field. Being an expert does take you into the field of law, however, so it is advisable to sharpen up your skills of communication and presentation and thereby enhance your credibility and ultimate success.
Customary International Law In The 21st Century: Old Challenges And New Debates, 2010 University of Surrey
Customary International Law In The 21st Century: Old Challenges And New Debates, Roozbeh (Rudy) B. Baker
Roozbeh (Rudy) B. Baker
This Article will survey the new scholarship that has emerged in international law to challenge the two traditional sources of customary norms, state practice and opinio juris. With the recent growth, in the international system, of self-contained international criminal tribunals, new challenges facing international law have emerged. Institutionally structured as self-contained legal regimes, international legal tribunals such as the ICTY, ICTR, and now the ICC have nevertheless contributed to a new paradigm within international law. The jurisprudence of these international criminal tribunals, on a wide range of international legal questions, has slowly begun to be elevated into norms of customary ...
Green Building Regulations: Extending Mandates To The Residential Sector, 2010 Boston College Law School
Green Building Regulations: Extending Mandates To The Residential Sector, Mariel S. Dator
Boston College Environmental Affairs Law Review
As global warming has garnered significant attention in recent years, sustainability and green campaigns throughout the nation have become more common. Efforts to mitigate the human footprint have led to important developments in sustainable building design and construction. Although much attention is paid to other industry sectors such as transportation, buildings are a major source of greenhouse gases. Green buildings are more efficient and employ a variety of both construction techniques and renewable materials that result in less environmental harm and increased energy efficiency. Municipalities have encouraged large-scale green building projects through mandates or tax incentives. However, the residential sector ...
The Constitutional Interpretation/Construction Distinction: A Useful Fiction, 2010 Golden Gate University School of Law
The Constitutional Interpretation/Construction Distinction: A Useful Fiction, Laura A. Cisneros
Part I briefly describes the interpretation/construction distinction as an artificial construct - a fiction." The many commentaries on the subject encompass such a wide range of positions that the distinction, to the extent it truly exists at all, does so in the eye of each individual beholder. In Part II, I argue that the distinction, even if understood as a fiction, is nevertheless relevant because it can be used to bridge the expanse between originalist and nonoriginalist (or, if one prefers, between "strong" and "weak" originalist) theories of American constitutional interpretation. Put another way, the fiction is useful. In Part ...
Law As Hidden Architecture: Law, Politics, And Implementation Of The Burnham Plan Of Chicago Since 1909, 43 J. Marshall L. Rev. 375 (2010), Richard J. Roddewig
The John Marshall Law Review
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