50 B.C. L. Rev. [i] (2009)

handle is hein.journals/bclr50 and id is 1 raw text is: BOSTON COLLEGE
LAW REVIEW

VOLUME L                      JANUARY 2009                      NUMBER 1
FOREWORD TO THE FIFTIETH VOLUME
John  A. Kupiec, Editor in  Chief ................................................................ i
ARTICLES
REASSESSING THE ROLE OF INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW:
REBUILDING NATIONAL COURTS THROUGH TRANSNATIONAL
NETWORKS
E lena  B aylis  ......................................................................................  1
AN ECONoMIc THEORY OF CRIMINAL EXCUSE
A dam  Candeub .................................................................................  87
CRYSTALS IN THE PUBLIC DOMAIN
D avid  Fagundes .................................................................................. 139
NOTES
Separate and Invisible: Alternative Education Programs and
O ur  Educational Rights ................................................................... 197
Not Guilty by Association: Why the Taint of Their Blank
Check Predecessors Should Not Stuit the Growth of
Modern Special Purpose Acquisition Companies ......................... 237

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