20 Cardozo J. Int'l & Comp. L. [i] (2011-2012)

handle is hein.journals/cjic20 and id is 1 raw text is: CARDOZO JOURNAL OF
INTERNATIONAL AND
COMPARATIVE LAW
VOLUME 20                    FALL 2011                    NUMBER 1
Copyright  2011 by Yeshiva University. All rights reserved.
CONTENTS
ARTICLES
Building a New Bridge over Troubled Waters: Lessons Learned from Canadian and
U.S. Arbitration of Human Rights and Discrimination Employment Claims
Shelley McGill and Ann Marie Tracey                                1
Stateless
Jay Milbrandt                                                     75
Punishment v. Restoration: A Comparative Analysis of Juvenile Delinquency Law
in the United States and Mexico
Beth Caldwell                                                    105
Have Truth and Reconciliation Commissions Helped Remediate Human Rights
Violations Against Women? A Feminist Analysis of the Past and Formula for
the Future
Margaret (Peggy) Maisel                                          143
NOTES
Reputations... a Lifetime to Build, Seconds to Destroy: Maximizing the
Mutually Protective Value of Morals Clauses in Talent Agreements
Sarah D. Katz                                                    185
Battling Clearance Culture Shock: Comparing U.S. Fair Use and Canadian Fair
Dealing in Advancing Freedom of Expression in Non-Fiction Film
Sarah Sklar-Heyn                                                 233
The Manual Scavenging Problem: A Case for the Supreme Court of India
Samuel D. Permutt                                                277

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