52 Duq. L. Rev. [i] (2014)

handle is hein.journals/duqu52 and id is 1 raw text is: Duquesne Law Review
Volume 52, Number 1, Winter 2014
© DUQUESNE UNIVERSITY, 2013-2014
Comparative Law in the Age
of Globalization
Keynote Lecture
COMPARATIVE LAW IN THE AGE OF GLOBALIZATION
Mary Ann Glendon     ........................................ 1
Articles
THE CONTROVERSY OVER CITATIONS TO FOREIGN
AUTHORITIES IN AMERICAN CONSTITUTIONAL
ADJUDICATION AND THE CONFLICT OF JUDICIAL
PHILOSOPHIES: A REPLY TO PROFESSOR GLENDON
Michel Rosenfeld ..................................... 25
A Focus ON COMPARISON IN COMPARATIVE LAW
Kirk W. Junker....................................... 69
Reflection
COMPARATIVE LAW IN A TIME OF GLOBALIZATION:
SOME REFLECTIONS
Thomas C. Kohler.................................... 101
Essays
THROUGH OUR GLASs DARKLY: DOES COMPARATIVE
LAW COUNSEL THE USE OF FOREIGN LAW IN U.S.
CONSTITUTIONAL ADJUDICATION?
Kenneth Anderson      ............................. ...... 115

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