1 FIU L. Rev. [i] (2006)

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Volume 1                      Spring 2006                     Number 1
 2006 by Florida International University
COLLOQUY
Reflections on Law Schools and the Idea
of the University ....................................................... Thomas E. Baker  1
The University of the Future Has
Already  Arrived  ............................................................... Stanley  Fish  19
SYMPosIuM
Is United States Constitutionalism Good or Bad for
International Human Rights?
A Decent Respect to the Opinions of [Human]kind:
The Value of a Comparative Perspective in
Constitutional Adjudication ................................ Ruth Bader Ginsburg  27
Returning to First Principles: International Human Rights
as U.S. Constitutionalism ....................................... Natsu Taylor Saito  45
The Constitution and Human Rights: The International
Legal Constructionist Approach to Ensuring the Protection
of Human Rights .......................................... Francisco Forrest Martin  71
The Logic of Rights vs. The Logic of Representation:
The Case of Cohabitation in Spain .................. Blanca Rodriguez Ruiz  89
COMMENTS
Mixed Dust Claims-The Next Asbestos,
or Much Ado About Nothing? .............................. Douglas J. Giuliano  107
Why the Limited Liability Company Should Sound the
Death Knell of the Application of the Nexus of Contracts
Theory to Corporations .................................... Brian Dean Abramson  185
Implying Against Intent: A New Test for Congressional
Intent Under Cort v. Ash .................................... Michael Hirschkowitz  239

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