1 Korea U. L. Rev. i (2007)

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Korea University Law Review


Is There a Public Interest Law Movement in South Korea?:
The Role of People's Solidarity for Participatory Democracy
and Legal Mobilization
VolP Should Be Regulated or Not?:
A Comparative Study of VolP Regulation
between Korea and the United States
Seller's Liability for Latent Defect in Korean Law:
A Critical Assessment

Patricia Goedde
Yun Kyu Park

Soon-Koo Myoung

Theory in Practice in a Global Age:
What Legal Theory Can and Cannot Do

Tim Murphy


Corporate Governance in Korea:
With a Special Reference to Reforms Responding to IMF Crisis

Ki-Su Lee

Law in the Global Age and the Future of Korean Law  Korea University Faculties ofLaw
A Decision Leaving Scope of Secrecy with Administrative Agencies' Discretion  KS. Park
Be Careful When Using a Credit Card: You Could Become a Criminal  Nam-Geun Kim
Giving a Diseases and then a Cure: Canceling Labor Injunction        Jewan Kim
The Revived Ghost of a Police State: The Fingerprinting Case      Sang-Hee Han
Supreme Court Finding Art Teacher's Self Nude Obscene               Jibong Lim
Requiring Mentally Disabled Women to Resist for Rape Charge to Stand Kyoung Soon Park
Realities of A Whistleblower                                    Chang-Joon Kim
Educational Assets: Public Property or Private Property?           Jaehong Lim
Absolute Ban on Assemblies within 100 Meters around Courthouses   Sang-Hee Han
Translations of Selected Works and Phrases
0 2007 by The Korea University Legal Research Institute
Published on March 31, 2007

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