3 Kor. U. L. Rev. i (2008)

handle is hein.journals/korunilre3 and id is 1 raw text is: VOLUME 3                                  SPRING 2008
Korea University Law Review

TRENDS AND CHALLENGES

The Las\ Re\ iew, Movement in China and Korea

Xuanxi Liu

REPORTS ON KOREAN LAW
Selected Case Reports on Korean Law   Student Editors of Korea University Law Review
1. Constitutional Law: Conscientious Objection to Military Ser ices
II. Antitrust Law: T% ing and Cartelization
Ill. Corporate Law: Double Shareholder Derivative Actions & Nullification
of Convertible Bonds Issuance
IV. Torts: False Financial Information
V. Gender Law: Rape of a Transsexual Woman
ARTICLES
Arbitration Agreement under Korean La\\                           Keechang Kim
A Primer on Korean Antitrust Law                                     Bora Kang
The Legality of Humanitarian Intervention:
Focusing on the Responsibility to Protect                           Si Jin Oh
Legal Issues of Court-referred Mediation and Decision Instead ot Nediation in Korea
Jin Kvoo Lee
Study on Two WTO Cases on the Imposition ot CVD:
With Korea as the Complaint                                    Bong Eun Kim

Making Sense of Mental Health Legislation of the Republic of Korea

Doe Seong Kim

ESSAYS

A Case for Digital Constitutional Law: Freedom of Election Activities Through Internet
K.S Park
Translations of Selected Words and Phrases
C2008 by The Korea University Legal Research Institute
Published on March 31, 2008

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