5 Korea U. L. Rev. i (2009)

handle is hein.journals/korunilre5 and id is 1 raw text is: Korea University Law Review

TRENDS AND CHALLENGES

Multiculturalism in Korea and International Law

Ki Gab Park

REPORTS ON KOREAN LAW
Selected Case Reports on Korean Law   Student Editors ofKorea University Law Review
I. Freedom of Assembly- Balancing yet another Scale of Justice in Korea
II. The Clear and Present Danger Principle in South Korea
III. Introducing the Double Derivative Action into the Korean Legal System
IV. Liability of Internet Content Hosts for Allegedly Defamatory Articles Created by Others
but Posted on its Service
V. Protecting Freedom of Speech Online: Comparison of Internet Law Cases in the United
States and South Korea
VI. Freedom of Speech in Medical Science Controversy Debating on Public Issue
VII. Employer's Liability in Sexual Harassment by Supervisor on the Job
ARTICLES

Labor Laws of Korea: 60-Year Progress
Mandatory Identity Verification in the Internet:
Did Google do the right thing?
TRANSLATION OF SELECTED WORDS AND PHRASES

http://www.korealawreview.org

Nohyoung Park
Yeonjae Bae

K.S. Park

02009 by The Korea University Legal Research Institute
Published on March 31, 2009

VOLUME 5

SPRING 2009

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