31 Law & Pol'y [i] (2009)

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Volume 31, No. 1                              January 2009
Search and Seizure, Racial Profiling, and
Traffic Stops: A Disparate Impact Framework  1
J. Mitchell Pickerill, Clayton Mosher, and
Travis Pratt
The Judicial Transformation of the State:
The Case of U.S. Trade Policy, 1974-2004    31
Nitsan Chorev
Principals in Practice: The Importance of
Mentorship in the Early Stages of Career
Development                                 69
Fiona M. Kay, John Hagan, and
Patricia Parker
Agency Accountability Strategies After
Liberalization: Universal Service in the
United Kingdom, France, and Sweden         111
Dorit Rubinstein Reiss
A Qualitative Study of Judgments in
Race Discrimination Employment Cases       142
Alison Brown and Angus Erskine

LAW & POLICY, Vol. 31, No. 1, January 2009

ISSN 0265-8240

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