16 Roger Williams U. L. Rev. [i] (2011)

handle is hein.journals/rwulr16 and id is 1 raw text is: ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY
LAW REVIEW
VOLUME SIXTEEN            WINTER 2011          NUMBER ONE
TABLE OF CONTENTS
ARTICLES AND RESPONSES                                      Page
African Law in Comparative Law: Does Comparativism
Have Worth? ............................................ Chris Nwachukwu Okeke  1
The Methodology of Comparative Law ................ Edward J. Eberle  51
A  Return  to  Lath ........................................................ Peter  E. Quint  73
Comparative Law Methodology & American Legal Culture:
Obstacles and Opportunities .................................... Colin  B. Picker  86
History, Memory and Law ...................... Vivian Grosswald Curran 100
Method, Community & Comparative Law: An Encounter
With  Complexity Science ........................................ David J. Gerber  110
The Making and Debunking of Legal Tradition
.............................................................................. A m alia  D . K essler  129
Comparative Law Methods in the United States
.................................................................................... D avid  S. C lark  134
NOTES & COMMENTS
The Hague Convention on the Protection of Children
and Cooperation in Respect of Intercountry Adoption:
the Need for a Uniform Standard for Intercountry
Adoption by Homosexuals ......................... Rachael M. Schupp-Star 139
Defective Products in a Defective System: Legislation
Designed to Level the Playing Field in International
Trade ......................................................................... Jessica  Shelton  171

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