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JUSTRAC Programmatic Retrospective
Rule of Law Collaborative
September 2019
Region: Global
Comparative Perspectives
Criminal Justice
Development
Legal Reform
Legal Systems
The State and Society
Vulnerable Populations
Transitioning to the Accusatorial Model: Addressing Challenges for Legal Education and Training in Latin America: Symposium Final Report
Kiel Downey
December 6, 2018
Region: Western Hemisphere
Comparative Perspectives
Criminal Justice
Education
Legal Reform
Legal Systems
The State and Society
A Global Measure of Judicial Independence, 1948–2012
Drew A. Linzer & Jeffrey K. Staton
Fall 2015
Region: Global
Civil Society
Comparative Perspectives
Conflict
Development
Historical Perspectives
Information
Legal Reform
Legal Systems
Methodology
Transitional Justice
The Fear of Counterterrorism: Surveillance and Civil Liberties Since 9/11
Mathieu Deflem
January 15, 2015
Region: Western Hemisphere
Human Rights
Legal Systems
Order, Technology, and the Constitutional Meanings of Criminal Procedure
Thomas Crocker
Summer 2013
Region: Global
Criminal Justice
Legal Systems
Technology
Legitimacy, Legal Development & Change: Law & Modernization Reconsidered
David Linnan (editor)
2012
Region: Global
Legal Systems
Legitimacy, Legal Development & Change: Law & Modernization Reconsidered
David Linnan
2012
Region: Global
Historical Perspectives
Legal Systems
Who Decides on Liberty?
Thomas Crocker
2012
Region: Western Hemisphere
Human Rights
Legal Systems
Presidential Power and Constitutional Responsibility
Thomas Crocker
December 6, 2011
Region: Western Hemisphere
Legal Systems
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