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Volume 76 2014 Number 3/4

The Practices of the International Criminal Court

 

Jens Meierhenrich
Special Editor

Foreword

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Articles

The Practice Of International Law: A Theoretical Analysis

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Bargaining Practices: Negotiating the Kampala Compromise for the International Criminal Court

85
A Model Of International Judicial Administration? The Evolution Of Managerial Practices at the International Criminal Court

119
Dynamic Investigative Practice at the International Criminal Court

163
Defensive Practices: Representing Clients Before the International Criminal Court

191
Representational Practices at the International Criminal Court: The Gap Between Juridified and Abstract Victimhood

235
Moral Practices: Assigning Responsibility in the International Criminal Court

263
Practices Of Stigmatization

287
“We Cannot Allow Ourselves to Imagine What it All Means”: Documentary Practices and the International Criminal Court

319

Addendum to 75:1 Access to Justice: Investor Suits in the Era of the
Roberts Court

The Truth-On-The-Market Defense and its Relevance in SEC Enforcement Actions

341

Addendum to 73:1 Turning Points in the History of the Federal Income Tax.

Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Tax-Free Liquidating Distribution? Ideological Debates on Taxation and the Repeal Of General Utilities

367

Addendum to 72:4 Race and Socioeconomic Class: Examining an Increasingly
Complex Tapestry

The Unintended Effects Of The Three- And Ten-Year Unlawful Presence Bars

389

Addendum to 72:1 Conventions in Science and Law

Disillusioning the Prosecution: The Unfulfilled Promise Of Syndrome Evidence

413

Addendum to 63:3 The Future Content of the U.S. Securities Laws

Not Your Older Brother’s Bonds: The Use and Regulation of Social-Impact Bonds in the United States

433