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Stanford Law School's Theses and Dissertations Collection

Stanford Program in International Legal Studies Theses, 2011 to 2020

Title: Stanford Program in International Legal Studies Theses
Inclusive Dates: 2011 to 2020

Access Restrictions: None
Copyright Restriction:  Property rights reside with Robert Crown Law Library Special Collection.  Copyrights are retained by the creator of the records or their heirs.

Series Description:

This series consists of student’s Theses produced during 1996 to 2010 as part of the program requirements for the Stanford Program in International Legal Studies (SPILS).  The culmination of this program is a research project that each individual student develops over the course of a year under a faculty advisor. This research project must demonstrate the student's ability to do an empirical method of investigation for a topic of their choosing that addresses a concern for the international community or a specific country.  Theses can cover a large range of topics that analyze the legal cultures, legal reforms, and policies. This series’s material is collected by individual students donating their thesis to the Stanford Law Archive.  This series is arranged by call number and author’s last name. An index for all items of the series is available upon request.

Extent: 4.2 linear feet (Textual)
Location(s): GS-SU-06-01-06 to GS-SU-05-01-01

Finding aid prepared by:

Robert Crown Law Library
Stanford, CA 94305-8610
Phone: 650.723.2465
Fax: 650.725.0253