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.
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
3781 2011 A - Public Enforcement of Banking Law in the US : A Comparison between Formal Enforcement Actions Against Foreign and Domestic Banks
3781 2011 A - Whose War on Terror? : Examining the Impact of the US Secure Flight Program on Canada
3781 2011 B - Class actions in Chile
3781 2011 D - In the Shadow of Soft Law: The Handling of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Disputes by Domestic National Contact Points under the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises
3781 2011 E - Amicus curiae briefs of human rights NGOs before the European Court of Human Rights
3781 2011 H - A Comparative and Empirical Study on Contractual Frustration : Israel and the United States
3781 2011 K - Lifting the Veil of Secrecy: Judicial review of administrative detentions in the Israeli Supreme Court
3781 2011 M - Corporate Governance and firm valuation in Colombia : Are We Heading in the Right Direction?
3781 2012 C - The Informal Constitution: Unwritten Criteria in Selecting Judges for the Supreme Court of India
3781 2012 N - Chains, Chains, Chains: A Look into Venezuelan Legal Culture: The Use of "Cadenas" (Blanket Presidential Broadcasts) as a Form of Compelled Speech by the Venezuelan Government (1999-2010)
3781 2012 R - Did Siliconix have a Negative Effect on Premiums Paid to Minority Shareholders in Tender Offer Freeze-Outs?: An Empirical Analysis
3781 2012 S - From the Sub-Regional to the Regional: Lessons for An All-Inclusive Regional Security Framework
3781 2012 S - Patent Mediation in Germany: Empirical Study on the State of Alternative Dispute Resolution in Europe's Largest Economy
3781 2012 V - Understanding the Governance at the U.S.-Mexico Border Region, Beyond the Formal Environmental Laws: Case Study Based on the Perception of the Inhabitants of Presidio, Texas and Ojinaga, Chihuahua
3781 2013 B - The Occupation of the Law: Power Dynamics Between the Israeli Judiciary and Legislature over Controlling Palestinians Tort Claims against IDF
3781 2013 G - From Consensus To A Divided Court: The Mexican Supreme Court (1995-2011)
3781 2013 G - Praising Calvo and Wearing Investors' Robes: A Case Study of Venezuela and its Strategy in Investment Arbitration in the Oil, Gas and Mining Sectors
3781 2013 H - Copyright Consciousness and Intellectual Property Discourse: The Politics of Creative Commons
3781 2013 I - Socio-Economic Rights and the Complexity of Implementation: A Case Study on the Right to Food Litigation in India
3781 2013 K - Challenges to Re-Constructing Disability with International Human Rights Law: A Case Study of Hungary
3781 2013 K - Empirical Analysis on "Arbitration Reluctance" of Japanese Foreign Investors
3781 2013 K - Putting Public Space in its Place?: The Right to Protest and the Israeli Supreme Court
3781 2013 R - "Watch & Learn": Representation of Illegal Behavior and Obedience to Legal Norms Through the Eyes of Popular Culture, the Case of TV Shows Broadcasted in Israel
3781 2013 R - Corporate Liability for Human Rights Abuses: Have the United Nations Principles on Business and Human Rights Influenced Alien Tort Statute litigation?
3781 2013 R - Educating Spanish citizens: An empirical analysis of K-12 education textbooks in Spain
3781 2014 C - Part-Time Old Traffickers?: The Imprisoned Population for Drugs Crimes in Chile
3781 2014 D - Conflicts Between Private and State Disability Identities : Bay Area Subjects' Procedural Justice Perceptions of the Disability Determination Process
3781 2014 F - Thrown to the Lions: A Study about the Chilean family Judges, Their Challenges and their Training
3781 2014 H - Russian Internet Users' Privacy: A Study of Attitudes and Behavior
3781 2014 H - Which Cultural Diversity will Survive Cultural Policies?
3781 2014 J - Early Adopters of the Magical Thinking Cap: A Study on Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) User Community
3781 2014 M - Prometheus Bound: How Does the Regulatory System Affect the Information Collection Practices of Social Networks?
3781 2014 R - Regulating the Void: Enforcing Workers' Rights to safety in a Globalized Garment Industry
3781 2014 S - Online Advocacy or Slacktivism?: New Technologies in International Human Rights Advocacy
3781 2014 T - Lost in a Narration: A Preliminary Look at News Coverage of the 2007 Thai Constitution Making
3781 2015 A - From Delaware to Israel: Evaluating Israel's Quasi Experiment of a Specialized Corporate Court
3781 2015 F - La Colosa Gold-Mining Struggle : A Case Study of How a Community Brings the Colombian Constitution to Life for Environmental Justice
3781 2015 I - Copyright Law and Digital Piracy: n A Econometric Gobal Cross-National Study
3781 2015 L - Patent Strategies of Technology Start-ups: An Empirical Study
3781 2015 M - Negotiating Gender: Narratives from an Indian Law University
3781 2015 S - Why does a Powerful Regulatory Regime Fail?: An Examination of the Regulation of Prepaid Cards in China
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