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Third Party Funding in Investment Arbitration

Boston College Law Library collects the publications of Law School faculty, and, when possible, makes them available through this collection. Organized by year and tagged with authors and subject areas, this resource reflects the school and the library’s commitment to open access while at the same t...

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This Article will explore in some detail the dynamics of a simultaneity arrangement and will explain why the usual arrangements are safe but not necessarily ethical. This Article will also contrast simultaneity involving a lawyer against that involving a law student. We encounter an attractive argum...

Are human rights to be found in living instruments and practices that adapt to changing circumstances, or must they be interpreted according to their original meaning? That question, so heavily debated in the context of the rights of the U.S. Constitution, was never seriously on the table until 2020...

There are two rights an educational entity must weigh in response to a public request for information: the public’s right to know, and the right to privacy of both students and education agency employees. For public records requests, educational entities must ground their approach not only in the fe...

Dellita Johnson brought a claim against the City of Detroit on behalf of her minor son, asserting that her son sustained lead poisoning from the public housing unit in which they lived. She brought claims under 42 U.S.C. § 1983 for the deprivation of federal rights created under provisions of the Un...