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Volume X, Number 1, July-December 2017 The Need to Remove the Civil Code from Mexican Commercial Laws: The Case of “Offers” and “Firm Promises” Abstract  PDF
Raúl Iturralde González
Volume V, Number 1 Wind Development of Oaxaca, Mexico's Isthmus of Tehuantepec: Energy Efficient or Human Rights Deficient? Abstract  PDF
Laura Hamister
Volume IX, Number 1, July-December 2016 Challenging the Centralist Doctrine in Mexican Family Law: An Analysis of the Evolution of State Authority Over Civil Law Matters and Its Impact on the Regulation of Cohabitation and Divorce Abstract  PDF
Graciela Jasa Silveira
Volume IV, Number 1 Federalism and constitutional Judicial Review in Mexico and the united states: a Normative Assessment of two Different Jurisdictional schemes Abstract  PDF
David García Sarubbi
Volume I, Number 2 Institutional Framework for International Judicial Cooperation: Opportunities and Challenges for North America Abstract  PDF  HTML
Carlos A. Gabuardi
Volume V, Number 2 Group Litigation Reaches Mexico: Revisiting Mexico's System of Collective Actions as a Vehicle to Ensure Efficient Implementation of Environmental Justice Abstract  PDF
David P. Vincent
Volume IV, Number 2 Foreign Precedents in Mexican Constitutional Adjudication Abstract  PDF
Eduardo Ferrer Mac-Gregor, Rubén Sánchez Gil
Volume II, Number 2 Making the Best of it: A Conceptual Reconstruction of Abortion Jurisprudence in the United States and Mexico Abstract  PDF
Luisa Conesa Labastida
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