Table of Contents

Symposium on the Future of Human Rights in the World Legal Order

INTRODUCTION: HUMAN RIGHTS AND JURISPRUDENCE Myres S. McDougal & Lung-chu Chen 337
THE INTERNATIONAL LAW OF HUMAN RIGHTS:  A REPLY TO RECENT CRITICISMS Louis B. Sohn 347
THE VIEWS OF “CHARTERISTS” AND “SKEPTICS” ON HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE WORLD LEGAL ORDER Lowell F. Schechter 357
SOME THOUGHTS ON THE DECLINE OF INTERNATIONAL LAW AND FUTURE PROSPECTS Richard Falk 399
THE TREATY POWER AND NATIONAL FOREIGN POLICY AS VEHICLES FOR THE ENFORCEMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE UNITED STATES Covey T. Oliver 411
OBJECTIONS TO WESTERN CONCEPTIONS OF HUMAN RIGHTS Cornelius F. Murphy, Jr. 433
WORLD REFUGEE ASSISTANCE: THE ROLE OF INTERNATIONAL LAW AND INSTITUTIONS Ved P.  Nanda 449
HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE EMERGING INTERNATIONAL CONSTITUTION Howard J.  Taubenfeld & Rita Falk Taubenfeld 475
A PERSONAL REFLECTION ON INTERNATIONAL COVENANTS ON  HUMAN RIGHTS  Dean Rusk 515
FINAL REPORT ON THE ESTABLISHMENT OF AN INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE APARTHEID CONVENTION AND OTHER RELEVANT INTERNATIONAL INSTRUMENTS M. Cherif Bassiouni & Daniel H. Derby 523

Notes

CHAPTER 13 DE  MINiMIS PLANS:  TOWARD A CONSENSUS ON “GOOD FAITH'” Edmund Michael Emrich 593
LEGALIZING NONLAWYER PROPRIETORSHIP IN THE LEGAL CLINIC INDUSTRY: REFORM IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST Gerhardt M. Nielsen 625
THE NO-DUTY RULE IN NEW  YORK: SHOULD  COMPANY DOCTORS BE CONSIDERED CO-EMPLOYEES? Glenn Jenkins 665

Comment

RHODE ISLAND V. INNIS – Criminal Procedure – Fifth Amendment Alan M. Schutzman 691

Book Review

HUMAN RIGHTS AND WORLD PUBLIC ORDER By MYRES  S. McDOUGAL, HAROLD D.  LASSWELL, & LUNG-CHU CHEN 725
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