Contained in this collection are the theses and dissertations of Maurer students who have received their Doctor of Juridical Science (SJD) or Master of Laws (LLM) degrees. Note that many of these documents are embargoed.

Theses/Dissertations from 2014

The Visible Effects of an Invisible Constitution: The Contested State of Transdniestria's Search for Recognition through International Negotiations, Nadejda Mazur

A Comparative Study of GMO Labeling and Liability Systems in the US, EU, and South Korea: The Circumstances and a Future Potential for Harmonization, MoonSook Park

Enhancing the Effectiveness of the Public Procurement System of Iraq Through Reforming the Bid Protest Processes, Ali Ahmed Rahman

Conceptualizing Copyright Enforcement and Management in the Digital Age Through Two Models: The Right-Holder-Centric Model and Cooperative Model, Yang Sun

A Study on the Safe Harbor Rules for Online File Hosting Service Providers Under Copyright Law in China, Shi Xu

Reconstructing the Taiwanese Rule on Pure Economic Loss: Establishing a General Standard for Recovery for Pure Economic Loss in Unintentional Torts, Wen-Hsuan Yang

Theses/Dissertations from 2013

Neither a Pedestal nor a Cage: In Pursuit of Genuine Gender Equality in the Philippine Workplace, Emily Sanchez Salcedo

Theses/Dissertations from 2012

Justice and Efficiency: An Empirical Study on Simplified Procedure for Guilty Plea Cases, Bensen Li

A Developing Norm Under International Law: A Case Study of the Proliferation Security, Sunan J. Rustam

Reassessing Damage Remedy to Online Copyright Infringement, Yang Sun

Good Governance in the Treaty-Making Process and its Democratic Dilemma, Wanaporn Techagaisiyavanit

Theses/Dissertations from 2011

A Comparative Perspective on the Patent Eligibility of Software Inventions, Hung-San Kuo

Theses/Dissertations from 2010

Symbiotic Reform to Regulate the Insurance Industry: Regulators, Market Access, and Antitrust Issues in the U.S. and Korea, Sung Keun Chun

American Law: Integrating Ultra-Traditional Muslims Through Accommodations, Mohamed A. Elsanousi

Antidiscrimination Rights of Contingent Workers in the United States, Hyun Joo Kang

Theses/Dissertations from 2009

Restrictive Trade Measures Based on Extraterritorial Human Rights Violations: An Analysis Under Allocation of Regulatory Jurisdiction and Transaction Costs, Gustavo Ferreira Ribeiro

Liberalization and the Development of Legal Education Policy in East Africa: A Case Study of Uganda, Pamela Tibihikirra-Kalyegira

Theses/Dissertations from 2008

Pension Systems and Inflation-Indexed Bonds: A Study of Strengthening Retirement Income Security Through Comparative Analysis of the United States and Korean Systems, Joon Suk Bae

Eastphalia Rising: An Enquiry into the Emergence of an Asian Perspective on International Law and Global Governance, Sung Won Kim

Theses/Dissertations from 2005

International Trade Distorting Agricultural Subsidies: Legal and Policy Analysis, Sherzod R. Karimov

Theses/Dissertations from 2000

The Legal Environment for Electronic Cash in Japan, Shu Hamba