Tag Archives: Sovereignty

The public trust doctrine refers to the common-law principle that a state holds, in trust for the people, ownership, dominion and sovereignty over tidally flowed lands extending to the mean high water mark

Law Lessons from Susko v. Borough of Belmar, __ N.J. Super. __ (App. Div. 2019), Docket No. A-3059-16T2, April 22, 2019: The public trust doctrine refers to the common-law principle that a state holds, “`in trust for the people,'” “`ownership, … Continue reading

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Internationalism & Sovereignty – St. Louis, MO

Saint Louis University School of Law‘s Center for International and Comparative Law and the Saint Louis University Law Journal present Symposium on Internationalism and Sovereignty March 29, 2019. Read more detail on Recent Law Librarian posts –

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Allison on The Westminster Parliament's Formal Sovereignty in Britain and Europe from a Historical Perspective @cambridgelaw

John W. F. Allison, Cambridge University Faculty of Law, has published The Westminster Parliament's Formal Sovereignty in Britain and Europe from a Historical Perspective as University of Cambridge Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 47/2018. Here is the abstract. In … Continue reading

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Bateman on the Written Word & Sovereignty in Late Antiquity

 C.G. Bateman (University of British Columbia (UBC), Faculty of Law) has posted The Hermeneutics of Sovereignty: The Written Word, State Sovereignty, and Freedom of Religion in the Late Antiquity Roman Empire (The Journal Jurisprudence, vol. 34 (Hilary Term: December 2017): 311-332) … Continue reading

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Harper-Obama “perimeter” border summit faces sovereignty speed bumps

Harper-Obama “perimeter” border summit faces sovereignty speed bumps OTTAWA – A border summit between Stephen Harper and Barack Obama was postponed twice in the last two months because U.S. Homeland Security wanted too much information about Canadian travellers. Read more … Continue reading

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