scispace - formally typeset

JournalISSN: 0363-0307

Golden Gate University Law Review 

About: Golden Gate University Law Review is an academic journal. The journal publishes majorly in the area(s): Jurisdiction & Criminal law. It has an ISSN identifier of 0363-0307. Over the lifetime, 325 publication(s) have been published receiving 1029 citation(s).

More filters
Journal Article
Abstract: International law has long protected foreign property from expropriation—confiscation by the host-country government—by giving the owner of the property a right to compensation for the value of the lost property. In recent decades, foreign property owners have made claims for compensation based on governmental regulations, such as placing restrictions on the legal use of property, that do not actually remove the owner’s title to the property, but nevertheless substantially affect its value. As this doctrine of “indirect expropriation” has developed, international tribunals and legal scholars have cautioned that the obligation to compensate does not extend to regulations imposed pursuant to the exer-

46 citations

Journal Article
Abstract: In the summer of 1979, Tamara Buley was hired as a sales clerk by the Miller-Wohl company in Great Falls, Montana. Shortly after she started working Ms. Buley discovered that she was pregnant, and in the weeks that followed, missed a few days of work because of morning sickness. Pursuant to Miller-Wohl's policy of denying any sick leave to employees during their first year with the company, Tamara Buley was fired. She felt that she had been fired because of her pregnancy. Knowing this to be illegal, she filed a discrimination complaint with the Montana Human Rights Commission.2

31 citations

Journal Article
Abstract: This paper discusses a problem that might at first glance appear to be either non-existent or unimportant: wrongful conviction by fingerprinting. Latent print individualization, more commonly known as “fingerprint identification,” has long enjoyed a reputation as one of the most powerful and trustworthy forms of evidence available to the criminal law. For most of the past century, in which latent print evidence was used in criminal justice systems of the United States and the rest of the world, it was widely assumed that wrongful convictions by fingerprint were either impossible or so rare that the problem

23 citations

Network Information
Related Journals (5)
Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law

702 papers, 4.1K citations

67% related
Hofstra Law Review

857 papers, 4.3K citations

65% related
Ecology Law Quarterly

785 papers, 6.7K citations

65% related
Fordham Urban Law Journal

986 papers, 6.1K citations

65% related
Washington and Lee Law Review

861 papers, 4.8K citations

64% related
No. of papers from the Journal in previous years