The LL.M. Thesis and Essay Series provides access to the theses and essays completed by LL.M. candidates at the University of Georgia School of Law. The LL.M. candidates produced a required thesis until 2007, with the thesis being replaced by an optional LL.M. Essay beginning in 2008. Each paper is a substantial work of legal research and analysis on a subject selected by the LL.M. student with guidance from the director of Graduate Legal Studies and a School of Law faculty member.

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Submissions from 1984

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Fraud and Injunctive Relief in International Standby Letter of Credit Transactions: A Comparative Study, Dirk H. Mahler

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Small High Technology Companies and Public Policy: A Legal Analysis, Werner W. Mielke

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Freedom of Expression in England and the United States: A Comparative Study, with Particular Reference to Restrictions Imposed by Means of Prior Restraint, Peter G. Shears

Submissions from 1983

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Sovereign Immunity from Execution: A Comparative Analysis, Rainer Esser

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Comparison of the U.S.S.R. and United States on the Territorial Sea, Exclusive Economic Zone, and Strait Issues, Erik Franckx

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the South Pacific Islands: Economic, Political and Legal Interactions, Vinson F. Jamir

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The Impact of the "Foreign Investment in Real Property Tax Act of 1980" on International Tax Treaties, Karin E. Landmann

Submissions from 1982

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Balancing the Management and Property Rights of the Employer against Employee's Section 7 Rights, Leonard J. Spooner

Submissions from 1980

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Taxation Aspects of Foreign Investments in India, Udai V. Singh

Submissions from 1979

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The Constitution of the Northern Mariana Islands: Does a Different Cultural Setting Justify Different Constitutional Standards?, James A. Branch, Jr.

Submissions from 1974

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The Peaceful Settlement of International Disputes within the United Nations System, Giovanni Acerbi

Submissions from 1972

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The Proper Law of Business Torts, Georg H. Kutschelis

Submissions from 1971

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Judicial Opinion Analysis, John J. Daley

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Parens Patria: Fiction of the Juvenile Court, David M. Featherstone