Why Does Mexico Outrank U.S. in Access to Civil Justice?

October 14, 2010


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4 Responses to “Why Does Mexico Outrank U.S. in Access to Civil Justice?”

  1. Foreclosure Crisis Finally Hitting Banks Where it Hurts: Their Stock Prices « naked capitalism on October 15th, 2010 7:16 am

    [...] bit of synchronicity, the World Justice Project published its Rule of Law index this week, and the US showed dismal rankings: The world-wide study examined how nations implement and enforce its laws for ordinary citizens. [...]

  2. Foreclosure Crisis Finally Hitting Banks Where it Hurts: Their Stock Prices « naked capitalism on October 15th, 2010 7:16 am

    [...] bit of synchronicity, the World Justice Project published its Rule of Law index this week, and the US showed dismal rankings: The world-wide study examined how nations implement and enforce its laws for ordinary citizens. [...]

  3. Bank Spin is Nauseating « Findsen Law on October 15th, 2010 10:43 am

    [...] bit of synchronicity, the World Justice Project published its Rule of Law index this week, and the US showed dismal rankings: The world-wide study examined how nations implement and enforce its laws for ordinary citizens. [...]

  4. Foreclosure Crisis Finally Hitting Banks Where it Hurts: Their Stock Prices « Livinglies's Weblog on October 16th, 2010 7:31 am

    [...] bit of synchronicity, the World Justice Project published its Rule of Law index this week, and the US showed dismal rankings: The world-wide study examined how nations implement and enforce its laws for ordinary citizens. [...]

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