The Doctor of Juridical Science (S.J.D.) Dissertation Series provides access to abstracts and indexing information for doctoral-level dissertations completed by S.J.D. candidates at American University Washington College of Law. Each dissertation is an original contribution that advances knowledge in the field of legal literature and reflects the strong intellectual commitment of S.J.D. candidates to advanced legal study.
Preservation and online access to S.J.D. dissertations is provided through ProQuest’s Digital Archiving and Access Program. Full text is available to American University Washington College of Law faculty, students, and staff on campus through Proquest’s Dissertations and Theses Database. Dissertations may be ordered by title, author, or publication number from Dissertation Express.
Submissions from 2007
Safeguarding Taiwan's Globally Significant Biodiversity: Strengthening the Domestic Legal Framework and Participating in the Global Biodiversity Governance System as an Ecological Entity, Chin-Che Cheng
Submissions from 2006
The Arab League. A Comparative Examination of Voting Mechanisms: Exploration of the Unaminity Rule of the Arab League's Regulations and How the Rule Affects the Organization's Security Function, Abdulrahman N. Ben Homaid
Jordan and the World Trading System: A Case Study for Arab Countries, Bashar Hikmet Malkawi
Submissions from 2005
The Impact of Federalism over the Formation of Personal Jurisdiction Rules in Two Different Legal Traditions: Limited Comparison to the Civil Law Model of the United Arab Emirates and the Common Law Model of the United States, Abaid Al-Mutairi