Commercial Aspects of Trusts and Fiduciary Obligations

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ABBREVIATIONS
ALJ Australian Law, Journal
Brit. Yearbook Int. Law British Yearbook of International Law
Brooklyn J. Int. Law Brooklyn Journal of International Law
Bus. Lawyer Business Lawyer
Calif. LR California Law Review
CLJ Cambridge Law Journal
CMLR Common Market Law Review
Colum. LR Columbia Law Review
Cornell ILJ Cornell International Law Journal
Cornell LR Cornell Law Review
Cornell LQ Cornell Law Quarterly
Duke LJ Duke Law Journal
Ga. J. Int. Law Georgia Journal of International Law
Geo. Was. LR George Washington Law Review
Harv. LR Harvard Law Review
ICLQ International and Comparative Law Quarterly
ILJ Industrial Law Journal
JBL Journal of Business Law
JZ Juristen-Zeitung
Law Soc. Gaz. Law Society Gazette
LMCLQ Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly
Loyola LR Loyola Law Review
LQR Law Quarterly Review
Melb. ULR Melbourne University Law Review
Mich. LR Michigan Law Review
MLR Modern Law Review
NYULR New York University Law Review
NZLJ New Zealand Law Journal
Ohio St. LJ Ohio State Law Journal
OJLS Oxford Journal of Legal Studies
Osg. HLJ Osgoode Hall Law Journal
Sask. LR Saskatchewan Law Review
U. Chi. LR University of Chicago Law Review
UNSW Law Journal University of new South Wales Law Journal
U. Pa. LR University of Pennsylvania Law Review
Valparaiso ULR Valparaiso University Law Review
Wake Forest LR Wake Forest Law Review

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