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1: Legal history 2: Legal Education and the Legal Profession 3: Sources of Mexican Law 4: Federalism and Centralism 5: The Executive and Legislative Powers 6: The Judicial Power 7: Constitutional Rights 8: Judicial Procedures to Enforce the Constitution: Amparo, Controversias Constitucionales, and Acciones de Inconstitucionalidad 9: Administrative Law 10: Civil and Commercial Procedure 11: Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure 12: Regulation of the Economy and Environmental Regulation 13: Labor Law, Agrarian Reform and the Welfare State 14: Civil and Commercial Codes 15: Law of Persons and Family 16: Law of Property and Succession 17: Law of Obligations 18: Commercial Law 19: Law of Business Organizations 20: Law of Financial Institutions 21: Intellectual Property Law 22: Conflicts of Law (Private International Law)

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Professor Jose Roldan Xopa Editor Professor David Lopez Author; Professor Zamora's biography: Professor of Law, University of Houston Law Center, since 1978 Co-Director, International Law Institute, University of Houston Dean, University of Houston Law Center (1995-2000) Fulbright Professor, National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) (1982-83) Visiting Research Fellow, Instituto de Investigaciones Juridicas, UNAM (1982-83, 1991-92, 2001-03) Visiting Professor, Yale Law School (1994) Attorney, The World Bank (1976-1978) Lecturer, Center for American and International Law, Dallas, Texas (1989-2002)

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