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Tomoko Ishikawa - Investment Screening on National Security Grounds and International Law: The Case of Japan Tong Io Cheng - CLinguistic Pluralism and the Legal System of Macau Stephen Todd - VICARIOUS LIABILITY ON THE MOVE — BUT WHERE SHOULD IT STOP? Christa Rautenbach - The Influence of Foreign Judgments on the Development of Post-Apartheid Constitutional Law in South Africa: Judicial Law-making in Action?

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Marta Infantino - QUANTITATIVE LEGAL COMPARISONS: NARRATIVES, SELF-REPRESENTATIONS AND SUNSET BOULEVARDS Jule Mulder - COMPARING VULNERABILITY? HOW CAN EU COMPARATIVE LAW METHODS SHED LIGHT ON THE CONCEPT OF THE VULNERABLE CONSUMER

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Wang Guiguo - TOWARDS A RULE-BASED BELT AND ROAD INITIATIVE - NECESSITY AND DIRECTIONS Luke Tattersall - NO ORAL MODIFICATION CLAUSES: CONTRACTUAL FREEDOM UNDER ENGLISH AND NEW YORK LAW

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Peter Gerangelos - The Relationship between the Executive Government and Parliament in Australia: Accommodating Responsible Government with the Separation of Powers Hugh Corder - Navigating the Straits of Deference: Defining the Appropriate Judicial Role in a Transforming South Africa

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Paul Mckeown and Elaine Hall - If We Could Instil Social Justice Values through Clinical Legal Education, Should We?

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Stephen Cragg QC - Abortion, Northern Ireland and the NHS in England: Can Respect for Devolved Governments Be a Justification for Discrimination?

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David Callies - Fair Housing, Discrimination and Inclusionary Zoning in the United States Stephen Todd - Liability for the Malicious Institution of Civil Proceedings

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Heather Douglas - Sexual Violence, Domestic Abuse and the Feminist Judge Christje Brants, Adam Jackson and Frans Koenraadt - Culpability Compared: Mental Capacity, Criminal Offences and the Role of the Expert in Common Law and Civil Law

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Frances Hamilton and Lauren Clayton-Helm - Same-Sex Relationships, Choice of Law and the Continued Recognised Relationship Theory Ruwantissa Abeyratne - Terrorism and State Accountability — The Aviation Perspective

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Michael WR Adams and HP Lee - Judicial Recusal and Removal — A Comparative Study of the New Zealand Wilson Saga Vernon Valentine Palmer - From Private-Law Roots to International Norm: An Investigation into Moral Damage and Pecuniary Reparations in Transnational and International Law

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Carl F Stychin - Pluralism, Equality and the Challenge of Faith-Based Services Mohamed Elewa Badar and Alan Reed - The Fault Element and Withdrawal Principles in Joint Criminal Enterprise: The Need for A Restatement