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VICARIOUS LIABILITY ON THE MOVE — BUT WHERE SHOULD IT STOP?(2020) 7:1 JICL 1-40
THE INFLUENCE OF FOREIGN JUDGMENTS ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF POST-APARTHEID CONSTITUTIONAL LAW IN SOUTH AFRICA: JUDICIAL LAW-MAKING IN ACTION?(2020) 7:1 JICL 99-126
INVESTMENT SCREENING ON NATIONAL SECURITY GROUNDS AND INTERNATIONAL LAW: THE CASE OF JAPAN(2020) 7:1 JICL 71-98
LINGUISTIC PLURALISM AND THE LEGAL SYSTEM OF MACAU(2020) 7:1 JICL 183-198
THE PUBLIC TRUST DOCTRINE: A UNITED STATES AND COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS(2020) 7:1 JICL 41-70
COMPARING VULNERABILITY? HOW CAN EU COMPARATIVE LAW METHODS SHED LIGHT ON THE CONCEPT OF THE VULNERABLE CONSUMER(2019) 6:2 JICL 209-231
QUANTITATIVE LEGAL COMPARISONS: NARRATIVES, SELF-REPRESENTATIONS AND SUNSET BOULEVARDS(2019) 6:2 JICL 287-306
NO ORAL MODIFICATION CLAUSES: CONTRACTUAL FREEDOM UNDER ENGLISH AND NEW YORK LAW(2019) 6:1 JICL 117-138
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