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Jaclyn L Neo

AUTONOMY, DEFERENCE AND CONTROL: JUDICIAL DOCTRINE AND FACETS OF SEPARATION OF POWERS IN SINGAPORE

(2018) 5:2 JICL 461-483

Peter Gerangelos

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE EXECUTIVE GOVERNMENT AND PARLIAMENT IN AUSTRALIA: ACCOMMODATING RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT WITH THE SEPARATION OF POWERS

(2018) 5:2 JICL 289-313

Victoria Roper, Elaine Campbell, Assaf Ben-David, Dov Greenbaum and Jonathan Askin

UNDERSTANDING THE SCOPE OF BUSINESS LAW CLINICS: PERSPECTIVES FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM, ISRAEL AND THE UNITED STATES

(2018) 5:1 JICL 217-257

Jack Burke and Hugh Zillmann

CREATING A GOLD STANDARD FOR PRACTICAL LEGAL TRAINING IN COMMON LAW COUNTRIES

(2018) 5:1 JICL 9-41

Stephen Cragg QC

ABORTION, NORTHERN IRELAND AND THE NHS IN ENGLAND: CAN RESPECT FOR DEVOLVED GOVERNMENTS BE A JUSTIFICATION FOR DISCRIMINATION?

(2017) 4:2 JICL 377-388

Neil Andrews

MEDIATION: INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE AND GLOBAL TRENDS

(2017) 4:2 JICL 217-252

Yüksel Sezgin

“DO NOT BETRAY GOD OR YOUR PEOPLE”: NEGOTIATING WOMEN’S RIGHTS UNDER MUSLIM FAMILY LAWS IN ISRAEL AND INDIA

(2017) 4:1 JICL 81-101

Nicola Wake and Alan Reed

COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES ON CRIMINAL JUSTICE REFORMS

(2016) 3:2 JICL 163-167

Chrisje Brants, Adam Jackson and Frans Koenraadt

CULPABILITY COMPARED: MENTAL CAPACITY, CRIMINAL OFFENCES AND THE ROLE OF THE EXPERT IN COMMON LAW AND CIVIL LAW JURISDICTIONS

(2016) 3:2 JICL 411-440

Frances Hamilton and Lauren Clayton-Helm

SAME-SEX RELATIONSHIPS, CHOICE OF LAW AND THE CONTINUED RECOGNISED RELATIONSHIP THEORY

(2016) 3:1 JICL 1-32

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