Michael WR Adams and HP Lee
JUDICIAL RECUSAL AND REMOVAL — A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE NEW ZEALAND WILSON SAGA
Keywords:bias; judicial recusal; Justice Wilson; judicial complaints; judicial removal; register of pecuniary interests
Dominic O’Brien and Sue Farran
A NEW DAWN FOR HUMAN RIGHTS IN FIJI? LEARNING FROM COMPARATIVE LESSONS
Keywords:human rights; right to healthcare; children; comparative law; Fiji; India; South Africa; Brazil; Columbia
CHINA AND THE AGREEMENT ON GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENT: COSTS, BENEFITS AND CHALLENGES OF ACCESSION AND IMPLEMENTATION
Keywords:WTO; GPA; China; secondary policy objectives; bid challenge procedures; state-owned enterprises; confl ict of laws
LEGAL REFORM OF TRADITIONAL COURTS IN SOUTH AFRICA: EXPLORING THE LINKS BETWEEN UBUNTU, RESTORATIVE JUSTICE AND THERAPEUTIC JURISPRUDENCE
Keywords:traditional courts; customary courts; ubuntu; restorative justice; therapeutic jurisprudence; traditional justice; customary law; traditional leaders; legal pluralism
Vernon Valentine Palmer
FROM PRIVATE-LAW ROOTS TO INTERNATIONAL NORM: AN INVESTIGATION INTO MORAL DAMAGE AND PECUNIARY REPARATIONS IN TRANSNATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL LAW
Keywords:moral damage; non-pecuniary loss; human rights; pecuniary awards; European Convention on Human Rights
SOMETHING OLD, SOMETHING NEW IN COMPARATIVE LAW
Keywords:historical development of comparative law; functional equivalence; context; legal culture; deep-level comparison; critical comparative research; socio-legal methodology; numerical comparative law
RECOGNITION AND ENFORCEMENT OF INTERLOCUTORY AND FINAL JUDGMENTS OF THE SINGAPORE INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL COURT
Keywords:international arbitration; enforcement of judgment; Mareva injunction; international dispute resolution; international commercial court, Singapore International Commercial Court; Dubai International Financial Centre Courts
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