Simon NM Young
ENFORCING CRIMINAL LAW THROUGH CIVIL PROCESSES: HOW DOES HUMAN RIGHTS LAW TREAT “CIVIL FOR CRIMINAL PROCESSES”?
Keywords:criminal charge; civil proceedings; human rights; hybrid proceedings; civil penalties; European Convention on Human Rights; Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
LEGISLATURES AND THE COURTS: THE IMPORTANCE OF PLACE
Keywords:Courts, Dicey, House of Lords, judiciary, legislatures, law lords, location, models of judicial–legislative relations, MPs, Palace of Westminster, peers, Supreme Court
CARRIER LIABILITY FOR DEATH OR INJURY TO PASSENGERS: A COMPARISON BETWEEN MARITIME LAW AND AIR LAW
Keywords:negligence; wilful misconduct; liability of cruise lines; liability of air carriers; passenger rights; maritime law; air law; Athens Convention; Warsaw Convention; Montreal Convention
MEDIATION: INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE AND GLOBAL TRENDS
Keywords:mediation; governmental promotion of mediation; compulsory mediation; mediation principles; voluntary principle of mediation
THE POLITICS OF PARLIAMENTARY PROCEDURE AT WESTMINSTER
Keywords:UK Parliament; parliamentary procedure; law and convention; standing orders; legislation; House of Commons; ministerial responsibility; select committees; House of Lords; public engagement; parliamentary reform
James J Nedumpara and Archana Subramanian
CHINA AND THE NON-MARKET ECONOMY TREATMENT IN ANTI-DUMPING CASES: CAN THE SURROGATE PRICE METHODOLOGY CONTINUE POST-2016?
Keywords:China; accession protocol; anti-dumping; non-market economies; surrogate method; normal value; price comparison; WTO
LEGAL CHALLENGES TO THE BELT AND ROAD INITIATIVE
Keywords:Belt and Road; China; international law; globalisation; WTO; GATT; investment; trade; dispute resolution; rule of law; IMF; TRIPS
THE OPPOSITION OF THE CJEU TO THE ECHR AS A MECHANISM OF INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW
Keywords:EU; ECHR; human rights; external monitoring; individual petition; autonomy
Stefan HC Lo
CONTEXT AND PURPOSE IN CORPORATE ATTRIBUTION: CAN THE “DIRECTING MIND” BE LAID TO REST?
Keywords:companies; attribution; directing mind and will; identifi cation theory; alter ego; illegality
Stephen Cragg QC
ABORTION, NORTHERN IRELAND AND THE NHS IN ENGLAND: CAN RESPECT FOR DEVOLVED GOVERNMENTS BE A JUSTIFICATION FOR DISCRIMINATION?
Keywords:abortion; Northern Ireland; devolution; right to respect for private life; discrimination; intersectionality; UN Conventions
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