Nicola Wake and Alan Reed
RECONCEPTUALISING THE CONTOURS OF SELF-DEFENCE IN THE CONTEXT OF VULNERABLE OFFENDERS: A RESPONSE TO THE NEW ZEALAND LAW COMMISSION
THREE STRIKES: NEW ZEALAND’S EXPERIENCE
Keywords:three strikes; New Zealand; California; serious offences; sentencing
BATTERED WOMEN: LOSS OF CONTROL AND LOST OPPORTUNITIES
Keywords:murder; loss of control; battered women; partial defences; manslaughter; comparative reform options
SEXUAL VIOLENCE, DOMESTIC ABUSE AND THE FEMINIST JUDGE
Keywords:Australian Feminist Judgments Project; domestic abuse; feminist perspectives; sexual violence; feminist judge
Arlie Loughnan and Sabine Gless
UNDERSTANDING THE LAW ON INTOXICATED OFFENDING: PRINCIPLE, PRAGMATISM AND LEGAL CULTURE
Keywords:criminal law; intoxication; criminal responsibility; guilt; nulla poena sine culpa; subjective fault
CIRCUMSTANCE, CHOICE AND THE DENIAL OF A SUPERIOR ORDERS DEFENCE IN INTERNATIONAL AND COMPARATIVE CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Keywords:superior orders; comparative approaches; international criminal justice; defences; mitigation
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
Keywords:comparative criminal law; mental capacity; criminal liability; experts in criminal process; mental condition defences
Gary Edmond and Natalie Wortley
INTERPRETING IMAGE EVIDENCE: FACIAL MAPPING, POLICE FAMILIARS AND SUPER-RECOGNISERS IN ENGLAND AND AUSTRALIA
Keywords:identifi cation; images; expert evidence; CCTV; police familiars; super-recogniser; Code D
Frances Hamilton and Lauren Clayton-Helm
SAME-SEX RELATIONSHIPS, CHOICE OF LAW AND THE CONTINUED RECOGNISED RELATIONSHIP THEORY
Keywords:same-sex relationships; choice of law; interest analysis; depecage; European Union
Laurence Boulle and Jay Qin
GLOBALISING MEDIATED SETTLEMENT AGREEMENTS
Keywords:globalisation; Rule of Law; mediated settlement agreements; cross-border; UNCITRAL; enforceability
SOME THOUGHTS ON JUDICIAL INTEGRITY, CORRUPTION AND ACCOUNTABILITY IN SMALL COMMONWEALTH AFRICAN STATES
Keywords:small states; judicial response to criticism; corruption allegations against judges by the media and the offence of scandalising the court; upholding judicial integrity
LIKENESS AND LESS FAVOURABLE TREATMENT IN INVESTMENT ARBITRATION
Keywords:national treatment; less favourable treatment; like circumstances; likeness; Rule of Law; discriminatory treatment; differential treatment; discretion; good faith; jus cogens
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