IS THE WESTMINSTER SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT ALIVE AND WELL?
Keywords:adversary politics; British Parliament; chambers; consensus legislatures; executive authority; opposition; Speakers; Westminster system
Dr Shahrzad Fouladvand and Professor Tony Ward
COMPARING TRANSNATIONAL LEGAL ORDERS: CRIMINALISATION, LABOUR LAW AND FORCED LABOUR
Keywords:Convention against Transnational Organized Crime; forced labour; human trafficking; International Labour Organization (ILO); Palermo Protocol; transnational labour law; modern slavery
Lauren Millington and Edward Willis
COMPETITION LAW AND NON-ECONOMIC CONSIDERATIONS: THE PARTICULAR CASE OF DEMOCRACY
Keywords:antitrust law; competition law; Competition Commission of India; democracy legitimacy; ordoliberalism; Harvard–Chicago debate; New Zealand Commerce Commission; news media; administrative state
Ying Khai Liew
CHOICE OF LAW FOR CROSS-BORDER TRUST DISPUTES IN JAPAN: THE CASE FOR ADOPTING THE HAGUE TRUSTS CONVENTION
Keywords:Japan; trusts law; private international law; Hague Trusts Convention; choice of law; autonomy
THE ROLE OF FINANCIAL INTELLIGENCE UNITS IN COMBATING MONEY LAUNDERING: AN AFRICAN PERSPECTIVE
Keywords:financial intelligence units; politically exposed persons; money laundering; financial regulators and supervisors
Charles Manga Fombad
DEMOCRACY AND FAKE NEWS IN AFRICA
Keywords:anti-fake news laws; constitutionalism; democracy; fake news; internet; social media
Jack Burke and Shaun McCarthy
SHOULD REMOTE HEARINGS BE EXTENDED POST THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC IN HONG KONG AND WHAT COULD BE THE RAMIFICATIONS FOR PRACTICAL LEGAL TRAINING?
Keywords:advocacy; competency standards; Hong Kong judiciary; legal profession; legal skills-based competencies; practical legal training; remote hearings
Beibei Zhang and Shen Wei
GO DUTCH—A PROPOSAL TO OPTIMISE THE STANDARDS AND PROCEDURES FOR JUDICIAL REVIEW OF ARBITRAL AWARDS IN CHINA
Keywords:judicial review of arbitral awards; enforcement of arbitral awards; commercial arbitration; Dutch Arbitration Act; Chinese Arbitration Law; proposed amendments to Chinese Arbitration Law
Emile Loza de Siles
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE BIAS AND DISCRIMINATION: WILL WE PULL THE ARC OF THE MORAL UNIVERSE TOWARDS JUSTICE?
Keywords:artificial intelligence; algorithm; bias; discrimination; AI governance; technical standards; civil rights; human rights
Nizan Geslevich Packin
DISABILITY DISCRIMINATION USING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE SYSTEMS AND SOCIAL SCORING: CAN WE DISABLE DIGITAL BIAS?
Keywords:artificial intelligence; social media; algorithms; disability; discrimination; digital technology; big data; innovation
Sebastian Benthall and Salomé Viljoen
DATA MARKET DISCIPLINE: FROM FINANCIAL REGULATION TO DATA GOVERNANCE
Keywords:privacy; data governance; financial regulation; big data; surveillance; data economy
Jennifer Elisa Chapman
FINTECH: IS THE WATER FINE?
Keywords:fintech; artificial intelligence; banking; consumer protection; financial technology; office of the comptroller of the currency
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