THE FUTURE OF EU INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS AS LEGAL INSTRUMENTS IN THE ASEAN REGION
Keywords:European Union; EU; Association of Southeast Asian Nations; ASEAN; international agreements; treaties; partnership and cooperation agreements; free trade agreements; FTAs; Strategic Partnerships; regionalism
FUTURE-MAPPING THE DIRECTIONS OF EU LAW: HOW DO WE PREDICT THE FUTURE OF EU LAW?
Keywords:methodology; future-mapping; EU law; court-centric- CJEUcritical studies
VICARIOUS LIABILITY ON THE MOVE — BUT WHERE SHOULD IT STOP?
Keywords:vicarious liability; policy; employment; analogous relationships; independent contractors; agency; close connection test; non-delegable duties
David L Callies and Katie L Smith
THE PUBLIC TRUST DOCTRINE: A UNITED STATES AND COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS
Keywords:public trust doctrine; property law; water; navigable waterways; submerged and adjacent lands; private use of public land; public access; shoreline; comparative law; common law
INVESTMENT SCREENING ON NATIONAL SECURITY GROUNDS AND INTERNATIONAL LAW: THE CASE OF JAPAN
Keywords:Foreign direct investment screening; international investment agreements; security exception clauses; GATS Article XIV bis; self-judging wording; Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade Act of Japan.
THE INFLUENCE OF FOREIGN JUDGMENTS ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF POST-APARTHEID CONSTITUTIONAL LAW IN SOUTH AFRICA: JUDICIAL LAW-MAKING IN ACTION?
JUDICIAL PRECEDENT IN EMERGING CONSTITUTIONAL JURISDICTIONS: FORMULATING A DOCTRINE OF CONSTITUTIONAL STARE DECISIS FOR SINGAPORE
Keywords:Singapore; constitutional law; stare decisis; precedent; Planned Parenthood v Casey; US Supreme Court
Christopher A Riley and Paola Ruelas
BOARD GENDER DIVERSITY IN MEXICO: AN ANALYSIS AND PROPOSAL FOR REFORM
Keywords:corporate governance; company law; Mexico; board gender diversity
Tong Io Cheng
LINGUISTIC PLURALISM AND THE LEGAL SYSTEM OF MACAU
Keywords:legal dualism; bilingual law; Portuguese law in Macau; Chinese legal language; legal literacy; Continental European civil law; offi cial language policy; legal culture; cost and benefi t analysis
OUT WITH THE OLD AND IN WITH THE NEW: BRINGING THE LAW OF DOMICILE INTO THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY
Keywords:domicile; reform; same-sex relationships; determining a child’s domicile; non-discrimination
Stefan HC Lo
PROPOSALS FOR INSOLVENT TRADING LAWS IN HONG KONG: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS
Keywords:insolvent trading; directors’ personal liabilities; directors’ duties; corporate insolvency; corporate rescue
JUDICIAL USE OF FOREIGN LAW: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS
Keywords:comparative constitutional law; foreign law; judicial use of foreign law
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