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Editorial WebJCLI Special Edition: The Sixtieth Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Universal Declaration and Workers' Rights - 60 Years Later
Prison Conditions and Human Rights: The Development of Judicial Protection of Prisoners' Rights
Fate of Minorities - Sixty Years on, The
Rights and Responsibilities in Trafficking for Forced Labour: Migration Regimes, Labour Law and Welfare States
From Reconciliation to the Rule of Law and Democracy
Can Fair Trial Rights be Balanced against Other Interests
Remedying the Lost People in Human Rights Law - Recent Jurisprudence on Involuntary and Enforced Disappearances
Should Great Apes Have Human Rights
Is the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 2008 Compatible with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR)
Human Rights Law Education in China
Visualizing International Law: The Pedagogy of the Human Rights ThemeMaps
Introducing Modern Technology in the Search for War Criminals
Teaching Civil Liberties: Finding the Ideal Textbook
Review of International Human Rights Textbooks
Sati Tradition - Widow Burning in India: A Socio-legal Examination
Reforming Provocation: Perspectives from the Law Commission and the Government
World Trade Law: Text, Materials and Commentary by Simon Lester, Bryan Mercurio, Arwel Davies, and Kara Leitner
Europeanisation of International Law: The Status of International Law in the EU and its Member States by Jan Wouters, Andre Nollkaemper and Erika de Wet (editors), The
Environmental Protection, Law and Policy - Text and Materials by Jane Holder and Maria Lee
Editorial: Web JCLI Legal Education Special Issue 2009
Collegiality and Change in Legal Education - A Case of Herding Cats
We Should Look to Legal Theory to Inform the Teaching of Substantive Law
Legal Education in Practice: An Initial Survey
Using an Enquiry-Based Learning Project to Develop Criminological Understanding
Equality in Legal Assessment: A Scoping Study
Changing the Field: Recognizing the Importance of Communication Methodology in the 21st Century American Law School
Exhuming Human Remains from Case Law: the Role of Narrative Research in Legal Education
Legal Education and the Democratic Imagination
Copyright and Commercial Slogans
Police Powers: Article 5 ECHR and Crowd Control
Books Available for Review June 2009
House of Lords Reform: Many Anniversaries and a False Dichotomy
Strict Liability, Young People and the Sexual Offences Act 2003
Julia Hornle, Cross-border Internet Dispute Resolution
Sujit Choudhry (Ed.), Constitutional Design for Divided Societies: Integration or Accommodation
E. Nieto-Garrido and I. Martan Delgado, European Administrative Law in the Constitutional Treaty
Nina Boeger, Rachel Murray and Charlotte Villiers (Eds.), Perspectives on Corporate Social Responsibility
Jose Miola, Medical Ethics and Medical Law - A Symbiotic Relationship
Books Available for Review September 2009
Applicability of the Islamic Mortgage Contract under English Law, The
Article 2 of the ECHR, the Investigative Obligation and the Shooting of Jean Charles de Menezes
A. J. van der Walt, Property in the Margins
Richard P. Hiskes, The Human Right to a Green Future: Environmental Rights and Intergenerational Justice
Books Available for Review November 2009