Law Journal Library

Volume 2010

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Spectre Returns: Conflicted Democracies, Truth Commissions and the Law, The
Raising the Dead: Exhumation and the Faculty Jurisdiction: Should We Presume to Exhume
Law Commission's Proposal on Expert Opinion Evidence: An Onerous Demand upon Judges, The
Defining Civil and Political Rights: the Jurisprudence of the United Nations Human Rights Committee, 2nd Edition by Alex Conte and Richard Burchill
Beyond the Carbon Economy: Energy Law in Transition by Donald Zillman, Catherine Redgwell, Yinka Omorogbe and Lila Barrera-Hernández (eds.)
Books Available for Review
Still a Migrant First - The Detention of Asylum Seeking Children after the BCIA 2009
National Corporate Law in a Globalised Market by David Milman
Books Available for Review April 2010
New Method of Interpretation Linked to European Citizenship: The Forster Case, A
Film as a Legal Pedagogical Tool
Mark V. B. Partridge Alternative Dispute Resolution: An Essential Competency for Lawyers
Francis Snyder, The European Union and China, 1949-2008: Basic Documents and Commentary
Transformation of Labour Law in Europe: A Comparative Study of 15 Countries 1945-2004, Edited by Bob Hepple & Bruno Veneziani
Helle Porsdam, From Civil to Human Rights: Dialogues on Law and Humanities in the United States and Europe
Books Available for Review June 2010
Police Access to NHS Confidential Medical Records - A Question of Public Interest
Culture as a Factor in the Translation of International Human Rights Law into Local Justice: Evidence from Corporal Punishment of Children in Pakistan
Has the Statute of Frauds been Rendered Nugatory
Robert Kolb and Richard Hyde, An Introduction to the International Law of Armed Conflicts
Peter Cane, Administrative Tribunals and Adjudication
Do We Really Need a Supreme Court
Armed Forces Compensation Scheme: A Sheep in Wolf's Clothing, the
Challenge of HIV - Social Stigma or Disability, The
Frederick M. Abbott & Graham Dukes, Global Pharmaceutical Policy: Ensuring Medicines for Tomorrow's World