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Volume 2014

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What's Culture Got to Do with It - The Emotional Labour of Immigration Solicitors in Their Exchanges with United Kingdom Border Agency Case Owners
Cloud Computing: A Cluster of Complex Liability Issues
Diamond Open Access and Open Peer Review: An Analysis of the Role of Copyright and Librarians in the Support of a Shift towards Open Access in the Legal Domain
Originality in EU Copyright: Full Harmonization through Case Law - Eleonara Rosati
Legal Consequences of Ill-Treating Detainees Held for Police Questioning in Breach of Article 3 ECHR, The
Privacy, Expression and the World Wide Web: Shall We Forget
Family Law: Periodical Payments beyond Reasonable Needs - Survey Data
Appointment of the President of the EU Commission: Some Legal and Political Aspects, The
Male Rape in Law and the Courtroom
Hitting Employers Where It Hurts: Gulay Bollacke v Kock
Cartels, Markets and Crime: A Normative Justification for the Criminalisation of Economic Collusion - Bruce Wardhaugh
Law of Nature Conservation - Christopher P. Rodgers, The
Introduction on the Special Issue on Disability
Change and Continuity: A Historical Overview of the Significance of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities to Mental Health Law
Reforming the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DOLS): What Is It Exactly That We Want
Care Act 2014: A Missed Opportunity, The
Placing Disability Law in Context: Recent Developments
Merit, Speech Disability and Discrimination
Obesity as a Disability: The Implications of Kaltoft
What's Worth Got to Do with It - Language and the Socio-Legal Advancement of Disability Rights and Equality
Welfare That Works - The Universal Credit Information Technology System and Disabled People
Autonomous or Driverless Cars and Disability: A Legal and Ethical Analysis
Disabled Dance: Grounding the Practice in the Law of Cultural Heritage
Does Disability Begin at 40 - Karsten Kaltoft v Kommunernes Landesforening (KL), Acting on Behalf of the Municipality of Billund (Advocate General's Opinion) [2014]
Disability and Information Technology: A Comparative Study in Media Regulation