Conference Papers and Abstracts

Papers and abstracts are catalogued by Subject Section, and are available below the Section's programme.

Number of Papers: 39. Number of Abstracts: 179. Number of Posters: 8.

Recently Added Abstracts

Cabot Institute: working on risk resilience and global change across disciplinary boundaries by Chris Willmore.
Trade Marks Investment Function and Parallel Importation; the Interflora effect. by Jasem.
The Morality of Proprietary Estoppel: Some Strings Attached by Irit Samet.
‘Why Do We Teach International Law Like We Do?’ by Duncan French .
‘International Protection for Environmental “Refugees”’ by Onita Das .
Principles of Probabilistic Liability in Tort by Sandy Steel.
Introducing The Political and Constitutional Reform Committee by Eloise Ellis.
Comparative Law as the Ideological Core of a Cosmopolitan Law Curriculum by Antonios E. Platsas.
Towards a European General Administrative Law – the Example of Planning Permissions by Bilun Mueller.
Flexicurity as a measuring leakage protection of workers: between "social pollution" and "total security". by Calogero Massimo Cammalleri.
'Conceptualising state secrets' by Lydia Morgan.
Illegally Obtained Evidence and Theories of the Criminal Trial by Hock Lai Ho.
Reduced fines in the Airfreight case: a regulatory environment that encourages or imposes cartelistic behaviour? by Steven Truxal and Siri Harris.
Sea Trials: problems posed by maritime matters in domestic criminal law by Chaynee Hodgetts.
Counter-Piracy Operations: Balancing Sovereignty and International Security. by Carmino Massarella.

Recently Added Papers

Flexicurity as a measuring leakage protection of workers: between "social pollution" and "total security". by Calogero Massimo Cammalleri.
Some Strings Attached: The Morality of Proprietary Estoppel by Irit Samet.
The Role of Principle and Policy in UK Environmental Law Dr Eloise Scotford, by Eloise Scotford.
THE SALE OF ITEMS IN MUSEUM COLLECTIONS by Janet Ulph.
JURISPRUDENCE, LEGAL EDUCATION AND THE MISSING LINK TO NIGERIA’S QUEST FOR DEVELOPMENT* by Ego Chinwuba.
Retirement Relief, Taper Relief, Entrepreneurs’ Relief: a clear strategy for encouraging entrepreneurs? by Natalie Lee and Rupert Seal .
When is Enrichment Unjust? Basis and Consent by Niamh Connolly.
THE NATIONAL ASSET MANAGEMENT AGENCY ACT 2009: SELECTED LEGAL ISSUES by Zeldine Niamh O'Brien.
And appearing for the Taxpayer.... Thoughts on R (on the application of Prudential plc & Anor) v Special Commissioner by Tim Vollans.
Lawyers Keep Out of Law Schools? An examination of the shifting boundaries of the Legal System and Law Schools by Tim Vollans.
The Remedial Response To Bribes And Secret Commissions In A Fiduciary Relationship by Peter Devonshire.
TWO MODELS OF UNJUST ENRICHMENT THEORY by Charlie Webb.
Current challenges of Legal Education in Germany: New perspectives on the Law and student centred learning by Tina Winter.
The Joint Committee on the Draft House of Lords Reform Bill. by Mark Ryan.
Realism, interpretivism and taxonomy by Duncan Sheehan and TT Arvind.

Recently Added Posters

Can we be Certain of the Law on Adolescents' Rights? by Emma Nottingham.
DECONSTRUCTING THE ART. 8 v 10 BALANCING EXERCISE by Rebecca Moosavian.
The Criminal Procedure Rules - The Impact on Defence Rights by Edward Johnston.
Beyond Meca-Medina - Biological Passports, Sports Dispute Resolution and European Law by David McArdle.
No Recourse - No Rights by Elaine McLaughlin.
Conscientious Objection to Military Service - Council of Europe Standards and their Effective Implementation by Andreas Yiannaros.
Do Personal Values Tip the Scales of Justice? by Rachel Cahill O'Callaghan.
The Emergent Threat of Defamation Online: The Need for a New Model Governing Online Defamation with the Emergence of Social Web Technologies by Sarosh Kahn.

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