Conference Papers and Abstracts

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

Number of Papers: 63. Number of Abstracts: 317.

Recently Added Abstracts

Accountable online pseudonymity between education and reputation by Nicola Lugaresi.
The Resurrection of Privacy by Paul Bernal.
Cleaning Up the Final Frontier: Exploring the Legal Issues relating to Space Debris by Christopher J. Newman.
AN ANALYSIS OF VIOLATION OF PRIVACY AND PERSONAL DATA IN CYBERSPACE AS A PRACTICE OF VIOLATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS THROUGH THE TECHNOLOGY OF DEEP PACKET INSPECTION: A PERSPECTIVE OF BRAZILIAN LAW by Vinícius Borges Fortes.
Identity unmasked: the hazards of flawed anonymisation by Christine Rinik.
Wearable Technologies: Privacy in the Age of the Connected Consumer by J Savirimuthu.
Privacy and Security on the Internet: the Balance between National Interest, Individual Civil Liberties and the Global Society by Ian King,.
Tort Law, Autonomous Vehicles and the Ironies of Automation: The Case of Nettleship v Weston by Michael Fisher and Joseph Savirimuthu,.
THE INTENDED AND UNINTENDED EFFECTS OF THE UK’S NOT OPT-IN TO REGULATION 650/2012 ON CROSS-BORDER SUCCESSION by Mireia Artigot i Golobardes.
Mystifying the Art of Interpretation: The Challenge of Plurilingual Treaties by Paul Eden.
The Rotterdam Rules and the Problem of the Interpretation of Plurilingual Treaties by Paul Eden.
THE INTENDED AND UNINTENDED EFFECTS OF THE UK’S NOT OPT-IN TO REGULATION 650/2012 ON CROSS-BORDER SUCCESSION by Mireia Artigot i Golobardes.
AN ANALYSIS OF VIOLATION OF PRIVACY AND PERSONAL DATA IN CYBERSPACE AS A PRACTICE OF VIOLATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS THROUGH THE TECHNOLOGY OF DEEP PACKET INSPECTION: A PERSPECTIVE OF BRAZILIAN LAW by Vinícius Borges Fortes.
The influence and effect of industry lobbying in the development of government regulation: The case of the Minerals Resource Rent Tax by Kerrie Sadiq and Janet Mack.
Pesticides regulation and space for non-scientific considerations by Olivia Hamlyn:.

Recently Added Papers

Deontology of arbitration by Michael P. Reynolds1.
From Interests to Damage in a Loss of Chance Scenario by Sarah Fulham-McQuillan.
The Evolution of Knowing Receipt by Derek Whayman.
The Political Role of Judges: Justice putting Just on Ice by Mike McConville and Luke Marsh.
Modelling real property transactions: bringing clarity or muddying the waters? by Gabriel Brennan1.
THE INTENDED AND UNINTENDED EFFECTS OF THE UK’S NOT OPT-IN TO REGULATION 650/2012 ON CROSS-BORDER SUCCESSION by Mireia Artigot i Golobardes1.
Decoupling traineeship and training and other threats to Ireland’s model of professional legal education by Gabriel Brennan1.
THE INTENDED AND UNINTENDED EFFECTS OF THE UK’S NOT OPT-IN TO REGULATION 650/2012 ON CROSS-BORDER SUCCESSION by Mireia Artigot i Golobardes1.
The Political Role of Judges: Justice putting Just on Ice by Mike McConville and Luke Marsh.
Can Singapore Banks Still Keep a Secret? by Sandra Booysen.
A New Paradigm for Overreaching—A Brief Historical and Modern Perspective by Gwilym Owen.
The Perspectives of Counter-terrorism Operatives on EU Counter-terrorism Law and Policy by Cian C. Murphy, Aldo Zammit Borda & Lucy Hoyte.
The Environment as a Corporate Stakeholder by Irene Lynch Fannon.
Preventive Damages by Donal Nolan.
Attaining Multilevel Governance of GM Cultivation by Mary Dobbs.

Recently Added Posters

Protecting the right to a fair trial in an age of terror: fighting against the tide of security? by Caitlin LISLE.
The tortoise and the hare: partnership alternatives to the company by Elspeth BERRY:.
The Qur’?nic Model (QM) -A Praxiological Study of Religious Tribunals in the United Kingdom (UK) by Naheed GHAURI.
The scope of copyright law protection of computer programs in private international law: study on Kuwait and the UK. by Bashayer ALGHANIM.
Corporations and their right to human rights by Scott Summers.
The Rights of Undocumented Migrants – Developing a sustainable research agenda and impacting on policy by Elaine DEWHURST, Jon SPENCER, Ruth GROVE-WHITE, Joanna BRAGG, Jo DEAKIN, Claire FOX, Simon RUDING, Stephen COLLETT.
Should scarce human organs be donated to Jehovah’s Witnesses? by Tracey ELLIOTT.
Balancing the economic arguments for ship-owners against labour conditions for crewmen. by Andria ALEXADROU.
Implications of Multiple Foreign Aid Procurement Rules in Developing African Countries: a Case Study of Ghana by Fred BORSON.
“Judging (for) the future? Innovation, energy and conflict/resolution.” by Abbe BROWN.
The Dilemma of Intimidated Witnesses by Rossella Pulvirenti.
The Necessity of Commercial Judicial Review: A Public Procurement Case Study by Stephen CLEAR.
How can regulation and policy support industrial symbiosis by Katrien STEEMANS.
The Metaphors of Global Law: the utility of using metaphors to describe global law by Ruth HOUGHTON.
The Qur’?nic Model (QM) -A Praxiological Study of Religious Tribunals in the United Kingdom (UK) by Naheed GHAURI.

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Section Programmes

Section A
9 - 10 September
A P Section B
11 - 12 September
A P
           
Civil Liberties and Human Rights 14 2 Banking and Finance 4 2
           
Company 1 2 Criminal Justice 22 8
           
Comparative Law 6 2 Cyberlaw 17 0
           
Contract, Commercial and Consumer 8 0 EU/Competition Law 5 6
           
Environmental 25 1 Family 26 2
           
International Law 11 3 Intellectual Property 21 3
           
Jurisprudence 16 3 Legal Education 13 2
           
Labour 10 2 Legal History 13 0
           
Maritime 10 0 Migration law 13 0
           
Media and Communications 14 4 Open B 0 0
           
Medical 11 1 Property and Trusts 11 6
           
Open A 0 1 Public 8 0
           
Practice, Profession & Ethics 12 3 Restitution 10 3
           
Tax 1 0 Torts 13 7
           

Key: A = abstract. P = paper.

Popular Downloads (Abstracts)

The Evolution of Knowing Receipt by Derek Whayman.
A New Paradigm for Overreaching— A Brief Historical Perspective and Some Inspiration from The Emerald Isle by Gwilym Owen*.
'Public' Employment and Access to Justice in Employment Law by Lisa Rodgers.
Who were the first professional law teachers? An historical investigation by Patricia Leighton1.
'Common-Sense' Causation in the Law of Damages by Andrew Dyson.
Critiquing the epistemological focus of Australian undergraduate legal education by Michael McShane.
Popular Sovereignty and the Scottish Independence Referendum by Paul Scott.
Seaworthiness Issues in the Context of Piracy by Eric Zhongyue Hu.
“A Legal Lottery? Differences in procedure, judges’ behaviour and timing of asylum appeals between Tribunal hearing centres in the UK” by Nick Gill, Andrew Burridge and Rebecca Rotter.
“Process where it is due: deportation and the UNCRC by Caroline Sawyer.

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Paperbank Stats

Southampton 2010: Number of Papers: 59. Number of Abstracts: 221.

Cambridge 2011: Number of Papers: 53. Number of Abstracts: 239.

Bristol 2012: Number of Papers: 39. Number of Abstracts: 179.

Edinburgh 2013: Number of Papers: 67. Number of Abstracts: 218.

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