SLS Poster Sessions: Nottingham 2014

Part A

1. Li Jun ZHAO: Implementation of Uniform Sea Transportation

2. Renu BARTON-HANSON: Midwives' fear of litigation: justified or not?

3. Elaine DEWHURST, Sheena JOHNSON, Gary LYNCH-WOOD, David HORTON: Compulsory Retirement: An Interdisciplinary Perspective

4. Helen XANTHAKI and colleagues: Big Data for Law

5. Caitlin LISLE: Protecting the right to a fair trial in an age of terror: fighting against the tide of security?

6. Daniel FENWICK: The right to assisted death in England & Wales

7. Katrien STEEMANS, How can regulation and policy support industrial symbiosis?

8. Elspeth BERRY: The tortoise and the hare: partnership alternatives to the company

9. Catherine CAINE: Renewable Energy Construction and Habitat Protection: A Study of the legal mechanisms employed in the construction of a renewable energy project and the extent to which they protect the existing environment

10. Ruth HOUGHTON: The Metaphors of Global Law: the utility of using metaphors to describe global law

11. Tracey ELLIOTT: Should scarce human organs be donated to Jehovah's Witnesses?

12. Andria ALEXADROU: Balancing the economic arguments for ship-owners against labour conditions for crewmen.

13. Kirsty MORETON: Caring in 'The Middle': Judicial Interpretation of the Best Interests Test for Health-Care Decision-Making in Mid-Childhood.

Part B

1. Bashayer ALGHANIM: The scope of copyright law protection of computer programs in private international law: study on Kuwait and the UK.

2. Fred BORSON: Implications of Multiple Foreign Aid Procurement Rules in Developing African Countries: a Case Study of Ghana.

3. Naheed GHAURI: The Qur'ānic Model (QM) -A Praxiological Study of Religious Tribunals in the United Kingdom (UK)

4. Scott Summers: Corporations and their right to human rights

5. Abbe BROWN: "Judging (for) the future? Innovation, energy and conflict/resolution."

6. Sarah SINGH: "Vulnerable" Children and "Wicked" Mothers: Responses to Vulnerability in the Criminal Justice System.

7. Hannah JONES: Choosing Parents who are choosing parenthood - Is the nature of social parenthood cyclical?

8. Rossella Pulvirenti: The Dilemma of Intimidated Witnesses

9. Qianlan WU: Equality, Efficiency or the third way --State owned enterprises and Competition Laws in China, Brazil and India

10. Melanie MCGLONE: The Taking of Land and the Public Interest -Which model of property is the most effective in protecting the 'public use' in property in land?

11. Stephen CLEAR: The Necessity of Commercial Judicial Review: A Public Procurement Case Study

12. Jonathan COLLINS: The Wild, Wild Net: Copyright – Dead or Alive?

13. Elaine DEWHURST, Jon SPENCER, Ruth GROVE-WHITE, Joanna BRAGG, Jo DEAKIN, Claire FOX, Simon RUDING, Stephen COLLETT: The Rights of Undocumented Migrants – Developing a sustainable research agenda and impacting on policy

Poster Presentations

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.
“Vulnerable” Children and “Wicked” Mothers: Responses to Vulnerability in the Criminal Justice System. by Sarah SINGH.
Equality, Efficiency or the third way --State owned enterprises and Competition Laws in China, Brazil and India by Qianlan WU.
Wild, Wild Net: Copyright – Dead or Alive? by Jonathan COLLINS.
Choosing Parents who are choosing parenthood - Is the nature of social parenthood cyclical? by Hannah JONES.
The Taking of Land and the Public Interest -Which model of property is the most effective in protecting the ‘public use’ in property in land? by Melanie MCGLONE.
Midwives’ fear of litigation: justified or not? by Renu BARTON-HANSON.
The right to assisted death in England & Wales by Daniel FENWICK.
Renewable Energy Construction and Habitat Protection: A Study of the legal mechanisms employed in the construction of a renewable energy project and the extent to which they protect the existing environment by Catherine CAINE.
The Metaphors of Global Law: the utility of using metaphors to describe global law by Ruth HOUGHTON.
Caring in ‘The Middle’: Judicial Interpretation of the Best Interests Test for Health-Care Decision-Making in Mid-Childhood by Kirsty MORETON.
Implementation of Uniform Sea Transportation by Li Jun ZHAO.
Big Data for Law by Helen XANTHAKI and colleagues.
How can regulation and policy support industrial symbiosis? by Katrien STEEMANS.

Please note that this programme is subject to alteration.


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