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  Cambridge Law Journal   (United Kingdom)
  Volume 59, Issue 2, July 2000
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  • Case and Comment
  • THE EUROPEAN CONVENTION AND CHILD DEFENDANTS
        Emily Henderson
        p.235-238                                                                              +cite        
  • THE UNWANTED CHILD
        Tony Weir
        p.238-241                                                                              +cite        
  • IMPROVING THE LAW ON UNFAIRNESS
        Neil Beresford
        p.242-245                                                                              +cite        
  • DUTY OF CARE—INSURANCE BROKERS—ADVISE OR CONSENT?
        Malcolm Clarke
        p.246-248                                                                              +cite        
  • FOR LOVE OR MONEY? DEPENDENT CARERS AND FAMILY PROVISION
        Stuart Bridge
        p.248-251                                                                              +cite        
  • TANTAMOUNT TO GOOD SENSE
        Louise Tee
        p.251-253                                                                              +cite        
  • COLLECTIVE DOMINANCE: A MECHANISM FOR THE CONTROL OF OLIGOPOLISTIC MARKETS?
        Albertina Albors-LLorens
        p.253-257                                                                              +cite        
  • FUNDING “SEX-CHANGE” OPERATIONS
        John Keown
        p.257-259                                                                              +cite        
  • BETWEEN THE BABY AND THE BREAST
        S.I. Strong
        p.259-263                                                                              +cite        
  • A DUTY TO GIVE REASONS?
        J.A. Jolowicz
        p.263-265                                                                              +cite        
  • COMMON LAW INVALIDITY OF CONDITIONAL FEE AGREEMENTS FOR LITIGATION: “U TURN” IN THE COURT OF APPEAL
        Neil Andrews
        p.265-267                                                                              +cite        
  • THE INADMISSIBILITY OF EVIDENCE RELATING TO INTERCEPTED COMMUNICATIONS
        Roderick Munday
        p.267-270                                                                              +cite        
  • PROTECTING THE MENTALLY DISTURBED DEFENDANT AGAINST HIMSELF
        J.R. Spencer
        p.270-272                                                                              +cite        

  • Shorter Articles
  • FLEETING MENTAL STATES
        Peter Cane
        p.273-283                                                                              +cite        
  • THE RULE AGAINST PERPETUITIES AND THE LAW COMMISSION'S FLAWED PHILOSOPHY
        T.P. Gallanis
        p.284-293                                                                              +cite        

  • Research Articles
  • JUDICIAL STYLE AND JUDICIAL REASONING IN ENGLAND AND GERMANY
        Basil Markesinis
        p.294-309                                                                              +cite        
  • WILLS MADE IN SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES: THE PROBLEM OF THE VULNERABLE TESTATOR
        Roger Kerridge
        p.310-334                                                                              +cite        
  • AN AGENCY COST ANALYSIS OF THE WRONGFUL TRADING PROVISIONS: REDISTRIBUTION, PERVERSE INCENTIVES AND THE CREDITORS' BARGAIN
        Rizwaan J. Mokal
        p.335-369                                                                              +cite        
  • “HEARD IT THROUGH THE GRAPEVINE”: CHINESE WALLS AND FORMER CLIENT CONFIDENTIALITY IN LAW FIRMS
        Harry Mcvea
        p.370-389                                                                              +cite        

  • Book Reviews
  • Paths to Justice: What People Do and Think About Going to Law. By HAZEL GENN. [Oxford: Hart Publishing. 1999. xvi, 264, (Appendices) 118 and (Index) 1 pp. Paperback. £15.00 net. ISBN 1–84113–039–7.]
        J.P. Burnside
        p.390-392                                                                              +cite        
  • Just Lawyers: Regulation and Access to Justice. By CHRISTINE PARKER. [Oxford: Oxford University Press. 1999. vii, 228, (Appendices) 4, (Bibliography) 31 and (Index) 3 pp. Hardback. £45.00 net. ISBN 0–19–826841–6.]
        Emily Henderson
        p.392-394                                                                              +cite        
  • The Sovereignty of Parliament: History and Philosophy. By JEFFREY GOLDSWORTHY. [Oxford: Clarendon Press. 1999. x, 279, (Appendices) 30 and (Index) 8 pp. Hardback. £50.00 net. ISBN 0–19–826893–9.]
        Christopher Forsyth
        p.394-396                                                                              +cite        
  • The Executive in the Constitution: Structure, Autonomy, and Internal Control. By TERENCE DAINTITH and ALAN PAGE. [Oxford: Oxford University Press. 1999. xxiii, 398, (Bibliography) 26 and (Index) 17 pp. Hardback. £50.00 net. ISBN 0–19–826870–X.]
        Colin Turpin
        p.396-398                                                                              +cite        
  • Administrative Justice in the 21st Century. Edited by MICHAEL HARRIS and MARTIN PARTINGTON. [Oxford: Hart Publishing. 1999. xxxiv, 538, (Appendix) 8, (Bibliography) 24 and (Index) 15 pp. Hardback. £50.00 net. ISBN 1–901 362–66–3.]
        Christopher Forsyth
        p.398-402                                                                              +cite        
  • The Constitution of Europe. By J.H.H. WEILER [Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 1999. xvi, 357 and (Index) 7 pp. Paperback. £14.95 net. ISBN 0–521–58567–8.]; Constitutional Problems of the European Union. By TREVOR C. HARTLEY. [Oxford: Hart Publishing. 1999. xxvii, 191 and (Index) 3 pp. Hardback. £22.50 net. ISBN 1–901362–46–9.]
        Alan Dashwood
        p.402-406                                                                              +cite        
  • The Principle of Proportionality in the Laws of Europe. Edited by EVELYN ELLIS. [Oxford: Hart Publishing. 1999. xxvii, 181 and (Index) 5 pp. Hardback. £25.00 net. ISBN 1–84113–007–9.]
        Ivan Hare
        p.406-407                                                                              +cite        
  • Waiver, Variation and Estoppel. By SEAN WILKEN and THERESA VILLIERS. [Chichester: Wiley & Sons. 1998. liii, 549 and (Bibliography) 2 and (Index) 10 pp. Hardback. £65.00 net. ISBN 0–471–96921–4.]
        Andrew Tettenborn
        p.407-409                                                                              +cite        
  • Manual on International Courts and Tribunals. Edited by PHILLIPE SANDS, RUTH MACKENZIE and YUVAL SHANY. [London, Edinburgh, Dublin: Butterworths. 1999. xxviii, 325 and (Index) 20pp. Hardback. £99.00 net. ISBN 0–406–92531–3.]
        Vaughan Lowe
        p.409-410                                                                              +cite        
  • Censure Without Sanctions. By MANDY RICHARDS. [Winchester: Waterside Press. 1998. viii, 161, (Index) 3 and (Bibliography) 8 pp. Paperback. £16.00 net. ISBN 1–972–87055–4.]
        J.P. Burnside
        p.410-412                                                                              +cite        
  • Principles of Medical Law. Edited by IAN KENNEDY and ANDREW GRUBB. [Oxford: Oxford University Press. 1998. xcix, 889 and (Index) 35 pp. Hardback. £125.00 net. ISBN 0–19–826861–0.]
        John Keown
        p.412-414                                                                              +cite        
  • Law of Bank Payments. Second Edition. Edited by MICHAEL BRINDLE and RAYMOND COX. [London: Sweet & Maxwell. 1999. 1vi, 605, (Appendices) 35 and (Index) 29 pp. Hardback. £135.00 net. ISBN 0421 69410 6.]
        Andrew Tettenborn
        p.414-415                                                                              +cite