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  Cambridge Law Journal   (United Kingdom)
  Volume 61, Issue 2, July 2002
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  • Case and Comment
  • EXTRADITION—JURISDICTION
        John Hopkins
        p.239-242                                                                              +cite        
  • IMMUNITY FOR INTERNATIONAL CRIMES: A REAFFIRMATION OF TRADITIONAL DOCTRINE
        Xiaodong Yang
        p.242-246                                                                              +cite        
  • WELL-PROTECTED ENEMIES OF MANKIND
        Christian J. Tams
        p.246-249                                                                              +cite        
  • WILFUL MISCONDUCT—THE HOUSE OF LORDS’ DECISION IN PORTER V. MAGILL
        Rebecca Williams
        p.249-252                                                                              +cite        
  • NEGLIGENCE: CANADA REMAKES THE ANNS TEST
        Stephen G.A. Pitel
        p.252-254                                                                              +cite        
  • THE LIABILITY OF SCHOOLS FOR BULLYING
        Jesse Elvin
        p.255-257                                                                              +cite        
  • AN UNLUCKY ESCAPE
        C.A. Hopkins
        p.257-260                                                                              +cite        
  • A CONTINUED NUISANCE
        Benjamin Parker
        p.260-263                                                                              +cite        
  • PRIVACY, CONFIDENTIALITY AND THE CULT OF CELEBRITY
        David Howarth
        p.264-268                                                                              +cite        
  • CONTROLLING CONTRACTUAL DISCRETION
        V.K. Sims and R.J. Goddard
        p.268-271                                                                              +cite        
  • MISTAKE IN CONTRACT LAW—TWO RECENT CASES
        Andrew Phang
        p.272-276                                                                              +cite        
  • ALLOCATING RISK AND LOSS IN MISTAKEN PAYMENTS
        David Fox
        p.276-279                                                                              +cite        
  • FRAUD AND LETTERS OF CREDIT: IS THERE A NULLITY EXCEPTION?
        Richard Hooley
        p.279-281                                                                              +cite        
  • FLOATING CHARGES—COSSLETT IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS
        L.S. Sealy
        p.281-284                                                                              +cite        
  • A HOLLOW VICTORY: THE ECJ RULES ON DIRECT EFFECT OF FREEDOM OF ESTABLISHMENT PROVISIONS IN EUROPE AGREEMENTS
        Antje Pedain
        p.285-287                                                                              +cite        
  • UNINTENTIONAL PARENTHOOD: THE CASE OF THE RELUCTANT MOTHER
        Andrew Bainham
        p.288-291                                                                              +cite        
  • DID THE JURY MISBEHAVE? DON’T ASK, BECAUSE WE DO NOT WANT TO KNOW.
        J.R. Spencer
        p.291-293                                                                              +cite        

  • Research Articles
  • INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY: JURISDICTION OR CHOICE OF LAW?
        K. Lipstein
        p.295-300                                                                              +cite        
  • RESCISSION OF GUARANTEES FOR MISREPRESENTATION AND ACTIONABLE NON-DISCLOSURE
        Peter Watts
        p.301-311                                                                              +cite        
  • THE CHANGING MEANING OF “DWELLING-HOUSE”
        Jill Morgan
        p.312-320                                                                              +cite        
  • “ALL FOR ONE AND ONE FOR ALL” THE RISE TO PROMINENCE OF THE COMPOSITE JUDGMENT WITHIN THE CIVIL DIVISION OF THE COURT OF APPEAL
        Roderick Munday
        p.321-350                                                                              +cite        
  • A BRITISH REPUBLIC
        Rodney Brazier
        p.351-385                                                                              +cite        
  • FOREIGN LAW INSPIRING NATIONAL LAW. LESSONS FROM GREATOREX V. GREATOREX
        Basil Markesinis
        p.386-404                                                                              +cite        
  • A BETTER WAY OF CONVICTING BUSINESSES OF AVOIDABLE DEATHS AND INJURIES?
        P.R. Glazebrook
        p.405-422                                                                              +cite        
  • FLOATING RIGHTS
        Christine J. Davis
        p.423-461                                                                              +cite        

  • Book Reviews
  • A Theory of Precedent: From Analytical Positivism to a Post-Analytical Philosophy of Law. By R. SILTALA. [Oxford: Hart Publishing. 2000. xv, 267 and (Bibliography) 10pp. Hardback £40.00 net. ISBN 1–84113–123–7.]
        William Lucy
        p.463-467                                                                              +cite        
  • An Economic and Jurisprudential Genealogy of Corporate Law. By MICHAEL J. WHINCOP. [Aldershot: Ashgate. 2001. xviii, 222, (Bibliography) 20 and (Index) 5 pp. Hardback £45. ISBN 1–84014–773–3.]
        John Armour
        p.467-469                                                                              +cite        
  • Mental Disability in Victorian England: The Earlswood Asylum 1847–1901. By DAVID WRIGHT. [Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2001. xii, 244 and (Index) 10 pp. Hardback £40. ISBN 0–19–924639–4.]
        M. A. Stein
        p.469-471                                                                              +cite        
  • Industrialising English Law: Entrepreneurship and Business Organisation 1720–1844. By RON HARRIS. [Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2000. xvi, 293 and (Appendices) 6, (Bibliography) 21 and (Index) 9 pp. Hardback £37.50 net. ISBN 0–521–66275–3.]
        Nicholas Sinclair-Brown
        p.471-473                                                                              +cite        
  • Legal Recognition of Same-Sex Partnerships: A Study of National, European and International Law. Edited by ROBERT WINTEMUTE and MADS ANDENÆS. [Oxford: Hart Publishing. 2001. xvi, 773, (Appendices) 16 and (Index) 6 pp. Paperback £48 net. ISBN 1–84113–138–5.]
        Ian Sumner
        p.473-475                                                                              +cite        
  • Euthanasia, Death with Dignity and the Law. By HAZEL BIGGS. [Oxford: Hart Publishing. 2001. xvi, 174 and (Index) 5 pp. Hardback £25.00 net. ISBN 1–84113–091–5.]
        Wendy E. Hiscox
        p.475-477                                                                              +cite        
  • Freedom of Religion Under the European Convention on Human Rights. By CAROLYN EVANS. [Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2001. xxiv and 222 pp. Hardback £40.00. ISBN 0–19–924364–6.]
        S.I. Strong
        p.477-478                                                                              +cite        
  • French Legal Cultures. By JOHN BELL. [Butterworths: London. 2001. xxiii, 257, (Bibliography) 9 and (Index) 8 pp. Paperback £26.95. ISBN 0–406–94303–6.]
        Amandine Garde
        p.479-480                                                                              +cite        
  • Human Rights in India: Historical, Social and Political Perspectives. Edited by CHIRANJIVI J. NIRMAL. [New Delhi: Oxford University Press. 1999. xxxvi, 269, (Bibliography) 18, (Annexures) 34, and (Index) 6 pp. Hardback £12.99 net. ISBN 1–972–87055–4.] Datar on Constitution of India. By ARVIND P. DATAR. [Nagpur: Wadhwa & Co. 2001. cxxxiii, 1401, (Appendices) 180, and (Index) 92 pp. Hardback £75.00 net. ISBN 0–19–564597–9.]
        Christopher Forsyth
        p.480-482                                                                              +cite        
  • An Introduction to the International Criminal Court. By WILLIAM A. SCHABAS. [Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2000. xvi, 552, (Appendices) 16, (Bibliography) 39 and (Index) 17 pp. Paperback £39.95. ISBN 0–521–78790–4.]
        Ben Olbourne
        p.482-484                                                                              +cite        
  • Multi-Party Actions. By CHRISTOPHER HODGES. [Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2001. xlii, 503 and (Appendices) 39 pp. Hardback £95 net. ISBN 0–19–829896–X.]
        Neil Andrews
        p.484-485                                                                              +cite        
  • Transforming the Law: Essays on Technology, Justice and the Legal Marketplace. By RICHARD SUSSKIND. [Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2000. xiii, 292, and (Index) 9 pp. Hardback £19.95. ISBN 0–19–829922–2.]
        Daniel Bates
        p.486-488                                                                              +cite        
  • Tariff Negotiations and Renegotiations under the GATT and the WTO: Procedures and Practices. By ANWARUL HODA. [Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2001, 137, (Appendices) 136 and (Index) 36 pp. Hardback £45.00 net. ISBN 0–521–80449–3.]
        Andrew D. Mitchell and Tania Voon
        p.488-490                                                                              +cite        
  • Joint Ventures in English and German Law. Papers Presented to the First Oxford Anlo-German Law Conference, Autumn 1999. Edited by EVA MICHELER and D.D. PRENTICE. [Oxford: Hart Publishing. 2000. xx, 181 and Index 3pp. Hardback £45 net. ISBN 1-84113-106.7.]
        Nicholas Sinclair-Brown
        p.490-492                                                                              +cite