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2016 Law Working Papers

Series no.AuthorTitle
250/2016 Rudi Fortson Fourth Queen Mary – Renmin Criminal Justice Conference: Transnational Crime London. 1 December 2016 - 2 December 2016 Keynote Address
249/2016 Rafael Leal-Arcas Three Thoughts on Brexit
248/2016 Stavros Brekoulakis and Margaret B. Devaney Public-Private Arbitration and the Public Interest Under English Law
247/2016 Dimitra Kamarinou, Christopher Millard and Jatinder Singh Machine Learning with Personal Data
246/2016 Philip Rawlings The Great Fire of London and the Origins of Fire Insurance: A Brief Note
245/2016 W. Kuan Hon and Christopher Millard Use by Banks of Cloud Computing: An Empirical Study
244/2016 Chris Reed Why Judges Need Jurisprudence in Cyberspace
243/2016 Chris Reed, Elizabeth J Kennedy and Sara Nogueira Silva Responsibility, Autonomy and Accountability: Legal Liability for Machine Learning
242/2016 Olga Gurgula Strategic Accumulation of Patents in the Pharmaceutical Industry and Patent Thickets in Complex Technologies — Two Different Concepts Sharing Similar Features
241/2016 Sionaidh Douglas-Scott Brexit, Article 50 and the Contested British Constitution
240/2016 Duncan Matthews Exclusivity for Biologics
239/2016 Gabriel Gari Is WTO Approach to International Standards on Services Outdated?
238/2016 Merris Amos Proposals for the Reform of Sections 3 and 4 of the Human Rights Act 1998
237/2016 Rafael Leal-Arcas and Stephen Minas Mapping the International and European Governance of Renewable Energy
236/2016 Jessie M. Hohmann Protecting the Right to Housing in England: A Context of Crisis
235/2016 Eric Heinze Beyond ‘Memory Laws’: Towards a General Theory of Law and Historical Discourse
234/2016 Dasuni Wijayasriwardena Consent in Online Contracts - Mindless or Mindful?
233/2016 Duncan Matthews and Olga Gurgula Patent Strategies and Competition Law in the Pharmaceutical Sector: Implications for Access to Medicines
232/2016 Malgosia Fitzmaurice History of Article 38 of the Statute of the International Court of Justice
231/2016 Jessie M. Hohmann Principle, Politics and Practice: The Role of UN Special Rapporteurs on the Right to Adequate Housing in the Development of the Right to Housing in International Law
230/2016 Ruth Fletcher Civic Feminism and Voluntary Abortion Care: A story of ESCORT's Contribution to Reproductive Justice
229/2016 Roger Cotterrell From Living Law to Global Legal Pluralism: Rethinking Traditions from a Century Of Western Socio-Legal Studies
227/2016 Eric Heinze What is the Opposite of Injustice?
225/2016 Ruth Fletcher Negotiating Strangeness on the Abortion Trail
224/2016 Eric Heinze Foundations of Sovereign Authority: The Example of Shakespearean Political Drama
223/2016 Costantino Grasso Peaks and Troughs of the U.K. Deferred Prosecution Agreement: The Lesson Learned from the First-Ever DPA between the SFO and ICBC SB PLC
222/2016 Rafael Leal-Arcas The Transition Towards Decarbonization: A Legal and Policy Exploration of the European Union
221/2016 Asma A.I. Vranaki Social Networking Site Regulation: Facebook, Online Behavioral Advertising and Data Protection Laws
219/2016 Guido Noto La Diega and Ian Walden Contracting for the ‘Internet of Things’: Looking into the Nest
218/2016 Eric Heinze Towards a Legal Concept of Hatred: Democracy, Ontology, and the Limits of Deconstruction
220/2016 Asma A.I. Vranaki Learning Lessons from Cloud Investigations in Europe: Bargaining Enforcement and Multiple Centers of Regulation in Data Protection
217/2016 Ian Walden Press Regulation in a Converging Environment
216/2016 W. Kuan Hon, Christopher Millard and Jatinder Singh Twenty Legal Considerations for Clouds of Things
215/2016 Eric Heinze Legal Hybridity in Shakespeare: Revisiting the Post-Colonial in the Tempest and Cymbeline
214/2016 Eric Heinze Selecting the Memory, Controlling the Myth: The Propaganda of Legal Foundations in Early Modern Drama
223/2016 Rafael Leal-Arcas and Costantino Grasso The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, Energy and Divestment
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