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C02 UCL Journal of Law and Jurisprudence Volume 5 Issue 1 (March 2016) Postage to Rest of World




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The UCL Journal of Law and Jurisprudence is the flagship law journal edited by graduate students the UCL Faculty of Laws. It publishes contributions from academics, practitioners and postgraduate students at UCL, and aims to make a high-quality contribution to current debates on issues of law and jurisprudence. Volume 4(1) was launched in March 2015. Starting from 2015, the Journal is published twice a year.

For more information visit http://www.laws.ucl.ac.uk/study/life-at-laws/ucl-jlj/

In Volume 5 Issue 1 you can find:

  • Professor Paul Mitchell, ‘Foreword’
  • Kyrsten Elena Baker, ‘It’s a Hard Knock Life: A Critique of the Legislative Response to the Orphan Works Problem in the UK’
  • Daniel West, ‘Formalism versus realism: the International Court of Justice and the critical date for assessing jurisdiction’
  • Constantinos Yiallourides, ‘Oil and Gas Development in Disputed Waters under UNCLOS’
  • Cristian Paziuc, ‘A Critical Economic and Comparative Analysis of the Doctrine of Remoteness of Damage in Contract and Its Functional Equivalents’
  • Peter O'Loughlin, ‘The Criminal Enforcement of Antitrust Law – The Importance of Building an Enforcement Culture and How to Create it’
  • Navneet Sandhu, ‘Member Participation in the WTO Dispute Settlement System: Can Developing Countries’
  • Carolina Yoko Furusho, ‘Uncovering the Human Rights of the Vulnerable Subject and Correlated State’

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