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C02 UCL Journal of Law and Jurisprudence Volume 5 Issue 2 (October 2016) Postage to UK only

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£18.00

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Conor Crummey

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Detailed Description

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. 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/

Volume 5 Issue 2 is a special themed ‘City Issue’. The idea of this theme is to reflect and celebrate the world-class reputation of legal practice in the City of London and the range of legal disciplines that are practised there. Our choice of theme was intentionally broad and left scope for any area of law and jurisprudence. Whether domestic, regional or international, the papers assembled here are a true expression of City legal practice and thought. Equally diverse and broad, the five papers offer an original and topical contribution from both academics and practitioners.

In Volume 5 Issue 2 you can find:

  • Dr Martin Petrin, ‘Foreword’
  • Tracy Chiyedza Maguze ,‘EU Bank Recapitalisation and the Bail-In Option: An Analysis of the Effects of Mandatory Bail-In on Creditors’ Property Rights’
  • Tong Jing Lim, ‘Building a Better Bookbuilding System – An Examination of the UK’s Bookbuilding Regime And Proposed Reforms’
  • Michael Kokkinoftas, ‘Relief of Forfeiture: Equity’s Anomalous Intervention Following an Event of Default’
  • Andrea Bowdren, ‘Contextualising Short-Termism: Does the Corporate Legal Landscape Facilitate Managerial Myopia?’
  • Tolek Petch, ‘The Treatment of Asymmetric Jurisdiction Clauses in Financial Contracts in France and England’

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