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Selected Law Journals: Table of Contents

March 2022

American Criminal Law Review Asia Pacific Journal of Environmental Law Asia Pacific Journal on Human Rights and the Law
Asia Pacific Law Review Asian International Arbitration Journal Asian Journal of Comparative Law
Asia-Pacific Tax Bulletin Australian Journal of Human Rights Boston University Law Review
Cambridge Law Journal Columbia Human Rights Law Review Common Market Law Review
Corporate Governance (Oxford): an international review Crime and Delinquency Criminal Justice and Behavior

American Criminal Law Review (click to view move)

  • Bagaric M and others, 'The Solution to the Pervasive Bias and Discrimination in the Criminal Justice System: Transparent and Fair Artificial Intelligence' (2022) 59 American Criminal Law Review 95
  • Bystranowski P and Mungan MC, 'Proxy Crimes' (2022) 59 American Criminal Law Review 1
  • Owsley BL, 'George Floyd, General Warrants, and Cell-Site Simulators' (2022) 59 American Criminal Law Review 149
  • Renfro S, 'The Need for a Clear Statement after "Bridgegate": Combatting SCOTUS's Narrowing View of Corruption with an "Abuse of Functions" Offense Note' (2022) 59 American Criminal Law Review 197
  • Richardson B, 'The Imperial Prosecutor?' (2022) 59 American Criminal Law Review 39

Asia Pacific Law Review (click to view move)

  • Chen L, ‘Continuity and change: some reflections on the Chinese Civil Code’ 29 Asia Pacific Law Review 287
  • De Rey S and Chen L, ‘Non-monetary relief for breach of contract: a European perspective on Chinese contract law’ 29 Asia Pacific Law Review 325
  • Ge J and Chen L, ‘The Chinese Civil Code's impact on the protection of Virtual Reputation in China’ 29 Asia Pacific Law Review 366
  • He J, ‘The fairness and efficiency of the right of recourse between security providers: a comparative and economic analysis’ 29 Asia Pacific Law Review 384
  • Janssen A and Wang J, ‘Punitive damages under the new Chinese Civil Code – a critical and comparative analysis’ 29 Asia Pacific Law Review 346
  • Park TJ and Ko YL, ‘Korea's experimentation in legal services market liberalization: lessons learned and options for reform’ 29 Asia Pacific Law Review 221
  • Sjoberg L, ‘Gender, alterity, and human rights: freedom in a fishbowl: by Ratna Kapur, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2018, 328 PP., £21 (paperback), £95 (hardback), ISBN 9781839104473’ 29 Asia Pacific Law Review 429
  • Songyin B, ‘Dispute resolution in the People's Republic of China: the evolving institutions and mechanisms: by Zhiqiong June Wang and Jianfu Chen, BRILL, Leiden, 2019, 328 pp., USD 271 (hardback), ISBN 978-90-04-33127-3’ 29 Asia Pacific Law Review 425
  • Sonkar S, ‘Judges of the Supreme Court of India 1950–89: by George H Gadbois, Jr., New Delhi, Oxford University Press, 2011, xiii + 412 pp., £21.99 (hardback), ISBN: 978-019-9469-36-9’ 29 Asia Pacific Law Review 422
  • Wang J, ‘How to utilize notice-and-takedown procedures in IP enforcement on e-commerce platforms – a lesson from China’ 29 Asia Pacific Law Review 243
  • Wu Z and Swadling W, ‘Unjustified enrichment in the Chinese Civil Code: questions from the common law’ 29 Asia Pacific Law Review 402
  • Xiong B and Durovic M, ‘The enforcement of mandatory rules against illegal contracts’ 29 Asia Pacific Law Review 306
  • Zhao J and others, ‘Eliminating zombie companies through insolvency law in China: striking a balance between market-oriented policies and government intervention’ 29 Asia Pacific Law Review 264 

Boston University Law Review (click to view move)

  • Boyd M, 'PREEMPTION & GENDER & RACIAL (IN)EQUITY: WHY STATE TORT LAW IS NEEDED IN THE COSMETIC CONTEXT' (2022) 102 Boston University Law Review 167
  • Cook BB, 'SOMETHING ROTS IN LAW ENFORCEMENT AND IT'S THE SEARCH WARRANT: THE BREONNA TAYLOR CASE' (2022) 102 Boston University Law Review 1
  • Harpalani V, 'ASIAN AMERICANS, RACIAL STEREOTYPES, AND ELITE UNIVERSITY ADMISSIONS' (2022) 102 Boston University Law Review 233
  • Hasbrouck B, 'THE ANTIRACIST CONSTITUTION' (2022) 102 Boston University Law Review 87
  • Jean-Pierre P, 'MEDICAL ERROR AND VULNERABLE COMMUNITIES' (2022) 102 Boston University Law Review 327
  • Zimmerman RF and Dwarakanath A, 'EDITORS' FOREWORD' (2022) 102 Boston University Law Review 101

Columbia Human Rights Law Review (click to view move)

  • Argueta-Cevallos G, 'A PROSECUTOR WITH A SMOKING GUN: EXAMINING THE WEAPONIZATION OF RACE, PSYCHOPATHY, AND ASPD LABELS IN CAPITAL CASES' (2022) 53 Columbia Human Rights Law Review 624
  • Baker AA and Green JR, 'THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS A “LEGAL NAME”' (2022) 53 Columbia Human Rights Law Review 129
  • Cannon Y, 'CLOSING THE HEALTH JUSTICE GAP: ACCESS TO JUSTICE IN FURTHERANCE OF HEALTH EQUITY' (2022) 53 Columbia Human Rights Law Review 517
  • Hadley M, 'BEHIND THE BLUE WALL OF SILENCE: RACIAL DISPARITIES IN NYPD DISCIPLINEBEHIND THE BLUE WALL OF SILENCE: RACIAL DISPARITIES IN NYPD DISCIPLINE' (2022) 53 Columbia Human Rights Law Review 663
  • Huang T, 'A QUADRUPLE DOCTRINAL FRAMEWORK OF FREE SPEECH' (2022) 53 Columbia Human Rights Law Review 467
  • McCoy BC, 'CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE, ENVIRONMENTAL RACISM, AND PROTEST: A CASE STUDY IN CANCER ALLEY, LOUISIANA' (2022) 53 Columbia Human Rights Law Review 582
  • Raj CS, 'RIGHTS TO NOWHERE: THE IDEA’S INADEQUACY IN HIGH-POVERTY SCHOOLS' (2022) 53 Columbia Human Rights Law Review 409

Corporate Governance (Oxford): an international review (click to view move)

  • CGIR Review Issue 2024' (2022) 30 Corporate Governance: An International Review 270
  • CGIR Special Issues' (2022) 30 Corporate Governance: An International Review 268
  • Global Social Movements and the Governance of the Firm' (2022) 30 Corporate Governance: An International Review 262
  • Issue Information' (2022) 30 Corporate Governance: An International Review 139
  • Meta‐analyses on Contemporary Corporate Governance' (2022) 30 Corporate Governance: An International Review 252
  • The Role of Institutional Investors in International Corporate Governance: Contemporary Paradigms and Perspectives' (2022) 30 Corporate Governance: An International Review 256
  • Chen VZ and others, 'For love or money? Family versus financial blockholders in international acquisitions' (2022) 30 Corporate Governance: An International Review 140
  • Dawson A, Paeglis I and Basu N, 'Founder teams and firm value in young public firms: An analysis of the moderating effect of founders' ownership power and team size' (2022) 30 Corporate Governance: An International Review 232
  • Feng H and Xiao JZ, 'Board change and firm risk: Do new directors mean unstable corporate policies?' (2022) 30 Corporate Governance: An International Review 212
  • Ni Y and others, 'Climate risk and corporate tax avoidance: International evidence' (2022) 30 Corporate Governance: An International Review 189
  • Vallelado E and García‐Olalla M, 'Bank board changes in size and composition: Do they matter for investors?' (2022) 30 Corporate Governance: An International Review 161
Ethics: an international journal of social, political, and legal philosophy European Business Organization Law Review European Journal of International law
European Journal of Law and Economics Family Court Review: an interdisciplinary journal Federal Law Review
Geopolitics Griffith Law Review Harvard Journal of Law and Technology
Human Rights Quarterly: a comparative and international journal of the social sciences, humanities and law International and Comparative Law Quarterly International Journal for the Semiotics of Law
International Journal of Constitutional Law International Journal of Cultural Property International Journal of the Legal Profession
International Journal of Transitional Justice

European Journal of International law (click to view more)

  • EJIL Roll of Honour; 2021 EJIL Peer Reviewer Prize; Changes in the Masthead; Germany v Italy: Jurisdictional Immunities – Redux (and Redux and Redux); 10 Good Reads; Rabia Balkhi – The Legacy of a Medieval Poet in Afghanistan; In This Issue; In This Issue – Reviews' (2021) 32 European Journal of International Law 1121
  • Last Page' (2021) 32 European Journal of International Law 1559
  • Poetic Voices from the Past: Rabia Balkhi 4th Hijri Century Poet' (2021) 32 European Journal of International Law 1283
  • Akande D and Tzanakopoulos A, 'Legal: Use of Force in Self-Defence to Recover Occupied Territory' (2021) 32 European Journal of International Law 1299
  • Boeuf RL, 'Of Doubts and Confusions' (2021) 32 European Journal of International Law 1361
  • Bradley CA and Swaine ET, 'Restating US Foreign Relations Law: Lessons from the Treaty Materials' (2021) 32 European Journal of International Law 1443
  • Dodge WS, 'Modest Approach to the Customary International Law of Jurisdiction' (2021) 32 European Journal of International Law 1471
  • Dror-Shpoliansky D and Shany Y, 'It's the End of the (Offline) World as We Know It: From Human Rights to Digital Human Rights – A Proposed Typology' (2021) 32 European Journal of International Law 1249
  • Fabri HR, 'Limits and the Appeal of the Restatement' (2021) 32 European Journal of International Law 1399
  • Huang J, 'Conflicts and Tentative Solutions to Protecting Personal Data in Investment Arbitration' (2021) 32 European Journal of International Law 1191
  • Johnston KA, 'Nature and Context of Rules and the Identification of Customary International Law' (2021) 32 European Journal of International Law 1167
  • Kampourakis I, 'Ioannis Kampourakis, Review of Stefano Ponte, Business, Power and Sustainability in a World of Global Value Chains' (2021) 32 European Journal of International Law 1541
  • Koskenniemi M and Nouwen SMH, 'Politics of Global Lawmaking: A Conversation' (2021) 32 European Journal of International Law 1341
  • Lekkas S-I, 'Hybridity of International Lawmaking: Impressions and Afterthoughts from the ESIL 2021 Stockholm Conference' (2021) 32 European Journal of International Law 1353
  • Lindeboom J, 'Justin Lindeboom, Review of Pavlos Eleftheriadis, A Union of Peoples: Europe as a Community of Principle' (2021) 32 European Journal of International Law 1546
  • Miron A and Palchetti P, 'Foreign Relations Law on Treaty Matters from Restatement (Third) to Restatement (Fourth): More a Filter Than a Bridge' (2021) 32 European Journal of International Law 1425
  • Nouwen SMH and others, 'Restatement (Fourth): An Interview with One of the Two Co-ordinating Reporters' (2021) 32 European Journal of International Law 1371
  • Nouwen SMH, Tams CJ and Weiler JHH, 'Transatlantic Symposium on the Restatement (Fourth)' (2021) 32 European Journal of International Law 1365
  • O'Connell ME, 'Mary Ellen O'Connell, Review of Chiara Redaelli, Intervention in Civil Wars: Effectiveness, Legitimacy, and Human Rights' (2021) 32 European Journal of International Law 1535
  • O'Keefe R, 'Restatement of Foreign Sovereign Immunity: Tutto il Mondo è Paese' (2021) 32 European Journal of International Law 1483
  • Peters A, 'American Law Institute's Restatement of the Law: Bastion, Bridge and Behemoth' (2021) 32 European Journal of International Law 1377
  • Petrov J, 'When Should International Courts Intervene? How Populism, Democratic Decay and Crisis of Liberal Internationalism Complicate Things' (2021) 32 European Journal of International Law 1509
  • Ruys T and Silvestre FR, 'Illegal: The Recourse to Force to Recover Occupied Territory and the Second Nagorno-Karabakh War' (2021) 32 European Journal of International Law 1287
  • Ryngaert C, 'Restatement and the Law of Jurisdiction: A Commentary' (2021) 32 European Journal of International Law 1455
  • Shadikhodjaev S, 'Technological Neutrality and Regulation of Digital Trade: How Far Can We Go?' (2021) 32 European Journal of International Law 1221
  • Stephan P, 'US Context of the Restatement of the Law (Fourth): The Foreign Relations Law of the United States' (2021) 32 European Journal of International Law 1415
  • Stewart DP and Wuerth IB, 'Sovereign Immunity as Liminal Space' (2021) 32 European Journal of International Law 1501
  • Su J, 'Is the Establishment of Air Defence Identification Zones Outside National Airspace in Accordance with International Law?' (2021) 32 European Journal of International Law 1309
  • Wrange P, '16th Annual Conference of the European Society of International Law: Welcome Remarks' (2021) 32 European Journal of International Law 1335
  • Zarbiyev F, 'On the Judge Centredness of the International Legal Self' (2021) 32 European Journal of International Law 1139

Federal Law Review (click to view more)

  • Chin JM, Edmond G and Roberts A, 'Simply Unconvincing: The High Court on Probative Value and Reliability in the Uniform Evidence Law' (2022) 50 Federal Law Review 104
  • Crawford LB, 'The Communist Party Case Revisited: Constitutional Review in the 2020 Term' (2022) 50 Federal Law Review 20
  • Hewitt A, 'Is Legislation Governing Tertiary Work Experience Effective? Exploring the Regulatory Role Played by Australian Universities' (2022) 50 Federal Law Review 62
  • Howe J and Nikoloudakis I, 'Short Stay Visa Holders and Occupational Trainees in Australia's Labour Migration Program: Regulatory Challenges at The Apex of Temporariness' (2022) 50 Federal Law Review 40
  • McLeod M, 'Distancing From Accountability? Governments' Use of Soft Law in the COVID-19 Pandemic' (2022) 50 Federal Law Review 3
  • Schofield-Georgeson E, 'Silent Partners? Trade Unions, Corporations and Penalty Privilege in the Federal Court of Australia' (2022) 50 Federal Law Review 86

Griffith Law Review (click to view more)

  • Arstein-Kerslake A and others, 'Relational personhood: a conception of legal personhood with insights from disability rights and environmental law' (2021) 30 Griffith Law Review 530
  • Flynn E, 'Law, language and personhood: disrupting definitions of legal capacity' (2021) 30 Griffith Law Review 374
  • Kurki V, 'Active but not independent: the legal personhood of children' (2021) 30 Griffith Law Review 395
  • Macpherson E and others, 'Where ordinary laws fall short: 'riverine rights' and constitutionalism' (2021) 30 Griffith Law Review 438
  • Mortiaux R, 'Righting Aotearoa's coastal marine area: a case for legal personhood to enhance environmental protection' (2021) 30 Griffith Law Review 413
  • Naffine N, 'The perils of personhood: a foreword' (2021) 30 Griffith Law Review 337
  • O'Donnell E and Arstein-Kerslake A, 'Recognising personhood: the evolving relationship between the legal person and the state' (2021) 30 Griffith Law Review 339
  • Reeves J-A and Peters TD, 'Responding to anthropocentrism with anthropocentrism: the biopolitics of environmental personhood' (2021) 30 Griffith Law Review 474
  • RiverOfLife M and others, 'Yoongoorrookoo: The emergence of ancestral personhood' (2021) 30 Griffith Law Review 505
  • Worthington M and Spender P, 'Constructing legal personhood: corporate law's legacy' (2021) 30 Griffith Law Review 348

Harvard Journal of Law and Technology (click to view more)

  • Bedi S, 'THE MYTH OF THE CHILLING EFFECT' (2021) 35 Harvard Journal of Law & Technology 267
  • Karshtedt D, Lemley MA and Seymore SB, 'THE DEATH OF THE GENUS CLAIM' (2021) 35 Harvard Journal of Law & Technology 1
  • Kim J, 'REGULATION OF DECENTRALIZED SYSTEMS: A STUDY OF UNISWAP' (2021) 35 Harvard Journal of Law & Technology 335
  • Ring C, 'PATENT LAW AND CLIMATE CHANGE: INNOVATION POLICY FOR A CLIMATE IN CRISIS' (2021) 35 Harvard Journal of Law & Technology 373
  • Selbst AD, 'AN INSTITUTIONAL VIEW OF ALGORITHMIC IMPACT ASSESSMENTS' (2021) 35 Harvard Journal of Law & Technology 117
  • Shchory NB and Gal MS, 'MARKET POWER PARASITES: ABUSING THE POWER OF DIGITAL INTERMEDIARIES TO HARM COMPETITION' (2021) 35 Harvard Journal of Law & Technology 73
  • Smith CYN, 'WEAPONIZING COPYRIGHT' (2021) 35 Harvard Journal of Law & Technology 193
  • Suh Holmberg E, 'LESSONS FROM TRUMP'S SUSPENSION: HOW TWITTER SHOULD CLARIFY AND STRENGTHEN ITS "PUBLIC INTEREST" APPROACH TO MODERATING LEADERS' VIOLENCE-INSPIRING SPEECH' (2021) 35 Harvard Journal of Law & Technology 309

International Journal of Cultural Property (click to view more)

  • JCP volume 28 issue 4 Cover and Back matter' (2021) 28 International Journal of Cultural Property b1
  • JCP volume 28 issue 4 Cover and Front matter' (2021) 28 International Journal of Cultural Property f1
  • Jacobs J and Porter BW, 'Repatriation in university museum collections: Case studies from the Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology' (2021) 28 International Journal of Cultural Property 531
  • Machado Haertel L, 'The past, present: The Parthenon Sculptures dispute as an example of the ICPRCP's role on claims barred by the non-retroactivity of the 1970 UNESCO Convention' (2021) 28 International Journal of Cultural Property 479
  • Marlowe E, 'The Brutish Museums: The Benin Bronzes, Colonial Violence and Cultural Restitution' (2021) 28 International Journal of Cultural Property 575
  • Song J, 'Urban law and the expulsion of authenticity: Preservation of the TWA terminal in the JFK Airport Redevelopment Plan' (2021) 28 International Journal of Cultural Property 505
  • Visconti A, 'Between "colonial amnesia" and "victimization biases": Double standards in Italian cultural heritage law' (2021) 28 International Journal of Cultural Property 551
Journal of Common Market Studies Journal of Competition Law and Economics Journal of Empirical Legal Studies
Journal of Environmental Law Journal of Ethics and Social Philosophy Journal of International Criminal Justice
Journal of International Economic Law Journal of Political Philosophy Journal of World Investment and Trade
Journal of World Trade Juristenzeitung Justice Quarterly
Law and Critique: journal of critical legal studies Law and Human Behavior Law and Social Inquiry
Law and Society Review Law, Culture and the Humanities Legal Information Management
Legal Issues of Economic Integration Legal Studies Leiden Journal of International Law

Journal of Competition Law and Economics (click to view more)

  • Azar J, 'Common Shareholders and Interlocking Directors: The Relation Between Two Corporate Networks' (2022) 18 Journal of Competition Law & Economics 75
  • Banal-Estañol A, Boot N and Seldeslachts J, 'Common Ownership Patterns in the European Banking Sector—The Impact of the Financial Crisis1' (2022) 18 Journal of Competition Law & Economics 135
  • Fletcher A, Peitz M and Thépot F, 'Introduction to Special Issue on Common Ownership and Interlocking Directorates' (2022) 18 Journal of Competition Law & Economics 1
  • Ghezzi F and Picciau C, 'Evaluating the Effectiveness of the Italian Interlocking Ban: An Empirical Analysis of the Personal Ties Among The Largest Banking and Insurance Groups in Italy' (2022) 18 Journal of Competition Law & Economics 29
  • Nili Y, 'Horizontal Directors Revisited' (2022) 18 Journal of Competition Law & Economics 5
  • Shekita N, 'Interventions by Common Owners*' (2022) 18 Journal of Competition Law & Economics 99
  • Tzanaki A, 'Varieties and Mechanisms of Common Ownership: A Calibration Exercise for Competition Policy' (2022) 18 Journal of Competition Law & Economics 168

 

Journal of Environmental Law (click to view more)

  • Cameron C and Weyman R, 'Recent Youth-Led and Rights-Based Climate Change Litigation in Canada: Reconciling Justiciability, Charter Claims and Procedural Choices' (2022) 34 Journal of Environmental Law 195
  • Hilson C, 'Role of Narrative in Environmental Law: The Nature of Tales and Tales of Nature' (2022) 34 Journal of Environmental Law 1
  • Jenkins V and Walker J, 'Maintaining, Enhancing and Restoring the Peatlands of Wales: Unearthing the Challenges of Law and Sustainable Land Management' (2022) 34 Journal of Environmental Law 163
  • Kelleher O, 'Systemic Climate Change Litigation, Standing Rules and the Aarhus Convention: A Purposive Approach' (2022) 34 Journal of Environmental Law 107
  • Korkea-aho E, 'NGOs as Lobbyists: A Casualty of Environmental Law's Tunnel Vision?' (2022) 34 Journal of Environmental Law 233
  • Minnerop P, ''Advance Interference-Like Effect' of Climate Targets: Fundamental Rights, Intergenerational Equity and the German Federal Constitutional Court' (2022) 34 Journal of Environmental Law 135
  • Pirlot A, 'Carbon Border Adjustment Measures: A Straightforward Multi-Purpose Climate Change Instrument?' (2022) 34 Journal of Environmental Law 25
  • Recio ME, 'Shaping REDD+: Interactions between Bilateral and Multilateral Rulemaking' (2022) 34 Journal of Environmental Law 83
  • Schuijers L, 'Compelled by the Court to Act on Climate Change: Bushfire Survivors for Climate Action Incorporated v Environment Protection Authority [2021] NSWLEC 92' (2022) 34 Journal of Environmental Law 223
  • Winter G, 'Intergenerational Effect of Fundamental Rights: A Contribution of the German Federal Constitutional Court to Climate Protection' (2022) 34 Journal of Environmental Law 209
  • Xie L and Xu L, 'Environmental Public Interest Litigation in China: Findings from 570 Court Cases Brought by NGOs, Public Prosecutors and Local Government' (2022) 34 Journal of Environmental Law 53

 

Legal Studies (click to view more)

  • LST volume 42 issue 1 Cover and Back matter' (2022) 42 Legal Studies b1
  • LST volume 42 issue 1 Cover and Front matter' (2022) 42 Legal Studies f1
  • Adams Z, Adams-Prassl A and Adams-Prassl J, 'Online tribunal judgments and the limits of open justice' (2022) 42 Legal Studies 42
  • Aristodemou M, 'Advanced Introduction to Law and Literature' (2022) 42 Legal Studies 182
  • Horsley T, 'Constitutional functions and institutional responsibility: a functional analysis of the UK constitution' (2022) 42 Legal Studies 99
  • Lalafaryan N, 'Orchestrating finance with Material Adverse Changes?' (2022) 42 Legal Studies 1
  • McAlinden A-M, 'Apologies as 'shame management': the politics of remorse in the aftermath of historical institutional abuse' (2022) 42 Legal Studies 137
  • Purshouse C and Trispiotis I, 'Is 'conversion therapy' tortious?' (2022) 42 Legal Studies 23
  • Rowe C, 'Self-employed surfers, universal credit and the minimally decent life' (2022) 42 Legal Studies 81
  • Scharf N, 'The evolution and consequences of digital rights management in relation to online music streaming' (2022) 42 Legal Studies 61
  • Siliquini-Cinelli L, 'Legal Pluralism in European Contract Law' (2022) 42 Legal Studies 178
  • Zhao L, 'Insurer's liability under concurrent causation: English law and Chinese law compared' (2022) 42 Legal Studies 120
  • Zu Y, 'Developing VAT treaties: international tax cooperation in times of global recovery' (2022) 42 Legal Studies 159
Marine Policy McGill Law Journal Melbourne University Law Review
Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law Review National Tax Journal Netherlands International Law Review
Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights New Criminal Law Review: an international and interdisciplinary journal Nordic Journal of International Law
Northwestern Journal of Law and Social Policy Northwestern University Law Review Psychology Public Policy and Law
Punishment and Society Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Journal Regulation and Governance
Review of Law and Economics  

McGill Law Journal (click to view more)

  • Brière-Godbout L and Plante M-A, 'RELIGIOUS CHALLENGES TO ANTI-DISCRIMINATION LAW: THE MOBILIZATION OF THE "MINORITY LABEL". (English)' (2020) 66 McGill Law Journal 377
  • Martin AF, 'CREATIVE AND RESPONSIVE ADVOCACY FOR RECONCILIATION: THE APPLICATION OF GLADUE PRINCIPLES IN ADMINISTRATIVE LAW. (English)' (2020) 66 McGill Law Journal 337
  • Otis G and Laurent A, 'L'INDÉPENDANCE DU QUÉBEC ET LE CHOIX AUTOCHTONE DE LA CONTINUITÉ CANADIENNE. (French)' (2020) 66 McGill Law Journal 253
  • Taylor L, 'DOMESTIC CONTRACTS AND FAMILY LAW EXCEPTIONALISM: AN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE. (English)' (2020) 66 McGill Law Journal 303

Melbourne University Law Review (click to view more)

  • Anderson A, 'FLAWED FOUNDATIONS: AN HISTORICAL EVALUATION OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CLAIMS IN THE REFUGEE TRIBUNALS' (2022) 45 Melbourne University Law Review 1
  • Bigwood R and Dietrich J, 'UNCERTAINTY IN PRIVATE LAW: RHETORICAL DEVICE OR SUBSTANTIVE LEGAL ARGUMENT?' (2022) 45 Melbourne University Law Review 60
  • Cooper GS, 'FIXING THE DEFECTIVE JIGSAW' (2022) 45 Melbourne University Law Review 362
  • Edmond G and others, 'FACIAL RECOGNITION AND IMAGE COMPARISON EVIDENCE: IDENTIFICATION BY INVESTIGATORS, FAMILIARS, EXPERTS, SUPER-RECOGNISERS AND ALGORITHMS' (2022) 45 Melbourne University Law Review 99
  • Graham P, 'RESTRAINT AND RADICALISM: SIR JOHN LATHAM'S CONSTITUTIONAL EXCEPTIONALISM' (2022) 45 Melbourne University Law Review 161
  • Nettle G, 'REMOVAL OF JUDGES FROM OFFICE' (2022) 45 Melbourne University Law Review 241
  • Stellios J, 'CONSTITUTIONAL CHARACTERISATION: EMBEDDING VALUE JUDGEMENTS ABOUT THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE LEGISLATURE AND THE JUDICIARY' (2022) 45 Melbourne University Law Review 277
  • Ying Khai L and Yu D, 'THE UNCONSCIONABLE BARGAINS DOCTRINE IN ENGLAND AND AUSTRALIA: COUSINS OR SIBLINGS?' (2022) 45 Melbourne University Law Review 206
  • Yip MAN and Low KFK, 'RECONCEPTUALISING FIDUCIARY REGULATION IN ACTUAL CONFLICTS' (2022) 45 Melbourne University Law Review 323

Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law Review (click to view more)

  • Goldman E, 'CONTENT MODERATION REMEDIES' (2021) 28 Michigan Telecommunications & Technology Law Review 1
  • Himes E, 'NHTSA UP IN THE CLOUDS: THE FORMAL RECALL PROCESS & OVER-THE-AIR SOFTWARE UPDATES' (2021) 28 Michigan Telecommunications & Technology Law Review 153
  • Mulbry E, 'ARMS CONTROL 2.0: UPDATING THE CYBERWEAPON ARMS CONTROL FRAMEWORK' (2021) 28 Michigan Telecommunications & Technology Law Review 175
  • Sandrik KE, 'AN EMPIRICAL STUDY: WILLFUL INFRINGEMENT & ENHANCED DAMAGES IN PATENT LAW AFTER HALO' (2021) 28 Michigan Telecommunications & Technology Law Review 61
  • Ying H, 'INDIVIDUALS AS GATEKEEPERS AGAINST DATA MISUSE' (2021) 28 Michigan Telecommunications & Technology Law Review 115

Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights (click to view more)

  • Recent publications in international human rights law' (2022) 40 Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights 75
  • Augenstein D, 'Towards a new legal consensus on business and human rights: A 10th anniversary essay' (2022) 40 Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights 35
  • Faix M and Jamali A, 'Is the African Court on Human and Peoples' Rights in an Existential Crisis?' (2022) 40 Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights 56
  • Fraser J and Henderson L, 'The human rights turn in climate change litigation and responsibilities of legal professionals' (2022) 40 Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights 3
  • Torres FE, 'The State, the assailant? Guaranteeing economic and social rights after widespread violence through the Inter-American Court of Human Rights' (2022) 40 Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights 12

Northwestern University Law Review (click to view more)

  • Araiza WD, 'DISGUST AND GUNS: CONDUCT, IDENTITY, AND SECOND AMENDMENT ANIMUS' (2022) 116 Northwestern University Law Review 1365
  • Hwang J, 'CHEATING IN E-SPORTS: A PROPOSAL TO REGULATE THE GROWING PROBLEM OF E-DOPING' (2022) 116 Northwestern University Law Review 1283
  • Jones AL, 'THE DAWN OF A NEW ERA: ANTITRUST LAW VS. THE ANTIQUATED NCAA COMPENSATION MODEL PERPETUATING RACIAL INJUSTICE' (2022) 116 Northwestern University Law Review 1319
  • Marinotti J, 'POSSESSING INTANGIBLES' (2022) 116 Northwestern University Law Review 1227
  • McAlister ME, 'REBUILDING THE FEDERAL CIRCUIT COURTS' (2022) 116 Northwestern University Law Review 1137

Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Journal (click to view more)

  • Frazer DH, 'BOSWELL'S ENTAIL: A STUDY IN LEGAL REASONING' (2021) 56 Real Property, Trust & Estate Law Journal 369
  • Hulse BD, 'CAN A PLEDGE OF EQUITY INTERESTS BE A PROHIBITED CLOG ON THE EQUITY OF REDEMPTION?' (2021) 56 Real Property, Trust & Estate Law Journal 301
  • Mandelker DR, 'STANDING IN LAND USE LITIGATION' (2021) 56 Real Property, Trust & Estate Law Journal 237
  • Spica JP, 'CONFLICT OF LAWS AND THE TRANSITIVITY OF THE "RELATION BACK" OF SPECIAL POWERS OF APPOINTMENT' (2021) 56 Real Property, Trust & Estate Law Journal 333

 

Singapore Academy of Law Journal Social and Legal Studies: an international journal South African Journal on Human Rights
Stanford Law Review Texas Law Review The British Journal of Criminology
Theoretical Criminology Theoretical Inquiries in Law UCLA Law Review
University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform University of Pennsylvania Law Review Vienna Online Journal on International Constitutional Law
Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice Wisconsin Law Review Yale Journal on Regulation
Yearbook of International Environmental Law  

Stanford Law Review  (click to view more)

  • Ablavsky G, 'Getting Public Rights Wrong: The Lost History of the Private Land Claims' (2022) 74 Stanford Law Review 277
  • Amster H and Diehl B, 'Against Geofences' (2022) 74 Stanford Law Review 385
  • Cheng EK, Guttel E and Procaccia Y, 'Sequencing in Damages' (2022) 74 Stanford Law Review 353

Texas Law Review (click to view more)

  • Bowen B, 'Texas Wind Energy and the Missing Money Problem' (2022) 100 Texas Law Review 771
  • Culotta E, 'Understanding the Distributive Equity Framework for Allocating Scarce Medical Resources in Times of Crisis' (2022) 100 Texas Law Review 803
  • Kovarsky L, 'The Trump Executions' (2022) 100 Texas Law Review 621
  • Lawson G, 'The Epistemology of Second Best' (2022) 100 Texas Law Review 747
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