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The Manchester Review of Law, Crime and Ethics - Volume 1

The first Manchester Review of Law, Crime and Ethics was published in May 2012.

Articles

  1. Kelly Bouloy, The Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998: Nothing more than a “Cardboard Shield”
  2. Caoimhe McElduff, The Right Answer? An assessment of the Charter of Fundamental Rights and its necessity in Europe
  3. Jodie Gittins, An Evaluation of the Scope and Importance of Judicial Discretion from 1750-1850
  4. Megan Caulfield, Constitutional Conventions in the United Kingdom: Should they be codified?
  5. Darya Kraynaya, Economics and Jurisprudence: Is John Rawls’ difference principle just another form of supply side economics and can it be applied effectively in modern society?
  6. Rudi Roscetti, Necessity or Nuisance? A Comparative Review of the Approach towards the Recovery of Pure Economic Loss in English Law with that of French Law
  7. Amber Edmondson, The Moral Justification Against Torture
  8. Molly Grace, The Draft Defamation Bill - A Radical Change?
  9. Kourosh Majdzadeh Khandani, Does the CISG, compared to English law, put too much emphasis on promoting performance of the contract despite a breach by the seller?
  10. Calum Darroch, Problems and Progress in the Protection of Videogames: A Legal and Sociological Perspective