The Manchester Review of Law, Crime and Ethics - Volume 1
The first Manchester Review of Law, Crime and Ethics was published in May 2012.
- Kelly Bouloy, The Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998: Nothing more than a “Cardboard Shield”
- Caoimhe McElduff, The Right Answer? An assessment of the Charter of Fundamental Rights and its necessity in Europe
- Jodie Gittins, An Evaluation of the Scope and Importance of Judicial Discretion from 1750-1850
- Megan Caulfield, Constitutional Conventions in the United Kingdom: Should they be codified?
- 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?
- 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
- Amber Edmondson, The Moral Justification Against Torture
- Molly Grace, The Draft Defamation Bill - A Radical Change?
- 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?
- Calum Darroch, Problems and Progress in the Protection of Videogames: A Legal and Sociological Perspective