The Manchester Review of Law, Crime and Ethics - Volume 2
The second Manchester Review of Law, Crime and Ethics was published in December 2013.
- Danny Watson, Style over Substance? A Comparative Analysis of the English and French Approaches to Fault in Establishing Tortious Liability
- Fabian McNeilly, Sham Self-Employment Contracts: Taking a Liberty?
- Harriet Evans, The Bloody Code
- Joel Goh, Proportionality - An Unattainable Ideal in the Criminal Justice System
- Mark Szepes, MARPOL 73/78: The Challenges of Regulating Vessel-Source Oil Pollution
- Richard Jones, Constitutional Reform and the Contribution of the Political Parties since the Beginning of the 20th Century
- Tanzil Chowdhury, A Radical Interpretation of Individual Self-Defence in War
- Magdalena Borucka, Merchandising and Brand Extension in the Music Industry
- Sarah L Morgan, Do No Harm: ‘Best interests’, patients’ wishes and the Mental Capacity Act 2005
- Dorota Galeza, Hard Cases
- Francis Okanigbuan, Corporate Takeovers And Shareholder Protection: UK Takeover Regulation In Perspective
- Malcolm Oswald, What has the state got to do with healthcare?