July Issue now available
The July Issue of the Modern Law Review is now available, with articles covering the theory of the material constitution, protected characteristics in equality law, and Irish policing reforms, a legislation note examining pre-natal testing, and case notes covering recent decisions on corporate groups and the right to private life in the workplace. A review essay examines critique and international legal practice, and four book reviews new titles on abortion and personhood, transnational constitutionalism, tax treaty disputes and the re-writing of children’s rights judgments.
Recording of the 2018 Chorley Lecture now available
The recording of Professor Adrian Vermeule’s 2018 Chorley Lecture ‘The Publius Paradox: On the Dangers of a Weak Executive’, delivered on 5 June 2018, is now available here.
May 2018 now up
The articles, notes and reviews in theMay issue of the Modern Law Review are now online. This issue contains three articles, dealing with free speech suppression during the Korean War, the rights to reproductive health under the ECHR, and the category of the ‘child’ in European human rights law. Notes on the Fixed-Term Parliaments Act, the UNISON case, and a ECtHR decision on gender transition recognition are followed by seven reviews on books ranging from the instability in the WTO system to martial law in early modern England.