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.
March 2018 Issue now available
The articles, notes and reviews from the March issue of the Modern Law Review are now available. This issue features articles on restitution theory, public procurement decision-making, patient capacity in treatment decisions, and value discourses in EU copyright law, a legislation note on bill of sale lending, case notes on upkeep costs for incorrectly conceived children and EU religious discrimination in the workplace, and reviews of books on topics ranging from anonymous speech to the choice theory of contracts.
January 2018 Issue now online
The articles, notes and reviews from the January issue of the Modern Law Review are now available. This issue begins with the published 2017 Chorley Lecture, and features articles on rail franchising, crowdfunding contracts and reconceptualising enduring property relationships. Notes cover recent changes to the UK welfare system and court decisions on cryogenically frozen corpses and the agent-principal relationship in commercial law. The issue also contains a review essay of two new books on constitutional theory, and short reviews of works on damages and human rights, global financial regulation and the right to silence.