New Issue: March 2017
The articles, notes, and reviews of the March 2017 issue of the Modern Law Review are now available. March 2017 includes research articles on climate change as a legally disruptive phenomenon, understanding the nature of ‘a fortiori‘ legal arguments, tensions and problems for the personal autonomy rationale to religious freedom, and corporate regulation and financial power in late nineteenth and early twentieth century Britain and Germany. Legislation and Case Notes consider recent changes to the Health and Social Care Act 2008 regulations, abortion law developments in the United States, and the practical benefit doctrine in the United Kingdom. An extended review essay examining Luís Duarte d’Almeida’s Allowing for Exceptions is complemented by shorter book reviews of new works on the Cuban Embargo under international law and a life of Viscount Kilmuir. For a limited time, the full text PDFs of this issue are available through the Wiley website, accessible via these pages.
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