March Issue now online
The March Issue of the Modern Law Review is now available, with articles on corporations as moral agents, the impact of human rights on judicial disagreement in the UK, the evolution of EU antitrust policy and conservation covenants, notes on stalking protection orders and cases on Hong Kong dissidents and UK concepts of ‘reasonable offers’, a review article on international legal history and book reviews on new works from global health governance to preventive criminal law to negligence.
January Issue now up
The January Issue of the Modern Law Review is now available, with Robin West’s Chorley Lecture, ‘Consent, Legitimation, and Dysphoria’ and articles on the definition of rape, the Bank Charter Act 1844, human rights and Northern Irish policing, and post-Brexit financial governance, notes on new roles for the executive in UK environmental regulation and cases covering customised goods and services and closed material procedures, a review essay on regulating the gig economy, and book reviews covering new releases on human rights and socio-economic justice, blockchain technology, austerity Britain, life imprisonment, Muslims in common law courts, and private military and security companies.
November Issue now available
The November Issue of the Modern Law Review is now available, with articles on reason-giving in administrative law, new theories of regulation, social credit systems and the human rights of victims in domestic abuse cases, notes on voyeurism legislation and cases on vehicle insurance and green zones, and reviews of books on topics from metaethics in constitutional adjudication to civil disobedience to non-conventional copyright.