September 2021 now available
The September Issue of the Modern Law Review is now available, with articles on homelessness legislation, the blockchain, collective action for platform-based workers, trans and gender-diverse people under international human rights law and the abuse of law in English contract law. Case notes cover new decisions on trafficked persons, the overpaid tax litigation and illegality in tort post-Patel. A review essay examines a new book on judicial private law remedies, and book reviews cover new titles on topics from international legal theory to constituent power to a First Nations ‘Voice to Parliament’ in the Australian Constitution.
Professor Hugh Collins Chorley Lecture, 'Fat Cats, Production Networks and the Right to Fair Pay' will be held on 20 October 2021
We are delighted that Professor Hugh Collins postponed Chorley Lecture will be held on Wednesday 20th October 2021 starting at 6pm. The title of his lecture is ‘Fat Cats, Production Networks, and the Right to Fair Pay’. Due to restrictions on live public events at the LSE this year we will be holding the event at the Royal College of Surgeons (adjacent to LSE), The View, 6th Floor, 38-43 Lincoln’s Fields, London, WC2A 3PE.
Hugh Collins FBA is the Cassel Professor of Commercial Law at the London School of Economics. He studied law at the University of Oxford and Harvard Law School. He was formerly Professor of English Law at LSE (1991-2013) and the Vinerian Professor of English Law at All Souls College Oxford (2013-19). He has published books in the fields of employment law, contract law, human rights, and legal theory. His current research is concerned with the application of principles of justice to relations at work.
Please reply to: Amanda Tinnams (email@example.com) if you would like to attend the lecture.
July 2021 now up
The July Issue of the Modern Law Review is now available, with articles on corruption in procurement, new theories of the presumption of innocence and of judicial review as delegation, and empirical analyses of anti-money laundering regulations and judicial impartiality standards. Legislation notes cover the Stewardship Code, and cases examine new decisions on unconscionability in arbitration clauses and police surveillance and automatic facial recognition in Wales. Reviews cover books on justice in transactions and short reviews on titles covering theories of possession to a history of intellectual property through objects to the philosophical foundations of labour law, and many others.