March Issue now available
The March Issue of the Modern Law Review is now available, with articles covering blockchain regulation, law review citation cartels, the use of statistical evidence, and legislation throughout the EU, legislation notes examining the 2018 EU Withdrawal Bill and the Charter of Fundamental Rights, case notes covering UKSC decisions on Wrotham Park damages and the meaning of ‘damage’ in tort jurisdiction matters, and book reviews on a ‘value of choice’ theory of private law and Scottish criminal evidence laws.
January Issue now online
The January Issue of the Modern Law Review is now available, with the 2018 Chorley Lecture, ‘The Publius Paradox’, articles covering concurrent liability and Euclidean contract theory, legislation notes on UK abortion law reforms since 2016 and homelessness reforms, case notes on free speech and the common intention constructive trust, a review essay on legal pluralism theory, and review of books on topics ranging from consumer redress laws to German public law to common law judicial review.
November Issue available now
The November Issue of the Modern Law Review is now available online, with articles examining sentencing guidelines on guilty pleas, an institutional turn for contract interpretation, British misunderstandings around sovereignty, notes evaluating the UK Modern Slavery Act and data privacy case law at the EU, and reviews of new books on topics ranging from contract damages to registered partnerships to the dialogue between history and law.