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VOLUME IV, ACADEMIC YEAR 2020–2021

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FRONT MATTER | EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION TO VOLUME IV, ISSUE 1
Despoina Georgiou, Ph.D. candidate, University of Cambridge

Editor-in-Chief, De Lege Ferenda 

CRYPTOCURRENCIES AS PROPERTY: SOLVING THE RIDDLE
Marco Montanaro
LL.B candidate (Politics, Philosophy and Law), King's College London
Chiara Sarti
BSc candidate (Mathematics), King's College London

(2021) 4(1) De Lege Ferenda 1-18

PROTECTION OF POLITICAL LIBERTY IN THE BRITISH EMPIRE: BEHIND THE DOUBLE-EDGED SWORD
Mathias Baudena
LL.B, London School of Economics
(2021) 4(1) De Lege Ferenda 19-29

THE BUNDESVERFASSUNGSGERICHT IN PSSP: A LEGAL AND PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT WITH A VIEW TO THE FUTURE
Richard Avinesh Wagenländer
B.A Jurisprudence candidate, University of Oxford
(2021) 4(1) De Lege Ferenda 30-47

CULTURAL RELATIVISM AND THE SABARIMALA JUDGEMENT
Jyotsna Vilva
LL.B (Hons), National Law School of India University
(2021) 4(1) De Lege Ferenda 48-60

BULLETS AND BALLOTS IN BANGLADESH: DOES THE BANGLADESHI GOVERNMENT'S USAGE OF COERCION AND CO-OPTATION BREACH ARTICLE 25 OF THE INTERNATIONAL COVENANT ON CIVIL AND POLITICAL RIGHTS?
Imran Dewan
B.A of Security Studies with a B.A of Laws (Hons), Macquarie University
(2021) 4(1) De Lege Ferenda 61-91

WHO WILL WATCH THE WATCHMEN? EVALUATING THE PROSECUTION REVIEW COMMISSION IN JAPAN
Margarita Avramtcheva
B.A, Leiden University
(2021) 4(1) De Lege Ferenda 92-111

 

FRONT MATTER | EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION TO VOLUME IV, ISSUE 2
Despoina Georgiou, Ph.D. candidate, University of Cambridge

Editor-in-Chief, De Lege Ferenda 

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND INTERNATIONAL LAW: TOWARDS A NEW ACCOUNTABILITY FRAMEWORK
Nirmalya Chaudhuri
LL.B, West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences
(2021) 4(2) De Lege Ferenda 1-18

PLANNING CHALLENGES AND ENVIRONMENTAL CLAIMS BY INTERESTED PARTIES UNDER AARHUS: STILL PROHIBITIVELY EXPENSIVE?
Giselle Vega
LL.B, University of Exeter
(2021) 4(2) De Lege Ferenda 19-31

BALANCING PRIVATE PROPERTY AND THE COMMON GOOD: IS THE IRISH CONSTITUTION A BARRIER TO RENT CONTROL?
Daniel Mooney
LL.B, Maynooth University
(2021) 4(2) De Lege Ferenda 32-46

HOW ANTE-NUPTIAL AGREEMENTS PERPETUATE MALE DOMINANCE: A CRITICAL FEMINIST ANALYSIS OF RADMACHER V GRANATINO [2010] UKSC 42
Beatrix Mosey
LL.B, University of Birmingham
(2021) 4(2) De Lege Ferenda 47-62

HORIZONTAL ENFORCEMENT OF QUEER RIGHTS IN INDIA: A CONSTITUTIONAL SOLUTION
Satyajit Bose
LL.B, National Law School of India University
Rhea Paul

LL.B, National Law School of India University
(2021) 4(2) De Lege Ferenda 63-89

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