ISSUES

 

VOLUME V, ACADEMIC YEAR 2021–2022

issue ii

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FRONT MATTER | EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION TO VOLUME V, ISSUE 1
Andreas Samartzis and Alec Thompson, Ph.D. candidates, University of Cambridge

Co-Editors-in-Chief, De Lege Ferenda 

 

THE SHADOW PANDEMIC AND ACCESS TO JUSTICE: A CRITICAL ASSESSMENT OF THE ENGLISH AND WELSH LEGAL REGIME'S EFFECTIVENESS IN TACKLING DOMESTIC ABUSE
Maisie Ng LLB (LSE)
(2022) 5(1) De Lege Ferenda 1-19

ROBO ADVISORS: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS IN THE CONTEXT OF FIDUCIARY LAW
Kan Jie Marcus Ho LLM Candidate (Harvard); BA (Cantab)
Ma Chao Jun Bachelor of Business Management Candidate (Singapore Management University)

(2022) 5(1) De Lege Ferenda 20-34

IN SEARCH OF A PRINCIPLED APPROACH: ARTICLE 6(1) ECHR AND ADMINISTRATIVE DECISIONS THROUGH THE LENS OF UK HOUSING ASSISTANCE
Georgina Pressdee LLM Candidate (LSE); BA (Cantab)
(2022) 5(1) De Lege Ferenda 35-53

THE END OF THE ROAD? EQUITABLE EASEMENTS AS OVERRIDING INTERESTS UNDER SCHEDULE 3 PARAGRAPH 2 OF THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT 2002
Fred Halbhuber JD Candidate (Yale); BA (Cantab)
(2022) 5(1) De Lege Ferenda 54-65

LEGITIMACY AND LEGALITY WITHIN THE SEAT AND DELOCALISATION THEORY OF INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION
Gustavo Yanez LLM (Durham); LLB (Essex)
(2022) 5(1) De Lege Ferenda 66-83

SHIKHA ROY V JET AIRWAYS: A NEW APPROACH TO ALGORITHMIC COLLUSION
Afif Khan BA LLB Candidate (Aligarh Muslim University)
Shifa Qureshi BA LLB Candidate (Aligarh Muslim University)

(2022) 5(1) De Lege Ferenda 84-98

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