ISSUES.

 

VOLUME III, ACADEMIC YEAR 2019–2020

 

PARS RAM BROTHERS AND COMMERCIAL CERTAINTY: THE FUTURE OF THE ROLLING CHARGE

Luke Broadway

LL.B. Candidate (University of Exeter)

[2020] De Lege Ferenda 1

INTERPRETATIVE, ITERATIVE, AND KINDRED: IMPLICATION IN FACT AS CONTRACTUAL INTERPRETATION
Timothy Ke

LL.B. Candidate (University of Manchester)

[2020] De Lege Ferenda 21

THE GAMBIA V MYANMAR: PAVING THE YELLOW BRICK ROAD TO I

NTERNATIONAL ACCOUNTABILITY FOR THE CRIME OF GENOCIDE
Vatsal Raj

B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) (National Law University, Lucknow) (Candidate)

[2020] De Lege Ferenda 42

NON-REFOULEMENT IN INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW—INDIA’S LEGAL OBLIGATION TO PROTECT REFUGEES s

Snehal Dhote

B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) (Maharashtra National Law University, Mumbai) (Candidate)

[2020] De Lege Ferenda 57

ONG MING JOHNSON: A CALIBRATED APPROACH TO

(UN)TRANSFORMATIVE CONSTITUTIONALISM BY THE SINGAPORE HIGH COURT

 Harpreet Singh Gupta and Sahil Raveen

B.A. LL.B. (Hons.), National Law School of India University, Bangalore

[2020] De Lege Ferenda 76

REVISITING THE POTENTIAL FOR RESTORATIVE JUSTICE AT THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT:

A SEARCH FOR THEORETICAL JUSTIFICATIONS OF THE PRACTICE OF ICC URT

Abhiroop Saha and Surbhi Soni
B.A. LL.B. (NLSIU)

[2020] De Lege Ferenda 92

THE FAUX PAS IN MODERN COMPETITION LAW –

WALLED GARDENS, DATA SHARING AND ALGORITHMIC DECISION MAKING  COURT

Kan Jie Marcus Ho

B.A. (Law) (Cantab) (Candidate)

[2020] De Lege Ferenda 113