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VOLUME 3, ACADEMIC YEAR 2017–2018

Volume III

EDITORS' INTRODUCTION TO THE THIRD VOLUME OF THE CAMBRIDGE LAW REVIEW
Yen Jean Wee, BA (Hons) (Cantab), BCL (Oxon)

Editor-in-Chief, Cambridge Law Review (Volume 3)

JEKYLL AND HYDE CREDITORS: THE STRANGE CASE OF FUTURE AND CONTINGENT DEBTS
Paulina Fishman, BComm LLB (Hons) (Monash), MSt (Oxon)
(2018) 3 Cambridge Law Review 1-19

FEEDING DECISIONS AT THE END-OF-LIFE: LAW, ETHICS AND EMOTIONS
Kirsty McKenzie, BSc (Hons) (City University), MA (KCL)
Highly Specialist Speech and Language Therapist, Lishman Unit, Bethlem Royal Hospital
(2018) 3 Cambridge Law Review 20-52

ACCESS TO LEGAL ADVICE: SHOULD PACE GO FURTHER OR TAKE A STEP BACK?
Clinston Chiok, LLB (Hons) (Nott), LLM (Cantab)
(2018) 3 Cambridge Law Review 53-65

THE RIGHT TO TRANSLATION AND INTERPRETATION IN CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS:
PROVIDING A COMMON CODE BETWEEN THE DEFENDANT AND THE COURT
Chara Chioni-Chotouman, LLB (Hons) LLM (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens)
PhD Candidate in Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
(2018) 3 Cambridge Law Review 66-85

DATA CATALYSIS, INFORMATIONAL VIOLENCE, AND THE DENATURALISATION OF THE NATURAL PERSON
Asad Rizvi, LLB (Hons) LLM candidate (Birkbeck College, University of London)

(2018) 3 Cambridge Law Review 86-107

MNCs AND THE HUMAN RIGHTS REGULATORY CHALLENGE: 
A CRITIQUE OF 'INTEGRATED THEORY OF REGULATION' AND THE CASE FOR A POSSIBLE ALTERNATIVE
Samuel E Ojogbo, LLB (LASU), LLM (Western), PhD (Nott)
Lecturer in Law, Benson Idahosa University
(2018) 3 Cambridge Law Review 110-143

TOWARDS GREATER LEGAL PROTECTION FOR MEDICAL-HUMANITARIAN NGOs IN SITUATIONS OF ARMED CONFLICT
Elizabeth Rose Donnelly , LLB LLM, MA (Cantab)
(2018) 3 Cambridge Law Review 144-173

THE APPLICABILITY TO DISPUTE SETTLEMENT OF MOST FAVOURED NATION CLAUSES
IN INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT AGREEMENTS
Alperen Afşin Gözlügöl, BA (Bilkent University), LLM (Cantab)
(2018) 3 Cambridge Law Review 174-192

DISPUTE SETTLEMENT IN THE WORLD TRADE ORGANISATION:
MOVING TOWARDS AN ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF STARE DECISIS
Jia Ying Lim, LLB candidate (Singapore Management University)
(2018) 3 Cambridge Law Review 193-211

GATT ARTICLE XXI: TRADE SANCTIONS AND THE NEED TO CLARIFY THE SECURITY EXCEPTIONS
Henry Federer, BA (Western), JD candidate (Queen's University)
(2018) 3 Cambridge Law Review 212-233

THE PRICE OF TEA IN CHINA:
ANALOGUE PRICE METHODOLOGY IN ANTI-DUMPING INVESTIGATIONS AFTER
THE EXPIRY OF SECTION 15(a)(ii) OF CHINA'S TWO ACCESSION PROTOCOL
Josephine Williams, BA (Wellesley College), JD (UCLA)
(2018) 3 Cambridge Law Review 234-255

A TURBULENT ORIGIN AND AN UNCERTAIN LEGACY:
THE SEPARATION OF POWERS IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA
Blake Arthur James Van Santen, BA MA (Western Ontario), JD (Queen's University)
(2018) 3 Cambridge Law Review 256-287

CAUTION—"DO NOT CROSS": 
DRAWING A PERIMETER ON POLICE DECEPTION
Alexis Wilt, BA JD candidate (Florida State)
(2018) 3 Cambridge Law Review 288-315

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