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VOLUME IV, ACADEMIC YEAR 2018–2019

 

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FRONT MATTER | EDITORS' INTRODUCTION TO VOLUME IV, ISSUE 1
Jared Kang, BA (Hons) (Cantab)

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

 

THE FAIR TRIAL RIGHTS OF ACCUSED PERSONS FOUND
'UNFIT TO PLEAD AND STAND TRIAL' IN THE HONG KONG SPECIAL ADMINISTRATIVE REGION

Andra Le Roux-Kemp, BA LLB LLD (Stell), CML BMus (UNISA)
Assistant Professor, School of Law, City University Hong Kong

(2019) 4(1) Camb Law Rev 1

A CONCEPT OF PERSONAL AUTONOMY FIT FOR CONTRACT LAW

Diogo Tapada dos Santos, MJur (Oxon)

Junior Associate, Linklaters LLP (Lisbon), Guest Lecturer in Civil Procedure (University of Lisbon)

(2019) 4(1) Camb Law Rev 32

THE SCOPE AND LEGAL EFFECT OF CHOICE OF LAW IN INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION

Dominic Npoanlari Dagbanja, BA LLB (Ghana), LLM (Pacific), PhD (Auckland)

Lecturer in Law, University of Western Australia

(2019) 4(1) Camb Law Rev 59

THE DESTINATION-BASED CORPORATION TAX: A SOLUTION TO FORMALISM IN SOURCE-BASED TAXATION?

Shaun Matos, BA (Cantab), LLM (UCL) (Candidate)

(2019) 4(1) Camb Law Rev 94

EVALUATING THE NEED TO REFORM NORTHERN IRELAND'S ABORTION LAW FROM A HUMAN RIGHTS PERSPECTIVE
Zoe Louise Tongue, LLB LLM (Warwick)

(2019) 4(1) Camb Law Rev 121

LEGAL PERSONAL OF GANGA AND ECOCENTRISM: A CRITICAL REVIEW

Palash Srivastav, LLB (National Law School of India University) (Candidate)

(2019) 4(1) Camb Law Rev 151

CHRISTIAN DIVORCE LAW IN PAKISTAN: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE

Muhammad Zubair Abbasi

Assistant Professor, Lahore University of Management Sciences

(2019) 4(1) Camb Law Rev 169

 

CRIMINAL JURISDICTION OVER THE INTERNET: 
JURISDICTIONAL LINKS IN THE CYBER ERA

Dominik Zając, PhD

Assistant Professor at the Department of Criminal Law of the Jagiellonian University in Krakow

(2019) 4(2) Camb Law Rev 1

REGULATING VIRTUAL CURRENCY PAYMENT SYSTEMS

Sijuade Animashaun, LLB (LASU), BL, LLM (University of Glasgow)

Research Assistant at the University of Glasgow

(2019) 4(2) Camb Law Rev 29

OLD IS SOMETIMES BETTER:
THE CASE FOR USING EXISTING LAW TO FACE THE CHALLENGES OF THE DIGITAL AGE

Riccardo de Caria, PhD (Turin), LLM (LSE)

Assistant Professor, University of Turin, Italy

(2019) 4(2) Camb Law Rev 68

PUNISHING ATROCITY CRIMES: A RECONCEPTUALISATION

Shahram Dana, PhD (Maastricht)

Senior Lecturer at Griffith Law School and DirectorLaw Futures Scholarly Roundtable Series at the Law Futures Centre, Griffith University, Australia

Former United Nations legal officer in the Office of the Prosecutor at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia

Commissioner on the Torture Inquiry and Relief Commission

(2019) 4(2) Camb Law Rev 83

IN THE LIGHT OF DIFFERENT NATIONAL CIRCUMSTANCES: 
EQUITY UNDER THE PARIS AGREEMENT

Elkanah Oluwapelumi Babatunde, PhD (Candidate) (University of Cape Town)

(2019) 4(2) Camb Law Rev 105

SUMANGALI SYSTEM: IS THE TRUTH UGLY?

Yamuna Menon, B.A., LLB (Hons) (Candidate) (National Law School of India University)

(2019) 4(2) Camb Law Rev 138

JUSTICE, JURISDICTION, AND R (ON THE APPLICATION OF PRIVACY INTERNATIONAL)

Owen Alexander Sparkes, MPhil (Cantab) (Candidate), BA (Hons) (Dunelm), GDL (London)

(2019) 4(2) Camb Law Rev 148

VEDANTA RESOURCES v LUNGOWE
A PRE-EXISTING POCKET OF NEGLIGENCE, OR A NOVEL SCENARIO?

Tan Jin Hsi Gabriel, BA (Law) (Cantab) (Candidate)

(2019) 4(2) Camb Law Rev 176

PERSONAL INJURY, AUTONOMY, AND JOHNSON MATTHEY

Brian Ip, BA (Jurisprudence) (Oxon) (Candidate)

(2019) 4(2) Camb Law Rev 185