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VOLUME V, ACADEMIC YEAR 2019–2020

 

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FRONT MATTER | EDITORS' INTRODUCTION TO VOLUME V, ISSUE 1
Darius Ng, BA (Hons) (Cantab)

Nicole Chia, BA (Hons) (Cantab)

Editors-in-Chief, Cambridge Law Review (Volume V)

FREEDOM OF THE HIGH SEAS AND EXTENT OF COASTAL STATE JURISDICTION:

REFLECTIONS ON THE NORSTAR CASE

Vincent P. Cogliati-Bantz
Associate Professor, Auckland Law School

(2020) 5(1) Camb Law Rev 1

INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CORPORATE ENTITY

FOR COMPLICITY IN INTERNATIONAL CRIMES: A POLICY AND LEGAL CASE

Zhifeng Jiang

LLB (NUS), BA (Yale-NUS)

(2020) 5(1) Camb Law Rev 12

REIMAGINING PUNISHMENT FOR ATROCITY CRIMES:

AN INNOVATIVE SENTENCING FRAMEWORK FOR INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW

Dr. Shahram Dana

Senior Lecturer at Griffith Law School, Griffith University, Australia

(2020) 5(1) Camb Law Rev 49

VENTURING THROUGH THE PUBLIC-PRIVATE DIVIDE UNDER THE HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 1998:

SECTION 6(3)(B) AND THE CONCEPT OF ‘FUNCTIONS OF A PUBLIC NATURE’BASED TAXATION?

Thomas Yeon

Judicial Assistant, Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal (2020–2021)

(2020) 5(1) Camb Law Rev 79

THE NEXT CHAPTER OF ‘WRONGFUL LIFE’: CONCEPTS FOR ‘WRONGFUL SURVIVAL’ IN COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS

 Benedikt Bartylla

LL.B. (Candidate) at Bucerius Law School, Hamburg;

(2020) 5(1) Camb Law Rev 104

 

THE PROOF IS IN THE NUMBERS: AN ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF THE ENGLISH RULE OF NEMO DAT 

Lorenzo U. Meusburger

(2020) 5(2) Camb Law Rev 1

DAMAGES FOR LATE PAYMENT OF INSURANCE CLAIMS: A SATISFACTORY SOLUTION? 

Alexander Westin-Hardy
BA (Cantab), MPhil (Cantab)

(2020) 5(2) Camb Law Rev 31

AGENCY WORKERS: A LABOUR ANOMALY OR THE NEW NORM? 

Christy O’Neil

LLB (Lancaster) (Candidate)

(2020) 5(2) Camb Law Rev 44

THE CURIOUS CASE OF DOCTOR ULTRON: HOW WELL IS ENGLISH LAW CURRENTLY SUITED TO

MANAGE THE INHERENT RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH BLACK BOX AI MEDICAL DIAGNOSTICS?

Nikhil Dutt Sundaraj

BA (Hons) (Cantab)

(2020) 5(2) Camb Law Rev 58

AN EVALUATION OF THE NECESSITY OF INSURABLE INTEREST IN PROPERTY INSURANCE CONTRACTS

 Katrina Camacho

LLB (University College London), LLB (University of Hong Kong)

(2020) 5(2) Camb Law Rev 88

THE CHRONICLE EVOLUTION OF PREROGATIVE WRITS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM AND IN INDIA:

ARE PREROGATIVE WRITS IMMUNE FROM THE DOCTRINE OF DELAY AND LACHES?

Varun Varma

Counsel, Chambers of Mr. Atmaran N.S Nadkarni

(2020) 5(2) Camb Law Rev 114

AN AMERICAN CURE FOR AN ENGLISH WOE: TECHNOLOGY AND THE EXCLUSION OF IMPROPERLY OBTAINED EVIDENCE IN CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS IN ENGLAND AND WALESS?

Mohindhar Doodnauth
LLB (London), LLM candidate (Fordham)

(2020) 5(2) Camb Law Rev 139

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