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VOLUME VII, ACADEMIC YEAR 2021–2022

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

Co-Editors-in-Chief, Cambridge Law Review 

TOWARDS A CLEARER EXPRESSION OF THE INTERNAL POINTS OF VIEW OF JUDGES IN SOCIO-ECONOMIC RIGHTS ADJUDICATION: LESSONS FROM ENGLISH AND HONG KONG LAW
Thomas Yeon LLB (Durham); LLM (LSE)
Benny Chung BA (Berkley); JD (CUHK); BCL (Oxon)
(2022) 7(1) Camb Law Rev 1-32

JUMPING INTO THE SPAC RACE: PROTECTING THE UK RETAIL INVESTOR
Akanksha Maria Paul LLM (LSE)
(2022) 7(1) Camb Law Rev 33-56

TETHERING THE CRYPTO-ASSET MARKET: THE REGULATION OF STABLECOINS IN THE EUROPEAN UNION AND UNITED STATES
Desiree van Iersel LLM (Tilburg)
(2022) 7(1) Camb Law Rev 57-85

FINDING A HOME: THE DEVELOPMENT OF HIMALAYA CLAUSES IN ENGLAND AND CANADA
Mary Ppasiou LLM Candidate (Western University)
(2022) 7(1) Camb Law Rev 86-120

COLLECTIVE BARGAINING TRENDS IN NIGERIA: LIVING UP TO THE INTERNATIONAL LABOUR ORGANISATION (ILO) STANDARDS?
 Samson Faithful Obiora BL Candidate (Nigerian Law School)
(2022) 7(1) Camb Law Rev 121-154

DISTRIBUTIVE JUSTICE AS A FUNCTION OF CONTRACT LAW
John (Ching Jack) Choi BCL Candidate (Oxon); LLB (UCL)
(2022) 7(1) Camb Law Rev 155-167

THE RETAINED EU JURISDICTION TO SUSPEND REMEDIES IN ENGLISH AND WELSH LAW: R(OPEN RIGHTS GROUP AND THE3MILLION) V SECRETARY OF STATE FOR THE HOME DEPARTMENT AND SECRETARY OF STATE FOR DIGITAL, CULTURE, MEDIA, AND SPORT [2021] EWCA CIV 1573
Samuel Willis GDL (City Lond); MPhil (Cantab); BA (Cantab)
Lord Denning Scholar, Lincoln's Inn; Student at the Inns of Court College of Advocacy
(2022) 7(1) Camb Law Rev 168-180

FRONT MATTER | EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION TO VOLUME VII, ISSUE 2
Andreas Samartzis, Ph.D. candidate, University of Cambridge
Editor-in-Chief, Cambridge Law Review 
 

 

THE NORTHERN IRELAND PROTOCOL: A LONG-TERM SOLUTION TO THE ECONOMIC, LEGAL, AND POLITICAL IMPACTS OF BREXIT ON NORTHERN IRELAND?
Scott Morrison, LLM (Durham)
(2022) 7(2) Camb Law Rev 1-27

 

'LEGITIMATE' PROTEST IN EUROPEAN HUMAN RIGHTS LAW: A CRITICAL RECONSTRUCTION
Mythili Mishra, Advocate (India); LLB (LSE); BA (Delhi University)
(2022) 7(2) Camb Law Rev 28-55
 

A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE SCOTTISH GOVERNMENT'S DRAFT GENDER RECOGNITION REFORM (SCOTLAND) BILL AND ITS ADHERENCE TO THE UN CONVENTION ON THE ELIMINATION OF ALL FORMS OF DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN
Esther Hodges, LLM (Edinburgh)
(2022) 7(2) Camb Law Rev 56-71
 

AN ASSESSMENT OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE UNFAIR PREJUDICE REMEDY IN UK COMPANY LAW: HOW CAN WE GUARANTEE APPROPRIATE JUDICIAL DISCRETION?
Ziyuan Li, LLM (Bristol)
(2022) 7(2) Camb Law Rev 72-102
 

A NECESSARY SHIFT FROM SHAREHOLDER PRIMACY TOWARD STAKEHOLDER-CONSCIOUS GOVERNANCE IN LIGHT OF CORPORATE SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSIBILITY
Sophie Treacy, BCL (Oxon)
(2022) 7(2) Camb Law Rev 103-118
 

THE STRANGE SAGA OF COMPENSATORY TAXES: CHARTING A WAY OUT OF INDIA'S MAZE OF DOCTRINAL UNCERTAINTY
Rishabh Jain, BA LLB (National Law University, Delhi)
(2022) 7(2) Camb Law Rev 119-133
 

JUSTICE SHORTCHANGED? REDRAWING THE ETHICAL BOUNDARIES OF LIFTED JUDGMENTS FOLLOWING CRINION V IG MARKETS LTD [2013] EWCA CIV 587
Shen-Way Chong, Barrister (Gray's Inn); LLB (Liverpool)
(2022) 7(2) Camb Law Rev 134-146
 

ASSUMPTIONS OF IRRESPONSIBILITY: LIABILITY FOR OMISSIONS FOLLOWING TINDALL V CHIEF CONSTABLE OF THAMES VALLEY
Sam Pearce, BA (Cantab)
(2022) 7(2) Camb Law Rev 147-152
 

DICHOTOMY BETWEEN JURISDICTION AND ADMISSIBILITY: ILLUMINATING THE TWILIGHT ZONE - BTN V BTP [2021] 1 SLR 276
Joel Soon, LLB (Singapore Management University)
(2022) 7(2) Camb Law Rev 153-167
 

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