ISSUES

 

VOLUME VII, ACADEMIC YEAR 2021–2022

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issue ii
 

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

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