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VOLUME 8, ACADEMIC YEAR 2022–2023

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FRONT MATTER | EDITORIAL (ISSUE 1)
The Editorial Board, Cambridge Law Review
 

THE GUILTY (SILICON) MIND: BLAMEWORTHINESS AND LIABILITY IN HUMAN-MACHINE TEAMING
Brendan Walker-Munro, Senior Research Fellow, Law and Future of War Research Group, The University of Queensland; JD, PhD
Zena Assaad, Senior Research Fellow, School of Engineering, Australian National University; BAeroEng, PhD
(2023) 8(1) Cambridge Law Review 1–24

DOES THE UNITED KINGDOM NEED THE 'BREXIT FREEDOMS BILL'?
Amy Appenteng Daniels, LLM (LSE), LLB (SOAS)
(2023) 8(1) Cambridge Law Review 25–40

TOWARDS AN IDEA OF DIGITAL ASSET OWNERSHIP
Kan Jie Marcus Ho, BA (Hons) (Law) (Cantab), LLM (Harvard), MCIT candidate (UPenn)
(2023) 8(1) Cambridge Law Review 41–71

A QUESTION NOT FOR THE COURTS TO ANSWER: A THEMATIC ANALYSIS OF THE RECENT JURISPRUDENCE OF THE GERMAN FEDERAL CONSTITUTIONAL COURT AND THE AUSTRIAN CONSTITUTIONAL COURT THROUGH THE LENS OF THE POLITICAL QUESTION DOCTRINE 
Clara Valeria Kammeringer, BA (Maastricht)
(2023) 8(1) Cambridge Law Review 72–103

BUILDING A BRIDGE TO A CULTURE OF JUSTIFICATION: GUIDELINES FOR DESIGNING THE STANDARD OF PROPORTIONALITY IN INDIA
Rudraksh Lakra, BA, LLB Candidate, Jindal Global Law School
(2023) 8(1) Cambridge Law Review 104–132

STRENGTHENING WOMEN'S RIGHT TO PROPERTY ACQUIRED DURING MARRIAGE: A STUDY OF GHANA'S LEGAL FRAMEWORK
Priscilla Akua Vitoh, PhD candidate, University of Warwick; BA, LLB, LLM (BPP)
(2023) 8(1) Cambridge Law Review 133–151

ARTISTIC EXPRESSION AT RISK: THE OVERLAP OF SOUND MARK PROTECTION AND PHONOGRAM PROTECTION IN EU IP LAW
Rémi Saidane, LLM candidate, University of Cambridge; LLB (Maastricht)
(2023) 8(1) Cambridge Law Review 152–177

FRONT MATTER | EDITORIAL (ISSUE 2)
The Editorial Board, Cambridge Law Review

HOSTIS HUMANI GENERIS: UNIVERSAL JURISDICTION IN ENGLISH CRIMINAL LAW
Mischa Gureghian Hall, Keck Fellow, UCLA; Research Fellow, Promise Institute for Human Rights, UCLA School of Law
(2023) 8(2) Cambridge Law Review 1–30

SINKING STATES, SUNKEN STATEHOOD? THE RECOGNITION OF SUBMERGED STATES UNDER INTERNATIONAL LAW
Sarah Lok, LLB candidate, LSE
(2023) 8(2) Cambridge Law Review 31–55

THE SUPREME COURT IN GUEST V GUEST: REMEDIAL MYSTERIES IN PROPRIETARY ESTOPPEL
Raiff Kai Andrews, LLB (The University of Buckingham)
(2023) 8(2) Cambridge Law Review 56–69

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