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VOLUME 9, ACADEMIC YEAR 2023–2024

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FRONT MATTER | FOREWORD (ISSUE 1)
Wednesday Eden, Ph.D. candidate, University of Cambridge
Editor-in-Chief, Cambridge Law Review

(2024) 9(1) Cambridge Law Review iii 

A STUDY OF THE LEGAL IMPLICATIONS OF TIME DILATION IN ACCORDANCE WITH EINSTEIN'S THEORY OF SPECIAL RELATIVITY
Dr Alexander Simmonds
Lecturer in Space Law and Employment Law, University of Dundee; Barrister of the Inner Temple

(2024) 9(1) Cambridge Law Review 1–27

PROTECTING CLIMATE MIGRANTS THROUGH REGIONAL POLICIES: TIME TO MOVE BEYOND INTERNATIONAL TREATY LAW
Divyanshu Sharma, BA LLB (Hons) candidate, National Law University Delhi
(2024) 9(1) Cambridge Law Review 28–51

AMBIGUITY IN NATIONAL SECURITY POWERS UNDER THE UK'S NATIONAL SECURITY AND INVESTMENT ACT 2021: IMPLICATIONS FOR EXECUTIVE ACCOUNTABILITY AND JUDICIAL REVIEW
Louis Holbrook
Paralegal, Charity and Social Enterprise Department, Bates Wells; BA (University of Bristol), MA (University of Sheffield)

(2024) 9(1) Cambridge Law Review 52-78

ALL THAT GLITTERS IS NOT GOLD: THE REGULATION OF STABLECOINS UNDER THE MICA REGULATION—BETWEEN INNOVATION AND RISK MITIGATION
Sarah Cichon, LLM candidate (King's College London)
First State Examination (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin), Maîtrise en droit in European Law (Université Paris-Panthéon-Assas)

(2024) 9(1) Cambridge Law Review 79–99

ANTI-CORRUPTION CLAUSES IN TRANSNATIONAL PETROLEUM CONTRACTS: A TAXONOMY
Azar Mahmoudi, DCL candidate (McGill University)
LLB (University of Tehran), BA (University of Tehran), LLM (University of Richmond), LLM (McGill University)

(2024) 9(1) Cambridge Law Review 100-136

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