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VOLUME VI, ACADEMIC YEAR 2020–2021

 

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FRONT MATTER | EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION TO VOLUME VI, ISSUE 1
Despoina Georgiou, Ph.D. candidate, University of Cambridge

Editor-in-Chief, Cambridge Law Review 

CONSTITUTIONAL COURTS' ACTIVISM AND THE RELATION BETWEEN LAW AND POLITICS: A LEGAL THEORETICAL CONTRIBUTION
Mauro Zamboni
Professor in Legal Theory, Faculty of Law, Stockholm University
(2021) 6(1) Camb Law Rev 1-29

POSITIONING INDIGENOUS LAW IN THE LEGALLY PLURALISTIC STATE OF CANADA
Frankie Young
Assistant Professor, Western University
(2021) 6(1) Camb Law Rev 30-44

HAS COVID-19 UNLOCKED DIGITAL JUSTICE? ANSWERS FROM THE WORLD OF INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION
Domenico Piers De Martino 
Trainee Lawyer, MA in Law and Finance, University of Oxford
Dr. Katharina Plavec
PhD, University of Vienna; Master in Law and Finance (Distinction), University of Oxford

(2021) 6(1) Camb Law Rev 45-59

ILLEGAL AND INAPPROPRIATE EVIDENCE IN INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT LAW: BALANCING ADMISSIBILITY 
Aleksander Kalisz
Commercial dispute resolution paralegal and future pupil barrister at CANDEY (London)
(2021) 6(1) Camb Law Rev 60-96

REIMAGINING A CENTRALISED CRYPTOCURRENCY REGULATION IN THE US: LOOKING THROUGH THE LENS OF CRYPTO-DERIVATIVES
 Sangita Gazi
Ph.D. Candidate, Faculty of Law, University of Hong Kong
(2021) 6(1) Camb Law Rev 97-136

ARE INVOLUNTARY CREDITORS ADEQUATELY PROTECTED FROM THE ADVERSE IMPACT OF THE DOCTRINE OF LIMITED LIABILITY? AN ANALYSIS OF THE ORIGINS OF THE DOCTRINE AND ITS MODERN APPLICATION THROUGH THE PRISM OF INVOLUNTARY CREDITORS' PROTECTION
Mikołaj Kudlinski
Christ Church, University of Oxford; LLM, University of Edinburgh; LLB (Hons), University of Aberdeen

(2021) 6(1) Camb Law Rev 137-181

IRAQI KURDISH SELF-DETERMINATION: A PATHWAY TO SECESSION? SETTLING THE QUESTIONS OF APPLICATION AND SCOPE
Mohamed Elerian
Intern, United Nations Security Council Practices and Charter Research Branch; LLM, LSE
(2021) 6(1) Camb Law Rev 182-202

MARKING THE INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL LIMITS OF DISCRIMINATION LAW IN LEE V ASHERS BAKING COMPANY
Emily Mei Li Ho
LLM candidate, Harvard Law School; BA, University of Cambridge
(2021) 6(1) Camb Law Rev 203-235

WHAT HAPPENS IN THE JURY ROOM STAYS IN THE JURY ROOM: R V MIRZA, THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND COURTS ACT, AND THE PROBLEM OF RACIAL BIAS
Nicholas Goldrosen
MPhil Candidate, Institute of Criminology, University of Cambridge
(2021) 6(1) Camb Law Rev 236-262

SPANDECK: A RELATIONAL VIEW OF THE DUTY OF CARE
Soh Kian Peng
LLB (summa cum laude), Singapore Management University
(2021) 6(1) Camb Law Rev 263-290

 

FRONT MATTER | EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION TO VOLUME VI, ISSUE 2
Despoina Georgiou, Ph.D. candidate, University of Cambridge

Editor-in-Chief, Cambridge Law Review (Volume VI)

JUDICIAL ACTIVISM AND THE CONSTITUTIONAL IMPERATIVE: ADDRESSING THE ISSUE OF SPOUSAL PRIVILEGE UNDER THE NIGERIAN EVIDENCE ACT
Ayodele Morocco-Clarke
Professor of Law, Nile University of Nigeria
(2021) 6(2) Camb Law Rev 1-26

THE INEVITABLE INCONSISTENCY OF THE DEATH PENALTY IN INDIA
Pranav Verma
Assistant Professor, NALSAR University of Law
(2021) 6(2) Camb Law Rev 27-65

CLASH OF DILEMMAS: HOW SHOULD UK COPYRIGHT LAW APPROACH THE ADVENT OF AUTONOMOUS AI CREATIONS?
Oways A Kinsara
LLM, London School of Economics
(2021) 6(2) Camb Law Rev 66-88

INDIVIDUALS UNDER OBSERVATION: THE LAW RESPONDS TO (LIVE) FACIAL RECOGNITION TECHNOLOGY
Ana Rosenthal
LLM, Birkbeck, University of London
(2021) 6(2) Camb Law Rev 89-120

FACTORTAME-LIKE JUDICIAL STATUTE DISAPPLICATION AND DICEY'S CONSTITUTIONAL ORTHODOXY: A CASE FOR THEIR MUTUAL COMPATIBILITY
Vincent Lafortune
LLB, University College London
(2021) 6(2) Camb Law Rev 121-156

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