Conference Papers and Abstracts

Plenary Papers

Forty years of EU law in the United Kingdom and Ireland by Dr. John Temple Lang (PDF)

Papers and abstracts are catalogued by Subject Section, and are available below the Section's programme.

Number of Papers: 67. Number of Abstracts: 218. Number of Posters: 21.

Recently Added Abstracts

A step too far? A normative examination of the scope within drug discovery of positive indigenous rights in traditional therapeutic knowledge. by Peter S. Harrison,.
Mapping cybercrime: the power of money by Audrey Guinchard.
Rescripting the Sovereign Debt Regime:The HIPC Framework and New Normative Values in the Governance of Third World Debt by Celine Tan .
Legal Analysis of Microtrade by Y.S. Lee .
Integrating Non-Investment Considerations in Investment-Treaty Arbitration A Procedural and Institutional Perspective by Eric De Brabandere.
Hybrid Liability of Intelligent Systems by Anniina Huttunen.
Liability of Internet Intermediaries for Defamatory Speech –An Inquiry into the Concepts of ‘Publication’ and ‘Innocent Dissemination by Jan Oster*.
A Right To Be Hypocritical? Consistency And The Public Morals Exception In Gatt Art XX(a) by Bruce Wardhaugh.
Defamatory Meaning, Community Perspectives and Standards by Gary Chan.
The ‘legalisation’ of European airport slot exchange: abuses of dominance in slots? by Steven Truxal.
Maritime Regulation in the Gulf States: The GCC as a Vehicle for Global Action by Hattan Timraz.
The Reception of the neighbour principle by Keith Stanton.
Technical Regulations and Standards under the WTO Agreement on Technical Barriers to Trade [Abstract] by Arwel Davies?.
The dilemma of orphan works in museums and galleries: The impact of the current EU Directive on certain uses of orphan works by Ghufran Sukkaryeh.
Severance of Exemption clauses by Sandra Booysen.

Recently Added Papers

Liability of Internet Intermediaries for Defamatory Speech –An Inquiry into the Concepts of ‘Publication’ and ‘Innocent Dissemination’ by Jan Oster.
Liability of Internet Intermediaries for Defamatory Speech – An Inquiry into the Concepts of ‘Publication’ and ‘Innocent Dissemination’ by Jan Oster.
Disintegration of The State Monopoly on Dispute Resolution - How Should We Preceive State Sovereignty in The ODR Era? by Riikka Koulu.
Hybrid Liability of Intelligent Systems by Anniina Huttunen.
Are techlaw principles in the ascendancy? by Graham Smith.
Mapping Cybercrime:The Power Of Money by Audrey Guinchard.
Efficiency and Systemic Fairness in Registered Land Title Conflict Regimes by Simon Cooper.
Banks as contributors towards sustainable development: Bolstering their contribution via regulatory measures by Matthew Weedon*.
VAT Coordination In SADC: Challenges by Puseletso Letete.
Re-examining Illegality in Restitution:a reason to deny restitution, or to grant it? by Niamh Connolly.
Transfer of undertakings and insolvency proceedings regulation , a comparison among Italian and UK discipline by Giuseppe Sigillò Massara.
‘Good Faith Good Law’ by Francois du Bois.
The Relationship Between Mitigation and Contributory Negligence’ by Andrew Dyson.
‘Building on the Blocs: An Examination of What Trading Bloc to Trading Bloc Treaties Could Look Like’ by C John Taylor.
Re-examining Illegality in Restitution:a reason to deny restitution, or to grant it? by Niamh Connolly.

Recently Added Posters

‘A comparative study of automatically renewable contracts in European jurisdictions’ by Timothy.J. Dodsworth and Christopher Bisping.
Whistleblowing and Regulatory Enforcement against Food Businesses by Ashley Savage, and Richard Hyde,.
Thinking Transnationally: Improving The Law on Public Participation in Environmental Decision-Making in Nigeria by Uzuazo Etemire.
International Environmental Law and Postcolonial Landscapes:Continuing A Paradigm of Restrictive Conservation? by Jennifer Kelleher.
Causation in Medical Manslaughter:A Suitably Stringent Test or an Obstacle to Justice? by Alexandra Mullock.
Assisted Suicide Human Rights and the Value of Life by Daniel Fenwick.
Whistleblowing and Regulatory Enforcement against Food Businesses by Ashley Savage, and Richard Hyde,.
Defamation’s ‘chilling effect’ by Judith Townend.
On The Edge Of Adulthood When does a child cease to be a child? by Rhona Smith and Sue Farran.
Welsh Devolution and the Supreme Court by Manon George.
Establishing the Rule of Law in Iraq: Judicialisation of the Constitution between Rights and Structural Protection by Majida S Ismael .
Comparative Law in the House of Lords and Supreme Court by Keith Stanton.
Comparative Law in the House of Lords and Supreme Court by Keith Stanton.
Are there guerrillas in my garden? Contemporary engagements with land which challenge conceptions and perceptions of property by Sue Farran.
The right to health,what does that mean? by ClaireLougarre.

Subject Sections Programme

Section A

Banking and Finance
Comparative Law
Criminal Justice
EU and Competition Law
Intellectual Property
Jurisprudence
Legal Education
Legal History
Maritime
Media and Communications
Open A
Property and Trusts
Public
Torts

Section B

Civil Liberties and Human Rights
Company
Contract, Commercial and Consumer
Cyberlaw
Environmental
Family
International Law
Labour
Medical
Migration law
Open B
Practice, Profession & Ethics
Restitution
Tax

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