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The role of non-traditional actors (NTAs) in the design of international economic agreements in the 21st century
Given the increased scrutiny and criticism which the multilateral trade system has faced about the legitimacy of its activities in recent years, this paper focuses on the debates surrounding the inclusiveness of global ...
The Deterrence Theory: A Case for Enhanced Enforcement of Directors' Duties
(Virtus Interpress, 2017)
This article is concerned with providing a justification for effective enforcement of directors’ duties. It aims to consider whether enforcement of directors’ duties is necessary. It argues that enforcement of directors’ ...
EU wildlife laws should be celebrated – and retained – not treated as red tape
(The Conversation, 2017-03-30)
This article discusses the approach to wildlife protection post-Brexit
Sentencing: R. v Ahmed (Saber Mohammed)
(Sweet & Maxwell, 2017-01-16)
Case Commentary dealing with s 45A of the Mental Health Act 1983.
A self-determination theory account of self-authorship: Implications for law and public policy
(Taylor & Francis, 2017-04-04)
Self-authorship has been established as the basis of an influential liberal principle of legislation and public policy. Being the author of one’s own life is a significant component of one’s own well-being, and therefore ...
The Impact of Corporate Governance on the Nigerian Banking Sector
(World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, 2017)
Recent global corporate failures have called for increase in the need to regulate corporate governance across the world. In Nigeria, the impact of corporate governance regulation in the banking sector has reached epidemic ...
Self-disclosure and self-deprecating self-reference: Conversational practices of personalization in police interviews with children reporting alleged sexual offenses
This article examines how police officers ostensibly reveal personal information about themselves in investigative interviews with children reporting their being victim of alleged sexual offenses. We identify two practices ...
Case Comment R v Golds
(Sweet & Maxwell, 2017-02-06)
A critical discussion of the Supreme Court's decision on diminished responsibility in R v Golds
Evidencing domestic violence, including behaviour that falls under the new offence of 'controlling or coercive behaviour'
IN 2015 an offence of 'controlling or coercive behaviour' was introduced under the Serious Crime Act, criminalising for the first time the non-physical abuse which so often occurs in the domestic context. This new offence ...
An exploration of perceptions of real-life suspects’ from the Asian Muslim community relating to the police interviewing practices in England
ABSTRACT In England and Wales, the ‘war on terror’ has been argued to impact adversely on existing race relations policies. New legislation (such as wide discretionary powers of stop and search and arrest under ...