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Interpreter-Assisted Interviews: Examining Investigators’ and Interpreters’ Views on Their Practice
The investigative interviewing of victims, witnesses and suspects is one of the most frequent and important tasks undertaken by those conducting law enforcement investigations. Over the past 20 years or so, there has been ...
A Critical Reflection on Oyu Tolgoi and the Risk of a Resource Trap in Mongolia: Troubling the "Resource Nationalism" Frame
(Journal of Law, Social Justice and Global Development, 2014-02-12)
Commonly depicted as one of the final frontiers, Mongolia has gained international notoriety since the turn of the millennium for the discovery of an extensive mineral resource base, estimated to hold over U.S. $1 trillion ...
The next generation of legal expert systems-new dawn or false dawn?
Liberalism and Race Equality in Higher Education: The Shift from the Mandatory to the Persuasive
This paper examines a twenty year period to explore the salience of race equality in higher education in the UK. While research evidence accumulates to demonstrate that staff and students from minority ethnic groups continue ...
Mental Disability and the Right to Personal Liberty in Africa
(Taylor and Francis, 2017-05-19)
The African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights is leading an initiative to draft a disability protocol. This is particularly important for persons with mental disability as the draft protocol makes specific provisions ...
A contextualised historical account of changing judicial attitudes to polygamous marriage in the English courts
(Cambridge University Press, 2017-02-13)
Whilst much of the literature focuses on debating polygamy as a harmful practice, the purpose of this paper is to consider a different form of harm by exploring judicial responses to this relationship and the women who ...
Childhood in the digital age: a socio-cultural and legal analysis of the UK’s proposed virtual legal duty of care
(Oxford University Press, 2019-12-19)
In 2019, the UK government issued an ambitious White Paper as a precursor to the regulation of ‘online harms’. This article adopts a socio-cultural and legal approach to analysing the proposed law in the context of children. ...
Young Terrorists or Child Soldiers? ISIS Children, International Law and Victimhood
(Oxford University Press, 2020-01-23)
Since the Syrian conﬂict broke out, a signiﬁcant number of Western citizens travelled to the warzone to join the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). By common deﬁnitions, some of the persons travelled as ‘children’. ...