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Climate change effects on human rights
(Springer Nature, 2019-08-14)
The climate change effects on human rights, are the consequences of climate change and climate change adaptation strategies on the enjoyment of human rights as guaranteed by International human rights instruments. Climate ...
De-Criminalising Adolescent to Parent Violence Under s 76 Serious Crime Act 2015
(Sage Publishing, 2019-10-09)
This article questions the appropriateness of including adolescent to parent violence (APV) within the elements of a criminal offence designed to criminalise domestic violence and abuse (DVA). The offence, s. 76 Serious ...
'Show me your horse and I will tell you who you are': Brexit, a chance to acknowledge animal sentience in law.
(Denning Law Journal - The University of Buckingham Press Journals, 2019-12-31)
The ‘Great Repeal Bill’ was designed to bring all existing European Union (EU) law into UK law at the point of the country’s departure from the EU on 29th March 2019. At this time a so called ‘Hard Brexit’, with no agreement ...
Africa’s Participation in International Economic Law in the 21st Century: An Introduction (Special Issue)
This is the introduction to the Manchester Journal of International Economic Law Symposium Issue based on selected papers presented at the Fourth Biennial Conference of the African International Economic Law Network at ...
“Nature”, “Quality” and Mens Rea - Some Observations on “Defect of Reason” and the First Limb of the M’Naghten Rules
(Sweet & Maxwell, 2020-07-01)
This article discusses both “defect of reason” and the first limb of the M’Naghten Rules in order to explore the relationship of both to that of general mens rea. In doing so it explores some cases from one of my empirical ...
The Evidential Value of Electronic Communications Data in Rape and Sexual Offence Cases
(Sweet and Maxwell, 2020)
Contemporary Issues in Marriage Law and Practice in Qatar
(HAWWA Journal of Women of the Middle East and Islamic World, 2020-12-01)
This paper discusses changing marriage practices in modern day Qatar, drawing on empirical data gathered in a socio-legal study involving interviews with individual citizens and residents about their marriage and family ...
Non-Legally Binding Muslim Marriages in England and Qatar: Circumventing the State
(Electronic Journal of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law, 2020-05-15)
Marriage and relationship norms are changing globally. The state’s role in administrating marriages and relationship breakdown is coming under mounting stress due to the increasing manifestation of differing relationship ...
International Economic Law in the Global South and COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted all facets of human relations on a magnitude not witnessed in the post-World War II era. Due to the interdependence of countries in the international system, it is not surprising that ...