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Should People in the Minimally Conscious State have a (recognised) Right to Reassessment?
(Lawtext publishing, 2016)
Developments in medical sciences mean that more people survive serious brain injuries than in previous years. Nevertheless, some survivors are left with protracted or permanent severely disordered consciousness. Expert ...
Horses socially constructed as ‘non-human athletes’: Consequences for anti-doping and other sports regulatory matters
This paper discusses socio-legal research which was carried out as part of a doctoral thesis nearing completion entitled ‘Horses for Courses’: An analysis of equine sports regulation and disciplinary procedures regarding ...
Rethinking Property Law modules: putting theory into practice
(Taylor & Francis, 2016-07-26)
Property Law modules have a number of deficiencies at present. This article outlines the problems associated with Property Law modules, including the perception that Property Law is a difficult and boring module to study; ...
The Three Graces of End of Life Decisions: Law, Faith and Belief
This paper considered the impact of the law, religion and belief and end of life decisions.
Constitutional and administrative law
(Oxford University Press, 2016)
Enforcing Human Rights at End of Life: Is there a Better Approach?
Medical Law Concentrate. Revision guide
(Oxford University Press, 2016-08-04)
A medical law study and revision guide for law students looking for extra marks in their exams using clear, succinct coverage of the fundamental principles.
The Warrandices Implied in the Sale of a Claim to Payment
(Juridical Review, 2016)
This paper examines the content and scope of the guarantees of title and quality implied the sale of a claim to payment in Scots law, with occasional references to comparative perspectives for French and German law. The ...
Challenging Executive Inertia Relating to Environmental Laws: A Recent South African Experience
(Sweet & Maxwell, 2016-01)