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Attack of the Clones: Problematising Equine Sports Integrity Regulation On the Ascendancy of the Genetically Copied Athlete
(Lawtext Publishing, 2018-03-15)
Cloned horses are already here and competing; this article considers in turn, both the challenges and the unprecedented opportunities for the development of human athlete regulation that the current participation of cloned ...
Child Abuse and Public Inquiry Methodologies
This chapter examines the development of public inquiries into child abuse and the various policy processes and methods deployed to support them. It contains two central propositions: firstly, that the ongoing Independent ...
A Focus Group Content Analysis Study Exploring Cultural and Faith Based Values at End of Life
This case explores the values that were considered to be centrally important by South Asian migrants at end of life. A qualitative approach was used with focus groups as the data collection tool. South Asians were selected ...
Merry and McCall Smith’s Errors, Medicine and the Law
(Journal of Legal Medicine, 2018)
Several years ago Alan Merry and Alexander McCall Smith became deeply concerned by the fact that morally innocent persons could be convicted of manslaughter due to an event that did not involve moral culpability. This ...
A rights-based proposal for managing faith-based values and expectations of migrants at end of life illustrated by an empirical study involving South Asians in the UK
International migration is an important issue for many high-income countries and is a situation that is accompanied by opportunities, as well as challenges. South Asians are the largest minority ethnic group in the United ...
Social Dialogue and the Regulatory Power of Sports Governing Bodies
EU Social Dialogue is an institutionalised set of procedural arrangements that can be used to establish a supranational governance in a broad range of policy fields. Sector Social Dialogue constitutes a platform for European ...
Constitutional and administrative law
(Oxford University Press, 2018)
The Continuing Chronology of Confusion: Crime Prevention, Welfare and the Why of Youth Justice
International human rights law states that child well-being must be paramount. The aims of the Youth Justice System in England and Wales should reflect this, but the present system fails to do so as its aims are various ...
Recognition of UK Insolvency Proceedings Post-Brexit: The Impact of a ‘No Deal’ Scenario
This paper examines the impact of a ‘no deal’ or ‘hard’ Brexit on the recognition of insolvency proceedings commenced in the UK by the remaining Member States of the European Union (‘EU’) post-Brexit. The paper considers ...
The Impact of Brexit on Cross-Border Restructurings
In June 2016, the inconceivable happened. After a campaign dominated by xenophobia, misrepresentations, chicanery, outright lies and fear-mongering, the British public voted by a thin margin in a referendum to leave the ...