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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 ...
European Union law
(CILEx Law School, 2014)
Can we have faith jurors listen without prejudice? Likely sources of inaccuracy in voice comparison exercises.
(Sweet and Maxwell, 2019)
This paper reviews the current law in respect of whether juries may permitted to listen to recordings of a suspect's voice with a view to undertaking an identification. It discusses the factors which impact upon the accuracy ...
(Pearson Education, 2014)
Lefebvre and Law: social justice, new technologies and the spatial imaginary
As the fluidity of contemporary social life has accelerated due to an ongoing process of social and technological transformation, there has been increasing interest in the work of Henri Lefebvre on the production of space ...
Lend Me Your Ears: An Analysis Of How Voice Identification Evidence Is Treated In Four Neighbouring Criminal Justice Systems
This article reviews the approaches taken by the courts to the admissibility of voice identification evidence in four jurisdictions; England and Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. Each jurisdiction ...
'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 ...