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Is social media challenging the authority of the judiciary? Rethinking the effectiveness of anonymised and super injunctions in the age of the internet
While freedom of expression has a long and well-established constitutional foundation as a self-governing concept, the right to privacy is a relatively recent norm in the constitutional orientation of the United Kingdom. ...
The Best Approach to Adverse Possession, and the Decline of Factual Possession
An article exploring the decline of factual possession since the R. (on the application of Best) v The Chief Land Registrar.
Legal Risk Management, Governance & Compliance - Interdisciplinary Case Studies from Leading Experts
(Globe Law and Business, 2016-10-31)
Charting key cases that have occurred internationally over the past two decades, the case-study companion-volume to Wild and Weinstein’s Guide to Best Practice provides the next level of critical analysis and legal commentary ...
Refining the traditional flipped-classroom model to optimise student performance on undergraduate degree programmes
A paper which advocates the use of online lectures and face-to face workshops, together with an innovative third element – the skills-based face-to-face lecture – which is designed to improve and enhance students’ critical ...
Criminal copyright proposals: are they appropriate in the information era?
There has been an increasing tendency to implement criminal IP provisions into UK law. Much of the pressure for this has come from the European Union, since the majority of its member states have existing IP systems which ...
Ex ante governance controls on non-executive director self-interest: empirical evidence on multiple directorships 2006-2010 in the UK
Formal independence of non-executive directors should not be used as a mask for a potential problem of self-interest, as it can occur in many forms. While laws regulate more severe forms of self-interest, little attention ...
The Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF): Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?
The UK government’s Green Paper, ‘Fulfilling Our Potential: Teaching Excellence, Social Mobility and Student Choice’, presents both significant challenges and opportunities for universities. Whilst the quantitative element ...
Turned on, tuned in, but not dropped out: Enhancing the student experience with popular social media platforms
The days of a static paper-based noticeboard or wall-mounted cork board located in the hallways of University Schools and Departments is a thing of the past. However, the need and desire of students to stay ‘turned on and ...
Interpreting the Doctrine of Legitimate Expectations in WTO Jurisprudence in its Application to Compulsory Licences
This paper attempts a critical examination of the doctrine of legitimate expectations in relation to non-violation complaints with a view to underlining its doctrinal significance for developing countries to justify the ...