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Article 158(3) of the Hong Kong Basic Law and the Preliminary Reference Procedure of the European Union (2018)
Journal Article
Jiang, P., & Villalta Puig, G. (2018). Article 158(3) of the Hong Kong Basic Law and the Preliminary Reference Procedure of the European Union. Chicago journal of international law, 19(1), 1-29

This Article analyses the preliminary reference procedure under Article 158(3) of the Hong Kong Basic Law and its transplantation from Article 267 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union. Preliminary reference procedures require courts... Read More

Do constructive trusts deter disloyalty? (2018)
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Hicks, A. D. (2018). Do constructive trusts deter disloyalty?. Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly, 69(2), 147-173

Constructive trusts of disloyal fiduciary gain often are justified by the argument of deterrence. For there to be effective deterrence two conditions must be satisfied: first, potentially disloyal fiduciaries must be sufficiently informed, directly o... Read More

Civil disputes leading to crimes: A baseline study of terrorism affected North Western Pakistan (2017)
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Iqbāl, K. A., & Shah, N. (2017). Civil disputes leading to crimes: A baseline study of terrorism affected North Western Pakistan. Australian journal of Asian law, 18(1),

The article explores the relationship between civil disputes and private crimes in two districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, which is a hard hit area by terrorism and the war on terror. This article investigates if and why civil injustice may lead people... Read More

English as common legal language: Its expansion and the effects on civil law and common law lawyers (2017)
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Künnecke, M. (2017). English as common legal language: Its expansion and the effects on civil law and common law lawyers. European review of private law = Revue européenne de droit privé = Europäische Zeitschrift für Privatrecht, 24(5), 733-757

English has become the common language in a globalized legal world. However, the far-reaching consequences of the domination of key areas of the international practice of law by legal English are not yet fully understood and analysed. This article is... Read More

Bulgarian constitutionalism : challenges, reform, resistance and ... frustration (2016)
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Paskalev, V. (2016). Bulgarian constitutionalism : challenges, reform, resistance and ... frustration. European Public Law, 22(2), 203-224

The paper offers an analysis of Bulgarian constitutional development since 2001 and the impossibility of progressive reforms. It links the decline of quality of democracy with the decline of quality of public discourse.

The empirical approach to research in property law (2014)
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Whitehouse, L., & Bright, S. (2014). The empirical approach to research in property law. Property Law Review, 3(3), 176-185

This article offers an account of the unique characteristics, challenges and benefits of empirical legal research. The authors explain that empirical legal research involves the collection and observation of data through a variety of research techniq... Read More

Why Monitor Violent Websites? A Justification (2012)
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Haleva-Amir, S., & Cohen-Almagor, R. (2012). Why Monitor Violent Websites? A Justification. Beijing law review, 3(2), 64-71. https://doi.org/10.4236/blr.2012.32009

The authors argue that the international community should continue working together to devise rules for monitoring specific Internet sites, as human lives are at stake. Preemptive measures could prevent the translation of murderous thoughts into murd... Read More