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    Oxford Journal of Legal Studies

    Oxford Journal of Legal Studies


    2000, Vol.20                 2010, Vol.30

    2001, Vol.21                 2011, Vol.31

    2002, Vol.22                 2012, Vol.32

    2003, Vol.23                 2013, Vol.33

    2004, Vol.24                 2014, Vol.34

    2005, Vol.25                 2015, Vol.35

    2006, Vol.26                  2016, Vol.36

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    Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, 2000, Vol.20

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    P Birks

    Rights, wrongs, and remedies

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 1-37

    G Lamond

    The coerciveness of law

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 39-62

    E Palmer

    Resource allocation, welfare rights- mapping the boundaries of judicial control in public administrative law

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 63-88

    AL Young

    Fact, opinion, and the human rights act 1998: does English law need to modify its definition of 'statements of opinion' to ensure compliance with article 10 of the European convention on human rights?

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 89-107

    E Fisher

    Drowning by numbers: standard setting in risk regulation and the pursuit of accountable public administration

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 109-130

    NW Barber

    Sovereignty re- examined: the courts, parliament, and statutes

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 131-154

    I Maher

    Re- imaging the story of European competition law

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 155-166

    GILLIAN S MORRIS

    Employment in Public Services: The Case for Special Treatment

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 167-183

    ERIC J MITNICK

    Constitutive Rights

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 185-204

    HANOCH SHEINMAN

    Contractual Liability and Voluntary Undertakings

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 205-220

    JOHN ALDER

    Dissents in Courts of Last Resort: Tragic Choices?

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 221-246

    Jonathan Harris

    Contractual Freedom in the Conflict of Laws

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 247-269

    Cacile Fabre

    The Dignity of Rights

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 271-282

    William Lucy

    What is Wrong with Ideology?

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 283-300

    Anne Barron

    Spectacular Jurisprudence

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 301-315

    PETER VINCENT-JONES

    Contractual Governance: Institutional and Organizational Analysis

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 317-351

    ANDREW HALPIN

    Clamshells or Bedsteads?

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 353-366

    C A RILEY

    Designing Default Rules in Contract Law: Consent, Conventionalism, and Efficiency

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 367-390

    RAYMOND YOUNGS

    Cold Neutrality? A Comparison of the Standards of the House of Lords with those of the German Federal Constitutional Court

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 391-406

    ROSAMUND SCOTT

    The Pregnant Woman and the Good Samaritan: Can a Woman have a Duty to Undergo a Caesarean Section?

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 407-436

    A C L DAVIES

    Don't Trust Me, I m a Doctor: Medical Regulation and the 1999 NHS Reforms

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 437-456

    HARM SCHEPEL

    Reconstructing Constitutionalization: Law and Politics in the European Court of Justice

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 457-468

    ARDI IMSEIS

    Law, Reality, and the Oslo "Peace" Process

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 469-476

    DAVID CAMPBELL

    Reflexivity and Welfarism in the Modern Law of Contract

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 477-498

    CHRISTOPHER McCRUDDEN

    Common Law of Human Rights?: Transnational Judicial Conversations on Constitutional Rights

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 499-532

    PETER CANE

    Mens Rea in Tort Law

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 533-556

    MINDY CHEN-WISHART

    Unjust Factors and the Restitutionary Response

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 557-577

    P MARKWICK

    Law and Content- Independent Reasons

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 579-596

    JULIA BLACK

    Proceduralizing Regulation: Part I

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 597-614

    CHRISTIAN WITTING

    Justifying Liability to Third Parties for Negligent Misstatements

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 615-643

    RICHARD MULLENDER, ALISTAIR SPEIRS

    Negligence, Psychiatric Injury, and the Altruism Principle

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 645-666

    COLIN HARVEY

    Contesting Legality

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 667-672

    JOANNA PERKINS

    Ripstein on Euality, Responsibility, and the Law

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 673-682

    ARTHUR RIPSTEIN

    Private Law and Private Narratives

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 683-701

    DAVID DYZENHAUS

    Positivism's Stagnant Research Programme

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 703-722

    Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, 2001, Vol.21

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    BRIAN Z. TAMANAHA

    Socio- Legal Positivism and a General Jurisprudence

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 1-32

    JULIA BLACK

    Proceduralizing Regulation: Part II

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 33-58

    JOHAN STEYN

    Pepper v Hart; A Re- examination

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 59-72

    JOHN ARMOUR, SANDRA FRISBY

    Rethinking Receivership

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 73-102

    SIMON WHITTAKER

    Public and Private Law- making: Subordinate Legislation, Contracts and the Status ofصStudent Rules

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 103-128

    GERRY CROSS

    A Theory of Impartial Justice

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 129-144

    PETER L. LINDSETH

    "Weak" Constitutionalism? Reflections on Comitology and Transnational Governance in the European Union

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 145-163

    HANS LINDAHL

    Sovereignty and the Institutionalization of Normative Order

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 165-180

    JOHN EEKELAAR

    Family Law: The Communitarian Message

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 181-192

    Simon Whittaker

    Judicial Review in Public Law and in Contract Law: The Example of Student Rules

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 193-217

    Andrew Bainham

    Men and Women Behaving Badly: Is Fault Dead in English Family Law?

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 219-238

    Susan Barkehall Thomas

    Goodbye Knowing Receipt. Hello Unconscientious Receipt

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 239-265

    Lusina Ho, P. St. J. Smart

    Re- interpreting the Quistclose Trust: A Critique of Chambers' Analysis

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 267-285

    John Morison

    Democracy, Governance and Governmentality: Civic Public Space and Constitutional Renewal in Northern Ireland

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 287-310

    Susan Bright

    Liability for the Bad Behaviour of Others

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 311-330

    S.A. Farrar

    Myths and Legends: An Examination of the Historical Role of the Accused in Traditional Legal Scholarship; a Look at the 19th Century

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 331-353

    Richard H. S. Tur

    Defeasibilism

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 355-368

    N. W. Barber

    The Academic Mythologians

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 369-380

    Alan Ware

    Taking Electoral Politics to the United States Supreme Court

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 381-392

    Kevin Williams

    Medical Samaritans: Is There A Duty To Treat?

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 393-413

    Jenny Steele

    Participation and Deliberation in Environmental Law: Exploring a Problem solving Approach

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 415-442

    Christian Witting

    National Health Service Rationing: Implications for the Standard of Care in Negligence

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 443-471

    Dori Kimel

    Neutrality, Autonomy, and Freedom of Contract

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 473-494

    Victor Tadros

    The Characters of Excuse

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 495-519

    Margaret DeMerieux

    Deriving Environmental Rights from the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 521-561

    Neil Walker

    All Dressed Up

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 563-582

    Rebecca Williams

    Unjust Enrichment and European Community Law

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 583-591

    Robert Colley

    Mid Victorian Employees and the Taxman: A Study in Information Gathering by the State in 1860

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 593-608

    Kenneth Einar Himma

    Bringing Hart and Raz to the Table: Coleman's Compatibility Thesis

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 609-627

    David Enoch

    Once You Start Using Slippery Slope Arguments, You're on a Very Slippery Slope

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 629-647

    Veronica Rodriguez Blanco

    Genuine Disagreements: A Realist Reinterpretation of Dworkin

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 649-671

    Matthew H. Kramer

    Dogmas and Distortions: Legal Positivism Defended

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 673-701

    David Dyzenhaus

    Caveat Reviewer

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 703-704

    Bob Simpson

    The Changing Face of British Collective Labour Law

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 705-717

    Neil Duxbury

    Signalling and Social Norms

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 719-736

    Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, 2002, Vol.22

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Andrew Burrows

    We Do This At Common Law But That In Equity

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 1-16

    Brian Simpson

    The Devlin Commission (1959): Colonialism, Emergencies, and the Rule of Law

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 17-52

    Gary Edmond

    Constructing Miscarriages of Justice: Misunderstanding Scientific Evidence in High Profile Criminal Appeals

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 53-89

    James Morauta

    Rights and Participatory Goods

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 91-113

    Paul Mitchell, John Phillips

    The Contractual Nexus: Is Reliance Essential?

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 115-134

    Dora Kostakopoulou

    Floating Sovereignty: A Pathology or a Necessary Means of State Evolution?

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 135-156

    Adam Tomkins

    In Defence of the Political Constitution

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 157-175

    Michael Wilkinson

    Constituting Europe: Flexibility or Finalite

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 177-187

    Angel R. Oquendo

    Deliberative Democracy in Habermas and Nino

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 189-226

    Michael Taggart

    Gardens or Graveyards of Scholarship? Festschriften in the Literature of the Common Law

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 227-252

    Lori A. Ringhand

    Concepts of Equality in British Election Financing Reform Proposals

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 253-273

    Wojciech Sadurski

    Judicial Review and the Protection of Constitutional Rights

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 275-299

    David Wood

    Retribution, Crime Reduction and the Justification of Punishment

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 301-321

    Jonathan Rose

    Doctrinal Development: Legal History, Law, and Legal Theory

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 323-340

    Lucia Zedner

    Dangers of Dystopias in Penal Theory

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 341-366

    John Tasioulas

    From Utopia to Kazanistan: John Rawls and the Law of Peoples

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 367-396

    Gerrit Betlem

    The Doctrine of Consistent Interpretation Managing Legal Uncertainty

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 397-418

    Anthony Ogus

    The Economic Basis of Legal Culture: Networks and Monopolization

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 419-434

    Simone Degeling

    A New Reason for Restitution: The Policy against Accumulation

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 435-461

    Richard H. S. Tur

    Time and Law

    No.3, Summer

    pp. 463-488

    Tony Honore

    The Necessary Connection between Law and Morality

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 489-495

    John Eekelaar

    Judges and Citizens: Two Conceptions of Law

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 497-516

    Bronwen Morgan

    What is Right with Ideology?

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 517-538

    Paul Roberts

    On Method: The Ascent of Comparative Criminal Justice

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 539-561

    Oliver Gerstenberg

    The New Europe: Part of the Problem or Part of the Solution to the Problem?

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 563-571

    Penney Lewis

    Procedures that are Against the Medical Interests of Incompetent Adults

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 575-618

    Scott Hershovitz

    Wittgenstein on Rules: The Phantom Menace

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 619-640

    Emily Grabham

    Law v Canada: New Directions for Equality Under the Canadian Charter?

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 641-661

    Elizabeth Palmer

    Should Public Health be a Private Concern? Developing a Public Service Paradigm in English Law

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 663-686

    Rizwaan Jameel Mokal

    The Search for Someone to Save: A Defensive Case for the Priority of Secured Credit

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 687-728

    Jonathan Morgan

    Law's British Empire

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 729-746

    G.R. Sullivan

    Is Criminal Law Possible?

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 747-758

    Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, 2003, Vol.23

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Brian R. Cheffins

    Law as Bedrock: The Foundations of an Economy Dominated by Widely Held Public Companies

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 1-23

    Dale Smith

    The Use of Meta Ethics in Adjudication

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 25-47

    Dennis Klimchuk

    On the Autonomy of Corrective Justice

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 49-64

    Sarah Hannett

    Equality at the Intersections: The Legislative and Judicial Failure to Tackle Multiple Discrimination

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 65-86

    Allan Beever

    The Structure of Aggravated and Exemplary Damages

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 87-110

    Chris Miller

    Environmental Rights in a Welfare State? A Comment on DeMerieux

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 111-125

    David Bradley

    Comparative Law, Family Law and Common Law

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 127-146

    Colin Harvey

    Justice, Migration and Human Rights

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 147-156

    John Gardner

    The Mark of Responsibility

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 157-171

    Adam Kramer

    Common Sense Principles of Contract Interpretation (and how we've been using them all along)

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 173-196

    James Allan

    A Modest Proposal

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 197-210

    Samantha Besson

    Four Arguments Against Compromising Justice Internally

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 211-241

    Ofer Raban

    Dworkin's Best Light Requirement and the Proper Methodology of Legal Theory

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 243-264

    Sir John Laws

    Beyond Rights

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 265-280

    Stefan Enchelmaier

    Supremacy and Direct Effect of European Community Law Reconsidered, or the Use and Abuse of Political Science for Jurisprudence

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 281-299

    Richard Mullender

    Tort, Human Rights, and Common Law Culture

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 301-318

    Deirdre Dwyer

    Beyond Autonomy: The Role of Dignity in Biolaw

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 319-331

    Robert Schutze

    Dynamic Integration Article 308 EC and Legislation in the Course of the Operation of the Common Market : A Review Essay

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 333-344

    Kenneth Einar Himma

    Trouble in Law's Empire: Rethinking Dworkin's Third Theory of Law

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 345-377

    Helen Power

    Towards a Redefinition of the Mens Rea of Rape

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 379-404

    Steven Greer

    Constitutionalizing Adjudication under the European Convention on Human Rights

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 405-433

    Thomas Poole

    Back to the Future? Unearthing the Theory of Common Law Constitutionalism

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 435-454

    Francesco Giglio

    A Systematic Approach to Unjust and Unjustified Enrichment

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 455-482

    Jeffrey Goldsworthy

    Homogenizing Constitutions

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 483-505

    Samantha Besson

    Human Rights, Institutional Duties and Cosmopolitan Responsibilities

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 507-523

    Luc B. Tremblay

    General Legitimacy of Judicial Review and the Fundamental Basis of Constitutional Law

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 525-562

    T. R. S. Allan

    Constitutional Dialogue and the Justification of Judicial Review

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 563-584

    Uma Suthersanen

    Copyright and Educational Policies: A Stakeholder Analysis

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 585-609

    Rex Ahdar

    Indigenous Spiritual Concerns and the Secular State: Some New Zealand Developments

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 611-637

    Catherine Mitchell

    Leading a Life of its Own? The Roles of Reasonable Expectation in Contract Law

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 639-665

    Ariel Porat, Alex Stein

    Indeterminate Causation and Apportionment of Damages: An Essay on Holtby, Allen, and Fairchild

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 667-702

    Alexander Somek

    On Delegation

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 703-709

    A. P. Simester, Winnie Chan

    On Tax and Justice

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 711-726

    Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, 2004, Vol.24

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Ronald Dworkin

    Hart's Postscript and the Character of Political Philosophy

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 1-37

    David Dyzenhaus

    The Genealogy of Legal Positivism

    No.1, SPRING

    pp. 39-67

    Mahmood Bagheri, Chizu Nakajima

    Competition and Integration among Stock Exchanges: The Dilemma of Conflicting Regulatory Objectives and Strategies

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 69-97

    Greg Taylor

    Concepts of Intention in German Criminal Law

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 99-127

    Janet McLean

    The Crown in Contract and Administrative Law

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 129-154

    Stefan Enchelmaier

    Four Freedoms, How Many Principles?

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 155-172

    Paul H. Robinson, John M. Darley

    Does Criminal Law Deter? A Behavioural Science Investigation

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 173-205

    Douglas Husak

    The Criminal Law as Last Resort

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 207-235

    Paul Craig

    The Common Law, Shared Power and Judicial Review

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 237-257

    Aileen Kavanagh

    The Elusive Divide between Interpretation and Legislation under the Human Rights Act 1998

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 259-285

    Cristobal Orrego

    H.L.A. Hart's Understanding of Classical Natural Law Theory

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 287-302

    Heather Lardy

    Is there a Right not to Vote?

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 303-321

    Phil Syrpis

    In Defence of Subsidiarity

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 323-334

    Geoffrey Samuel

    English Private Law: Old and New Thinking in the Taxonomy Debate

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 335-362

    Christopher McCrudden, Robert Ford, Anthony Heath

    Legal Regulation of Affirmative Action in Northern Ireland: An Empirical Assessment

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 363-415

    Nicholas J. McBride

    Duties of Care Do they Really Exist?

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 417-441

    Nils Jansen

    Duties and Rights in Negligence: A Comparative and Historical Perspective on the European Law of Extracontractual Liability

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 443-469

    Stephen Watterson

    An Account of Profits or Damages? The History of Orthodoxy

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 471-494

    Elizabeth Fisher

    The European Union in the Age of Accountability

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 495-515

    Hanoch Sheinman

    Are Normal Contracts Normal Promises?

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 517-537

    S. G. Williams

    Indeterminacy and the Rule of Law

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 539-562

    T.R.S. Allan

    Legislative Supremacy and Legislative Intent: A Reply to Professor Craig

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 563-583

    P.P. Craig

    Legislative Intent and Legislative Supremacy: A Reply to Professor Allan

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 585-596

    Peter Luther

    Fixtures and Chattels: A Question of More or Less...

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 597-618

    John Cahir

    The Withering Away of Property: The Rise of the Internet Information Commons

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 619-641

    John Murphy

    The Merits of Rylands v Fletcher

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 643-669

    Siobhan Mullally

    Feminism and Multicultural Dilemmas in India: Revisiting the Shah Bano Case

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 671-692

    Nicholas Bamforth

    Conceptions of Anti- Discrimination Law

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 693-716

    Kenneth Einar Himma

    Do Philosophy and Sociology Mix? A Non- Essentialist Socio- Legal Positivist Analysis of the Concept of Law

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 717-738

    Srdjan Cvijic, Lorenzo Zucca

    Does the European Constitution need Christian Values?

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 739-748

    Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, 2005, Vol.25

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    William Lucy

    The Possibility of Impartiality

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 3-31

    Christian Witting

    Duty of Care: An Analytical Approach

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 33-63

    Rick Bigwood

    Contracts by Unfair Advantage: From Exploitation to Transactional Neglect

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 65-96

    Margit Cohn

    Medieval Chains, Invisible Inks: On Non- Statutory Powers of the Executive

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 97-122

    Jeremy Horder

    Reshaping the Subjective Element in the Provocation Defence

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 123-140

    R.A. Duff

    Punishment, Dignity and Degradation

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 141-155

    N.W. Barber

    Professor Loughlin's Idea of Public Law

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 157-167

    Rebecca Probert

    The History of 20th- Century Family Law

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 169-181

    Martin Loughlin

    Constitutional Theory: A 25th Anniversary Essay

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 183-202

    Peter Cane

    The Anatomy of Private Law Theory: A 25th Anniversary Essay

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 203-217

    Richard A. Epstein

    The Not So Minimum Content of Natural Law

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 219-255

    Gopal Sreenivasan

    A Hybrid Theory of Claim- Rights

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 257-274

    Roger Bowles, Michael Faure, Nuno Garoupa

    Forfeiture of Illegal Gain: An Economic Perspective

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 275-295

    Andrew Kull

    James Barr Ames and the Early Modern History of Unjust Enrichment

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 297-319

    Nico Krisch

    Europe's Constitutional Monstrosity

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 321-334

    Vanessa E. Munro

    Concerning Consent: Standards of Permissibility in Sexual Relations

    No.2, Summer

    pp. 335-352

    R. A. Duff

    Theorizing Criminal Law: a 25th Anniversary Essay

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 353-367

    Stefano Bertea

    The Arguments from Coherence: Analysis and Evaluation

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 369-391

    Peter Cane

    Taking Disagreement Seriously: Courts, Legislatures and the Reform of Tort Law

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 393-417

    Laurence Claus

    Montesquieu's Mistakes and the True Meaning of Separation

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 419-451

    Shazia Choudhry, Helen Fenwick

    Taking the Rights of Parents and Children Seriously: Confronting the Welfare Principle under the Human Rights Act

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 453-492

    Frederick Schauer

    The Social Construction of the Concept of Law: A Reply to Julie Dickson

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 493-501

    Leslie Green

    Three Themes from Raz

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 503-523

    Stanley L. Paulson

    The Theory of Public Law in Germany 1914- 1945

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 525-545

    Denise Reaume

    Comparing Theories of Sex Discrimination: The Role of Comparison

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 547-564

    Leslie Green

    General Jurisprudence: A 25th Anniversary Essay

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 565-580

    Neil Walker

    Legal Theory and the European Union: A 25th Anniversary Essay

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 581-601

    David Kershaw

    Lost in Translation: Corporate Opportunities in Comparative Perspective

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 603-627

    Stefan Vogenauer

    A Retreat from Pepper v Hart? A Reply to Lord Steyn

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 629-674

    Danny Priel

    Farewell to the Exclusive Inclusive Debate

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    Legitimacy, Rights and Judicial Review

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    Civilized Squatting

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    The Difficulty of Defining Property

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    Five Minutes of Legal Philosophy (1945)

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    On the Background and Significance of Gustav Radbruch s Post-War Papers

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    Entrenching Bills of Rights

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    H. L. Ho

    Similar Facts in Civil Cases

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    The Role of Parliamentary Intention in Adjudication under the Human Rights Act 1998

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    Alexander Gumbel

    Managerial Power and Executive Pay

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    The War Against Terrorism and the Rule of Law

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    Positivism, Idealism and the Rule of Law

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    Wielding Occam's Razor: Pruning Strategies for Economic Loss

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    Rethinking Interest Representation in the European Union

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    Many Duties of Care Or A Duty of Care? Notes from the Underground

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    Dworkin on the Semantics of Legal and Political Concepts

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    Pepper v Hart: A Footnote to Professor Vogenauer's Reply to Lord Steyn

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    Kit Barker

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    Stefan Vogenauer

    An Empire of Light? II: Learning and Lawmaking in Germany Today

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    Legal Positivism: Still Descriptive and Morally Neutral

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    Two Concepts of the Margin of Appreciation

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    Stateless Law: Kelsen's Conception and its Limits

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    Restructuring the Exercise of Prosecutorial Discretion in England

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    The Structure of Evidence Law

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    Pavlos Eleftheriadis

    The Idea of a European Constitution

    No.1, Spring

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    Neil Duxbury

    Jhering's Philosophy of Authority

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    Self- Control in the Modern Provocation Defence

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    Freedom of Assembly, Consequential Harms and the Rule of Law: Liberty-limiting Principles in the Context of Transition

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    Alison Kesby

    The Shifting and Multiple Border and International Law

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    Kenneth Einar Himma

    Just Cause You're Smarter than Me Doesn't Give You a Right to Tell Me What to Do: Legitimate Authority and the Normal Justification Thesis

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    John Stanton-Ife

    Strict Liability: Stigma and Regret

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    Nathan Gibbs

    Getting Constitutional Theory into Proportion: A Matter of Interpretation?

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    Arnald J. Kanning

    The Emergence of a European Private Law: Lessons from 19th Century Germany

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    Mike Redmayne

    Rethinking the Privilege Against Self- Incrimination

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    Dori Kimel

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    Sabine Michalowski

    Trial and Error at the End of Life No Harm Done?

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    Matthew H. Kramer, Hillel Steiner

    Theories of Rights: Is There a Third Way?

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    Adjudication and the Law

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    In Search of the Nature and Function of Fiduciary Loyalty: Some Observations on Conaglen's Analysis

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    Maksymilian Del Mar

    Legal Norms and Normativity

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    Is the Rule of Recognition Really a Conventional Rule?

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    Kevin Toh

    Raz on Detachment, Acceptance and Describability

    No.3, Autumn

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    Enterprise Liability: Justifying Vicarious Liability

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    Rethinking Injunctions in Tort Law

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    Oran Doyle

    Direct Discrimination, Indirect Discrimination and Autonomy

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    pp. 537-553

    Matthew H. Kramer

    Why The Axioms and Theorems of Arithmetic are not Legal Norms

    No.3, Autumn

    pp. 555-562

    Fiona Leverick

    Defending Self- Defence

    No.3, Autumn

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    Jules L Coleman

    Beyond the Separability Thesis: Moral Semantics and the Methodology of Jurisprudence

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    pp. 581-608

    Grant Lamond

    What is a Crime?

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    Mathew Boyle

    The Relational Principle of Trust and Confidence

    No.4, Winter

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    Mike Macnair

    Equity and Conscience

    No.4, Winter

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    Thaddeus Metz

    How To Reconcile Liberal Politics with Retributive Punishment

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    Sivaramjani Thambisetty

    Patents as Credence Goods

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    Taking Evil Seriously

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    Ruling or Overruled? The People, Rights and Democracy

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 757-774

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    Natural Law in Jurisprudence and Politics

    No.4, Winter

    pp. 775-794

    Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, 2008, Vol.28

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    Adrienne Stone

    Judicial Review Without Rights: Some Problems for the Democratic Legitimacy of Structural Judicial Review

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 1-32

    Michael Steven Green

    Does Dworkin Commit Dworkin's Fallacy?: A Reply to Justice in Robes

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    Morris J. Fish

    An Eye for an Eye: Proportionality as a Moral Principle of Punishment

    No.1, Spring

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    David Pearce, Roger Halson

    Damages for Breach of Contract: Compensation, Restitution and Vindication

    No.1, Spring

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    Chaim Saiman

    Restitution in America: Why the US Refuses to Join the Global Restitution Party

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 99-126

    John Oberdiek

    Specifying Rights Out of Necessity

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    Mathias M. Siems

    Legal Originality

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    Mark Henaghan

    The Normal Order of Family Law

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    Conor Gearty

    The Superpatriotic Fervour of the Moment

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    Jennifer M. Nadler

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    Beyond the Bottom Line: the Theoretical Aims of Moral Theorizing

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    D. J. Galligan

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    Offences and Defences Again

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    Bentham's Democracy

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    Debunking the Idea of Parliamentary Sovereignty: The Controlling Factor of Legality in the British Constitution

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    Welfare to Work: Myth and Fact, Social Inclusion and Labour Exclusion

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    pp. 797-817

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    Rosemary Pattenden

    Pre- verdict Judicial Fact- finding in Criminal Trials with Juries

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    Christopher M.V. Clarkson

    Attempt: The Conduct Requirement

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    Waldron, Waluchow and the Merits of Constitutionalism

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    Defending the Possibility of a Neutral Functional Theory of Law

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    Gary Chartier

    In Defence of the Anarchist

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    Power Politics and the Rule of Law: Shakespeare's First Historical Tetralogy and Law's Foundations

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    Gardner on the Philosophy of Criminal Law

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    Political Safeguards in Democracies at War

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    Manifesting Trust

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    Searching for the Long- Lost Soul of Article 82EC

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