The articles featured in these earlier issues cover a wide range of legal subjects, such as the origins of the euro as the European single currency; the impact of the Human Rights Act; financial regulation following the collapse of Lehman Bros; privacy; and Scottish devolution, and have renewed relevance and topicality.
- The Court’s role in life and death decisions
- How psychological research on consciousness can enlighten the criminal law
- Legal personality of the EU
- Privacy and celebrity, parts One and Two
- Proportionality and the Human Rights Act
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