Recent Submissions

  • Law across borders: introduction. 

    Arnell, Paul (Routledge, 2011-12-02)
    ARNELL, P. 2012. Law across borders: introduction. In Arnell, P. Law across borders: the extraterritorial applicaton of United Kingdom law. Abingdon: Routledge, pages 1-22.
    This book examines the application of UK Criminal and Human Rights Law to people and circumstances outside the United Kingdom. Building upon previous analyses which have focused on a single aspect of extraterritorially, ...
  • The Criminal Justice and Licensing (Scotland) Act Section 38: The implications of Paterson v Harvie. 

    Sharp, Laura (Sweet and Maxwell, 2016-06-28)
    SHARP, L. 2016. The Criminal Justice and Licensing (Scotland) Act Section 38: The implications of Paterson v Harvie. Juridical review, 2, pages 117-128. Available from: http://westlaw.co.uk
    Examines how the Scottish courts have interpreted the actus reus of the offence of behaving in a threatening or abusive manner, under the Criminal Justice and Licensing (Scotland) Act 2010 s.38, which was introduced after ...
  • Sustainability integration in corporate environments. 

    Ajide, Olushla; Onyejekwe, Chisa (Robert Gordon University. Aberdeen Business School, 2016-01-01)
    AJIDE, O. and ONYEJEKWE, C. (eds.) 2016. Sustainability integration in corporate environments. Working papers series, 9(1), special issue featuring revised papers from the 2014 RGU Institute for Management, Governance and Society research students conference.
    Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is the concept that companies should pursue a role in society that is above just profits. Companies are seen to be socially responsible when they align themselves with values such as: ...
  • Institutionalised ADR and access to justice: the changing faces of the Nigerian judicial system. 

    Faturoti, Bukola (Juta and the Centre for comparative law in Africa, 2014-08-02)
    FATUROTI, B. 2014. Institutionalised ADR and access to justice: the changing faces of the Nigerian judicial system. Journal of comparative law in Africa, 1(1).
    Many legal jurisdictions have come to the realisation of how judicial bureaucracies and rigidity have left many disputants disenchanted about the entire justice system. This article examines the responses of State Governments ...
  • A tale of two rights: mediating between P2P owners and digital copyright holders. 

    Faturoti, Bukola (UOC-Huygens Editorial http://edcp.uoc.edu/symposia/lang/es/idp2014/proceedings/?lang=en, 2014-07-03)
    FATUROTI, B. 2014. A tale of two rights: mediating between P2P owners and digital copyright holders. In Proceedings of the 10th international confrence on internet, law and politics (IDP 2014): a decade of transformations, 3-4 July 2014, Barcelona, Spain. Barcelona: UOC-Huygens Editorial [online], pages 97-116. Available from: http://edcp.uoc.edu/proceedings_idp2014.pdf
    The emergence of peer-to-peer file sharing technology revolutionises the discourse around copyright infringement. This new pirate of digital technology poses challenges not only to legal structures but it redefines tensions ...
  • Women's rights in Africa: an examination of African human rights systems in the context of CEDAW and the universalism versus cultural relativism debate. 

    Faturoti, Bukola (Juta, 2016-04-30)
    FATUROTI, B. 2016. Women's rights in Africa: an examination of African human rights systems in the context of CEDAW and the universalism versus cultural relativism debate. Journal of comparative law in Africa, 3(1), pages 149-176.
    Many African women suffer discrimination on the grounds of their gender and other factors, such as religion, customs, age and marital status. They continue to be victims of harmful practices whose perpetrators are never ...
  • Business identity theft under the UDRP and the ACPA: is bad faith always bad for business advertising? 

    Faturoti, Bukola (International Association of IT Lawyers http://jiclt.com/index.php/jiclt/article/view/226/223, 2015-05-01)
    FATUROTI, B. 2015. Business identity theft under the UDRP and the ACPA: is bad faith always bad for business advertising? Journal of international commercial law and technology [online], 10(1), pages 1-12. Available from: http://jiclt.com/index.php/jiclt/article/view/226/223
    Websites have provided a very strong platform for businesses to reach their customers. They surpass the regular billboards by providing portals through which transactions are conducted without any physical contacts between ...
  • Yukos case: background and the main themes. 

    Kotelnikov, Andrey (2015-10-29)
    KOTELNIKOV, A. 2015. Yukos case: background and the main themes. In Proceedings of the energy arbitration conference, 29 October 2015, Edinburgh, UK.
    Arbitral awards in investor-state disputes are often so extensively commented upon that, for those who take an interest in the area, it can become hard to say which is more voluminous - the actual case record or it's ...
  • The continuing refinement of habitual residence: R, petitioner. 

    Hill, David (Edinburgh University Press http://dx.doi.org/10.3366/elr.2016.0325, 2015-12-31)
    HILL, D. 2015. The continuing refinement of habitual residence: R, petitioner. Edinburgh law review [online], 20(1), pages 82-86. Available from: https://dx.doi.org/10.3366/elr.2016.0325
    The past two years have provided fertile ground for judicial consideration of habitual residence as a factor connecting a person to a specific legal jurisdiction. Since September 2013, the connecting factor has been ...
  • Resolving infrastructure-related construction disputes in developing countries: the Ghana experience. 

    Mante, Joseph (ARCOM http://www.arcom.ac.uk/-docs/proceedings/e9c239a312539d0ed43df45e055a2d32.pdf, 2015-09-07)
    MANTE, J. 2015. Resolving infrastructure-related construction disputes in developing countries: the Ghana experience. In Raiden, A. and Aboagye-Nimo, E. (eds.) Proceedings of the 31st annual Association of Researchers in Construction Management conference (ARCOM), 7-9 September 2015, Lincoln, UK. Lincoln: ARCOM [online], pages 73-82. Available from: http://www.arcom.ac.uk/-docs/proceedings/e9c239a312539d0ed43df45e055a2d32.pdf
    The last three decades have witnessed increased investment in infrastructure projects and construction activities in developing countries. Unfortunately, disputes often arise from such projects in developing countries that ...
  • Arbitration law in Qatar: the way forward. 

    Al-Obaidli, Jassim Mohammed A. A. (Robert Gordon University Aberdeen Business School. Law School., 2016-04)
    AL-OBAIDLI, J.M.A.A. 2016. Arbitration law in Qatar: the way forward. Robert Gordon University, PhD thesis.
    Qatar is among the fastest growing developing countries in all fields. Since the State of Qatar gained independence from the United Kingdom, the Qatari government has been focusing on the formation of state institutions ...
  • Mountain child: systematic literature review. 

    Audsley, Annie; Wallace, Rebecca M. M.; Price, Martin F. (Springer https://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10995-016-2051-8, 2016-07-11)
    AUDSLEY, A., WALLACE, R.M.M. and PRICE, M.F. 2016. Mountain child: systematic literature review. Maternal and child health journal [online], Online First. Available from: https://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10995-016-2051-8
    Objectives This systematic review identifies and reviews both peer-reviewed and 'grey' literature, across a range of disciplines and from diverse sources, relating to the condition of children living in mountain communities ...
  • Rape and sexual violence in war: establishment of a non-derogable norm? 

    Ezeani, Elimma C.; Jones, Rhian Elin (Royal University of Women, 2016-04-19)
    EZEANI, E. and JONES, R.E. 2016. Rape and sexual violence in war: establishment of a non-derogable norm? RUW conference on women and society, 19-20 April 2016, Royal University for Women, Kingdom of Bahrain.
    International rules and custom have not always out-rightly condemned and punished rape and sexual violence against women as a war crime. Its contemporary evolution under the jurisprudence of the International Criminal ...
  • Connecting with stakeholders: An investigation into the perspectives of university – educated youths on the barriers to employment and entrepreneurship in Nigeria. 

    Ezeani, Elimma C. (Nigeria Village Square. http://nigeriavillagesquare.com/forum/articles-comments/88940-university-employment-entrepreneurship-research-paper.html, 2015-04-30)
    EZEANI, E. C., 2015. Connecting with stakeholders: An investigation into the perspectives of university – educated youths on the barriers to employment and entrepreneurship in Nigeria. Available from Nigeria Village Square [online]. Available from: http://nigeriavillagesquare.com/forum/articles-comments/88940-university-employment-entrepreneurship-research-paper.html
    There is a gap with identifying what factors educated youths actually perceive as the barriers to their employment or entrepreneurship opportunities. In developing economies in particular, this question is certainly very ...
  • Anglo-American comparison of employers’ liability for discrimination in employment based on weightism. 

    Middlemiss, Sam; Downie, Margaret (The Equal Rights Trust., 2015-09)
    MIDDLEMISS, S. and DOWNIE, M., 2015. Anglo-American comparison of employers’ liability for discrimination in employment based on weightism. The Equal Rights Review, 15 (2015), pp. 87-111.
    This article analyses and compares research into discrimination based on weight (weightism) and the legal rules that cover it in the United Kingdom and the United States. Weightism is discrimination that is often based ...
  • Book review notes: Eleven good years for international commercial arbitration in Russia: the legacy of the Supreme Commercial Court. 

    Kotelnikov, Andrey (Supporting Academic Initiatives Foundation (LLCV. Em Publishing House) http://dx.doi.org/10.17589/2309-8678-2015-3-3-152-157, 2015)
    KOTELNIKOV, A., 2015. Book review notes: Eleven good years for international commercial arbitration in Russia: the legacy of the Supreme Commercial Court. Russian Law Journal, 3 (3), pp. 152-157.
  • Right to freedom of religion: a gendered difference. 

    Stuart, Alison (Faculty of Educational Studies, Adam Mickiewicz University http://gender-power.amu.edu.pl/JGP_Vol_3_No_1.pdf, 2015)
    STUART, A., 2015. Right to freedom of religion: a gendered difference. Journal of Gender and Power, 3 (1), pp. 25-66.
    This article critically analyses European jurisprudence to ascertain the extent to which the right to freedom of religion has been interpreted as a right of religion to internal autonomy. It asserts that women are being ...
  • Delivery of goods in the custody of a third party: operation and basis. 

    Anderson, Craig (Edinburgh University Press http://dx.doi.org/10.3366/elr.2015.0270, 2015-05)
    ANDERSON, C., 2015. Delivery of goods in the custody of a third party: operation and basis. Edinburgh Law Review, 19 (2), pp. 165-185.
    In this article, Craig Anderson examines the historical origins and current law of the Scottish rules concerning how delivery of goods in the custody of a third party may be validly effected by transferor to transferee. ...
  • Relationship problems. Employer’s liability for marital discrimination? 

    Middlemiss, Sam (SAGE http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1473779514564560, 2015-03)
    MIDDLEMISS, S., 2015. Relationship problems. Employer’s liability for marital discrimination? Common Law World Review, 44 (1), pp. 51-70.
    This paper involves analysis of the law covering discrimination in the workplace against workers who have entered into a formal marriage or a civil partnership, referred to here as ‘marital discrimination’. It also looks ...
  • The cost of kindness: voluntary workers and intern's rights under employment law. 

    Middlemiss, Sam (International Legal Platform., 2014)
    MIDDLEMISS, S., 2014. The cost of kindness: voluntary workers and intern's rights under employment law. International Journal of Business Law, 1, pp. 130-149.
    This article involves analysis of the employment rights of voluntary workers in the United Kingdom or more appropriately, their absence of rights. To emphasize the nature and extent of the problem for volunteers, a review ...

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