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21 January 2019

Biological Explanations of Criminal Behavior

Walking the line: Balancing access to research and protecting prisoners

20 January 2019

The Effects of Electoral Incentives on Fiscal Policy: Evidence from a Legislative Change at the Local Government Level

19 January 2019

The development and status of forensic anthropology in India: A review of the literature and future directions

The Interpretation of Article 121(3) of UNCLOS by the Tribunal for the South China Sea Arbitration: A Critique

18 January 2019

Achieving Cumulative Progress in Understanding Crime: Some Insights from the Philosophy of Science

Understanding Crime: A Multilevel Approach

The stickiness of norms

Developing Competition Law For Collusion By Autonomous Artificial Agents†

Standard of Conduct or Standard of Review? Examination of an African Business Judgment Rule under South Africa's Companies Act 71 of 2008

Towards a national strategy for managing fixated persons in Australia

17 January 2019

Pursuing and Reimagining the International Rule of Law Through International Investment Law

16 January 2019

A mixed-methods study of police experiences of adults with autism spectrum disorder in Canada

An NHS Trust and others v Y and another [2018] UKSC 46: Reducing the Role of the Courts in Treatment Withdrawal

15 January 2019

From fragile to smart consumers: Shifting paradigm for the digital era

The South African TRC as Neoliberal Reconciliation: Victim Subjectivities and the Synchronization of Affects

Book Review: Happy Abortions: Our Bodies in the Era of Choice

R v Hall and the changing perceptions of the crime of bigamy

A law-and-community approach to compensation for takings of property under the European Convention on Human Rights

Validity and Enforceability of Customary Law in Nigeria: Towards a Correct Delimitation of the Province of the Courts

Friends with benefits: Case significance, amicus curiae, and agenda setting on the U.S. Supreme Court

Fiscal rules and structural reforms

Salience and the Severity versus the Certainty of Punishment