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20 March 2019

Consequences of Tit‐for‐Tat Enforcement: Toward a Hippocratic Principle of Regulatory Implementation

Assessing the Impact of State Human Trafficking Legislation on Criminal Justice System Outcomes

A brief measure of the Triarchic Model of Psychopathy among community youths: Psychometrics and measurement invariance

Climate Assessment As An Emerging Obligation Under Customary International Law

Comparative Judicial Review, edited by Erin F Delaney and Rosalind Dixon [Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 2018, 449pp, ISBN: 978-1-78811-059-4, £180 (h/bk)]

Significant EU Environmental Cases: 2018

The court's power to appoint provisional liquidators to carry out rescue roles: Rethinking Legend

Replication of mismatch research: Ayres, Brooks and Ho

Juvenile Justice in Pennsylvania: Mission‐Driven; Performance‐ Based; Outcome‐Focused

Juvenile Justice in Oregon: Balanced and Restorative Justice in Action

The Balanced Approach [Revisited]

The Evolution of Balanced and Restorative Justice

19 March 2019

The Counterterrorism War Paradigm versus International Humanitarian Law: The Legal Contradictions and Global Consequences of the US “War on Terror”

What’s Special About the Insult of Paternalism?

Book Review: The Cunning of Rights: Law, Life, Biocultures

The impact of proficiency testing information and error aversions on the weight given to fingerprint evidence

Universalism and the recognition of group proceedings under the UNCITRAL Model Law in Montenegro

Exploring the formal and informal roles of regulatory intermediaries in transnational multistakeholder regulation

Legal Hybridity, Trust, and the Legitimacy of the Shari'ah in the Bangsamoro

18 March 2019

Conceptual priming and context reinstatement: A test of direct and indirect interview techniques.

Is interviewer support associated with the reduced reluctance and enhanced informativeness of alleged child abuse victims?

Profiling tax and financial behaviour with big data under the GDPR

The obligation to update insecure software in the light of Consumentenbond/Samsung

Mapping the fragmentation of the international forest regime complex: institutional elements, conflicts and synergies

Learning about Digital Trade: Privacy and e-commerce in CETA and TPP

Mediating Illegality: Federal, State, and Institutional Policies in the Educational Experiences of Undocumented College Students

Testimonial Exclusions and Religious Freedom in Early America

17 March 2019

State control in the aftermath of petroleum policy and governance reform in Mexico: capable of fulfilling constitutional objectives?

16 March 2019

Arguing Against the Expressive Function of Punishment: Is the Standard Account that Insufficient?

15 March 2019

Human Rights Through the Legislature

The Historical Lens in International Economic Law†

The Global Climate Regime and Transitional Justice by Sonja Klinsky and Jasmina Brankovic [Routledge, London and New York, NY, 2018, 196pp, ISBN: 978-0-415-78602-7, £115 (h/bk)]

From a model of peace to a model of conflict: The effect of architectural modernization on the Syrian urban and social make-up

A universal treaty for disasters? Remarks on the International Law Commission's Draft Articles on the Protection of Persons in the Event of Disasters

International Investment Law, Time, and Economics: Fixing the Length of Economic Crises as a Costs-Allocation Tool between Host States and Foreign Investors

14 March 2019

Book Review

Working around the Law: Navigating Legal Barriers to Employment during Reentry

What’s Law got to do with Good Science?

United States – Certain Methodologies and Their Application to Anti-Dumping Proceedings Involving China: Nails in the Coffin of Unfair Dumping Margin Calculation Methodologies

Two cases of firearm-related murder–suicide: Forensic implications of the ability to act