Saturday, September 26, 2015

New Issue: Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law

The latest issue of the Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law (Vol. 4, no. 1, 2015) is out. Contents include:
  • Long Articles
    • Rosmarijn van Kleef, Reviewing Disciplinary Sanctions in Sports
    • Armin Steinbach, Burqas and Bans: The Wearing of Religious Symbols under the European Convention of Human Rights
    • Fayokemi Olorundami, The ICJ and its Lip Service to the Non-Priority Status of the Equidistance Method of Delimitation
    • Isabelle Van Damme, Case C-414/11 Daiichi: The Impact of the Lisbon Treaty on the Competence of the European Union over the TRIPS Agreement
    • Marina Aksenova, The Specific Direction Requirement for Aiding and Abetting: A Call for Revisiting Comparative Criminal Law
    • Alysia Blackham, Tackling Age Discrimination against Older Workers: A Comparative Analysis of Laws in the United Kingdom and Finland
    • Jane McAdam & Elizabeth Ferris, Planned Relocations in the Context of Climate Change: Unpacking the Legal and Conceptual Issues
  • Short Articles
    • Cameron A Miles, Sir Stafford Northcote’s Ode to the Fourth Article: An Insight into the Negotiation of the 1871 Treaty of Washington
    • Eirik Bjorge, Been There, Done That: The Margin of Appreciation and International Law
  • Case Note
    • Naomi Hart & Sriram Srikumar, Investor-State Arbitration before the High Court of Singapore: Territoriality, Nationality and Arbitrability