06 December 2012

NOTICE: Free Online Issue of the International & Comparative Law Quarterly

The latest issue of International & Comparative Law Quarterly (ICLQ) is available online - without charge - here.

International & Comparative Law QuarterlyIt includes:

NORM CONFLICT BETWEEN WTO COVERED AGREEMENTS—REAL, APPARENT OR AVOIDED?
Claude Chase

DISENTANGLING THE SOURCES AND NATURE OF INDIGENOUS RIGHTS: A CRITICAL EXAMINATION OF COMMON LAW JURISPRUDENCE
Arif Bulkan

FROM ADMINISTRATIVE LAW TO ADMINISTRATIVE LEGITIMATION? TRANSNATIONAL ADMINISTRATIVE LAW AND THE PROCESS OF
EUROPEAN INTEGRATION
Ming-Sung Kuo

PARTY AUTONOMY IN THE LEGAL REGULATION OF ADULT RELATIONSHIPS: WHAT PLACE FOR PARTY CHOICE IN PRIVATE
INTERNATIONAL LAW?
Janeen Carruthers

PROPERTY AND THE DEFINITION OF SLAVERY
Jean Allain and Robin Hickey

THE ROLE OF AN INTERNATIONAL LEGAL ADVISER TO GOVERNMENT
Stephen Bouwhuis

AN EVALUATION OF MOROCCO'S CLAIMS TO SPAIN'S REMAINING TERRITORIES IN AFRICA
Jamie Trinidad

Note that the book reviews also include a review article by David Nelken, of Friedman, Perdomo, and Gomez (eds), Law in Many Societies: A Reader (2011).

Some additional classics are available here.

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