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Editorial

Kim Stevenson, Gareth Addidle and Jason Lowther

Graduate Articles

Law

Tearing Up the Patchwork Quilt: An Examination of How, Why and When Liability for Psychiatric Injury in the Tort of Negligence. Jordan Owen, p. 1-20

The Position of the Estate Owner and the Adverse Possessor, A Comparison Between England and Wales, Scotland and the Republic of Ireland. Victoria Boruta p. 21-42

First World Problems, Developing World Impacts: An Assessment of the Adequacy of the Law on Shipbreaking. Shannen Trout, p. 43-66

The Demise of the Traditional Jury and Jury Impartiality with Particular Focus on Media Intrusion. Jessica Clarke, p. 67-83

Criminal Justice

Identifying Factors that Influence the Use of Dark Web Cryptomarkets: Qualitative Interviews with Cryptomarket Users. Michael Felstead, p. 84-104

A Critical Examination of the Police Use of Tasers. Jodie Nash, p. 105-123

Criminology on the Buses, How do Structures of Neoliberalism and Culture Impact Crime and Role Performance within the Bus Industry. Thomas Roscoe, p. 124-144

Staff Articles

Medical Law at Plymouth: A Different Approach. Pippa Trimble, p. 193-198

Practitioner to Academic: A Reflective and Personal Account. Luke Fisher, p. 199-205

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