The Plymouth Law & Criminal Justice Review, Volume 11 - 2019
Table of contents
Kim Stevenson and Jason Lowther
25th Pilgrim Father’s Lecture
The Conflicts of Legal Pluralism: Secular Law and Religious Faith in the United Kingdom. Sir Terence Etherton, Master of the Rolls, p. 1-21
Staff and Postgraduate Research Articles
Socio-Legal Research: Looking Beyond Black Letter Law in the Context of Birth Mothers’ Rights in Adoption Proceedings. Lisamarie Deblasio, p. 22-45
A Supreme Matter of Conscience: Lady Hale’s Engagement with Article 9 ECHR. James Gould, p. 46-57
Pitted Against Each Other? Mistaken Transactions in Unjust Enrichment and Equity. Tom Graham, p. 58-72
Trashion: An Analysis of Intellectual Property Protection for the Fast Fashion Industry. Eleanor Rockett, p. 80-102
Brexit... A Lifetime of Purgatory for the UK’s Environmental Laws - Or is there a Stairway to Heaven? Philip Connor, p. 103-125, p. 84-104
Alternatives to the Common Fisheries Policy? The Future of the UK's Fisheries Post-Brexit. George Cass, p. 126-149
Are Corporations Free to Kill? Rethinking the Law on Corporate Manslaughter to Better Reflect the Artificial Legal Existence of Corporations (University of Plymouth, 2019)This year, 2018, marks the 10 year anniversary of the implementation of the Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007. It is, therefore, an appropriate time to review its effectiveness and consider whether ...
(University of Plymouth, 2019)The Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) of the European Union has faced problems relating to sustainability since its conception. Subsequent reforms have offered some limited means of mitigating these problems yet ultimately ...
(University of Plymouth, 2019)Intellectual property law strives to provide a climate for invention, ingenuity and imagination to prosper. The standard theory, featured prominently in relevant international and national IP law regimes, is that copyists ...
Brexit... A Lifetime of Purgatory for the UK’s Environmental Laws - Or is there a Stairway to Heaven? (University of Plymouth, 2019)This paper considers the prospect that the United Kingdom’s decision to withdraw from the European Union may have a detrimental effect on its environmental protections. Brexit may provide the opportunity to pursue a more ...
Socio-Legal Research: Looking Beyond Black Letter Law in the Context of Birth Mothers’ Rights in Adoption Proceedings (University of Plymouth, 2019)This article explores the experiences that birth mothers face in adoption proceedings within a socio-legal context. With analysis of data from interviews with 32 birth mothers synthesised with the relevant provisions of ...
(University of Plymouth, 2019)This paper seeks to identify and examine the extent to which there are substantive differences between the common law and equitable tests for non-contractual mistaken transfers. As the title suggests, the discussion ...