The Plymouth Law & Criminal Justice Review, Volume 07 - 2015
Table of contents
Kim Stevenson, Lesley Simmonds and Jason Lowther
21st Pilgrim Father’s Lecture
A Judge in the Modern World. Dame Heather Hallett, p. 1-11
Life after Death. Sir Louis Blom-Cooper, p. 1-9
Staff and Postgraduate Articles and Reports
The Illustrious House of Hanover. Ann Lyon, p. 10-26
Jus Cogens: The History, Challenges and Hope of ‘A Giant on Stilts’.Stefano Congui, p. 47-60
From Civil War to Ebola: Justice and Legal Education in Sierra Leone. Hugo deRijke, p. 60-70
ESRC Festival of Social Science: Challenging Perceptions of Law and Criminal Justice. Patricia Gray and Kim Stevenson, p. 71-76
‘The Only Game in Town’ – But is it a Legal One? American Drone Strikes and International Law. James Kirton, p. 77-112
Europeanization, Environmental Policy and the UK, Analyzing Perspectives of Offshore Wind Farms and Planning Procedures. Samantha Loveridge, p. 126-137
Liberty and Security in the Age of Terrorism: Negotiating a New Social Contract. Ifeolu Tokimi, p. 195-212
High Times: An Ethnography of Young Adult Drug Use. Ben Coombes, p. 241-263
The Common Agricultural Policy: An Adequate Means of Supporting Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services within the European Union? (University of Plymouth, 2015)This research presents a critical analysis of the 2013 Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) reforms and their ability to support the European Union in reaching its target of halting biodiversity loss by 2020 and to preserve ...
Does the Mental Capacity Act 2005 Adequately Protect Persons with Learning Difficulties Against Needless Non-Consensual Sterilisation? (University of Plymouth, 2015)Non-consensual contraceptive sterilisation of people with learning difficulties is inherently controversial. As such any legal framework that provides for such a procedure needs to rigorously scrutinised in terms of its ...
(University of Plymouth, 2015)The prevalent rise in terrorism related attacks and the susceptibility of the State to such attacks has, in an effort to counter future threats and neuter the ability of terrorists, brought to the fore the tensions between ...
(University of Plymouth, 2015)In 2002 a US Predator drone operating above Afghanistan’s Paktia province spotted three men in Zhawar Kili, a complex slightly north of the infamous Tora Bora cave system, an area used by al-Qaeda leadership to train and ...
(University of Plymouth, 2015)This research explores the phenomenon of ‘legal highs’ or Novel Psychoactive Substances (NPS), directing substantial focus towards the exploration of user attraction. Whilst legal high research is expanding, the topic of ...
(University of Plymouth, 2015)The Hanoverian kings have attracted none of the affection the popular imagination accords to the Tudors and Stuarts, still less the romanticism. They are dismissed as a boorish bunch of Germans, with the possible exception ...
The Historical Background of the Relationship Between Foreign Nationals and Crime: A Case Study of Irish Criminality in the UK (University of Plymouth, 2015)Historically, immigrants from different parts of the world were welcomed to Britain and at times even seduced into coming to live and work here. However, when their population increased, or other issues of the time were ...