The Plymouth Law & Criminal Justice Review, Volume 08 - 2016
Table of contents
Kim Stevenson, Lesley Simmonds and Jason Lowther
21st Pilgrim Father’s Lecture
The Globalisation of Law. Lord Dyson, Master of the Rolls, p. 1-15
An Introduction to Corporate Insolvency Law. Hamish Anderson, p. 16-47
Alleviating the ‘Miserable Condition’: Fitzjames Stephen and the Development of Modern Abortion Law. Kate Gleeson, p. 48-67
Staff and Postgraduate Articles and Reports
A Point of Justice – Granted or Fought For? Women’s Suffrage Campaigns in Plymouth and the West Country. Judith Rowbotham and Kim Stevenson, p. 84-98
A Naval ‘Fracas’: From Boat Race to Bounce. Dale Teobald, p. 99-108
‘Gender Fraud’ Where do we go from here? Penelope Childs, p. 109-117
The Soviet Legacy: Crime and Punishment in Latvia. Arta Jalili Idrissi, p. 118-124
The Utility of Key Hate Crime Concepts. Katie Pratt, p. 125-130
Acquiring the Right to Get to the Light at the End of the Tunnel: Rationalising Property Theory. Jonathan T. Ward, p. 131-155
LASPO: Balancing Access to Justice with Legal Austerity in Private Family Law. Anna Parsons, p. 181-198
The Animals Act 1971 Places a Disproportionate Burden on the Keepers of Animals and is in Need of Reform. Abigail Saunders, p. 199-217
Does Julian Assange Illustrate a Gap in Law that should be Codified? Hamish Tye, p. 218-238
A Critical Analysis of the Investigative and Procedural Powers of the European Commission in Implementing Competition Law. Bobbie Ryan (Best Project), p. 239-259
Legal High Use among Young Adults in the South-West Rave/Party Community: Implications for UK Drug Policy. Patrick Allen, p. 283-309
The Changing Face of Domestic Abuse Service Provision. Gemma Henderson, p. 310-332
(University of Plymouth, 2016)English law provides three forms of insolvency proceeding for companies: liquidation, administration and company voluntary arrangements. This paper begins by examining the nature and purpose of insolvency law, the concepts ...
Legal High Use among Young Adults in the South-West Rave/Party Community: Implications for UK Drug Policy (University of Plymouth, 2016)The UK government has struggled with controlling the legal high problem since the emergence of mephedrone in 2009. Academic research has provided detailed knowledge on how people perceive ...
The Absent Voice of Male Domestic Abuse Victims: The Marginalisation of Men in a System Originally Designed for Women (University of Plymouth, 2016)The problematic construction of domestic abuse as a ‘gendered, heterosexual phenomenon that is predominantly physical in nature’ has served to marginalise male victims of domestic abuse (Donovan and Hester, 2010:279), ...
Alleviating the ‘Miserable Condition’: Fitzjames Stephen and the Development of Modern Abortion Law (University of Plymouth, 2016)Contemporary English abortion law is now typically thought to be a development of the twentieth century, and little academic attention has been paid to its development before the 1938 case of R v Bourne or the Abortion ...
(University of Plymouth, 2016)This article aims to explore the changing reality of domestic abuse service provision to victims of domestic abuse in the South West of England. By interviewing the professionals who work ...