Editorial Team 2021-22
THE UNIVERSITY OF LIVERPOOL
Transgender Children’s Rights
Sex Workers and the Law
Crime on the Dark Web
The Organ Trade
Climate Change Refugees
The Future of Human Reproduction
Access to Justice & LASPO
The International Criminal Court: Justice Bound by Politics
International Law, Sovereignty and Specially Affected States
The Criminalisation of Extreme Pornographic Images: An Appropriate Measure or a Step Too Far?
The constitutional crisis in Poland: A critical analysis of the changes to the judiciary based on th
Reservations to the Convention on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women: A threat to endin
The relationship between originality and infringement of copyright law in the UK and the EU: When wi
Characterising jus cogens in practice: sovereign immunities and the challenge to hierarchically supe
Assessing the legality of US military intervention against ISIS in Syria under international law
Unilateral humanitarian intervention in international law: Does and should such a right exist?
Between Artificiality and Malleability: Can an ‘Inherent’ Right to Self Defence Harmoniously Co-exis
Absolute supremacy in an evolving European Union: possible reconciliation of Member State conflict w
An Essay to Explore the Ethical Principle of ‘Do No Harm’ in the Context of Cosmetic Surgery and to
Domestic Abortion Law in its Current Context: Fit for Purpose 50 Years on or a Statute Ripe for Refo
The Supreme Court’s Decision in Montgomery – How Far Have We Strayed From Sidaway and the Profession
The Defence of Humanity and the Defence of Sovereignty:
Which Should Prevail When They Conflict?
The Principle of Distinction in International Humanitarian Law: Is It Really Used By States?
Protecting Digital Users Through the Temporary Copy Exception: A Defence Available to Both Digital U
The Aleppo Crisis and the Responsibility to Protect: the international community’s duty to intervene
The negotiation of death: end-of-life decision making in England and the Netherlands
Is International Law Really Law?
Switching on the Light: Challenges in Policing Crime on the Dark Web
Article 50 Treaty on European Union: Questioning the Adequacy of the Key to Exiting the European Uni
Is Article 27 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights Well-Equipped to Deal with
The Doctrine of Combat Immunity, Duty of Care and Legal Certainty in the Aftermath of the UKSC Decis
An International Definition of Terrorism: A Worthy Pursuit
Mending the Jigsaw: the Need for Increased Accountability in the UK Banking Sector
The Death Penalty in the United States: To What Extent are Incremental Constitutional Restrictions a
An Unnecessary Widening of the Scope of Anti-Social Behaviour? A Critical Examination of the Recent
Animals and Public Benefit
An Analysis of the Prisoner Voting Saga: Mixed Messages from Strasbourg, Euro-scepticism in the UK a
How Effective are the Legal Responses to Football “Hooliganism”