4 Hibernian L.J. I (2003)

handle is hein.journals/hiblj4 and id is 1 raw text is: HIBERNIAN LAW JOURNAL
Volume 4
2003
Contents
The Fourth Annual Hibernian Law Journal Lecture
Sanctions and International Law: Connect or Disconnect?                 1
Professor Andreas Lowenfeld
Legal Limits to International Sanctions                                15
Dr Gernot Biehler
Articles
Making Progress? Change and the Common Law                             25
Professor Allan C Hutchinson
Reconciling Customary Law and Human Rights in Melanesia                53
Dr Jennifer Corrin Care
Taking Horizontal Effect Seriously: Private Law, Constitutional Rights  77
and the European Convention on Human Rights
Colm O'Cinneide
Socio-Economic Rights in Ireland: Lessons to be Learned               109
from South Africa and India
Claire McHugh
The Cybercrime Convention: A Pioneering Text of International Legal Scope  146
Edel O'Herlihy
Charitable Status and Fiscal Privileges: Two Separate Issues          177
Ruth O'Malley
Notes and Commentaries
The Case of Brown v Board of Education on its 50th Anniversary        213
Dr Anne-Marie Mooney Cotter
Europe's Iron Fist in a Judicial Velvet Glove? The Power              223
of Article 234 and the Question of Reform.
Caitriona McCarthy
The Extra-territorial Reach of Antitrust Laws: A Comparative Analysis  239
Laura Donnellan
Data Protection And Privacy Law: Are Our Secrets Safe?                263
Helena Hickey
HIBERNIAN LAW JOURNAL                                                   I

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