4 K.C.L.J. [i] (1993-1994)

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KING'S COLLEGE
LAW JOURNAL
Volume 4                                          1993-94
Articles
The Enforcement of the International Law of Armed Conflicts
Francoise Hampson   1
Trusts and Forced Heirship Problems       David Hayton  12
New Problems of Private International Law in the Single
Market                                Francois Rigaux 23
Article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights
David Pannick 44
Interlocutory Injunctions: American Cyanamid Comes of Age
Jill Martin 52
Case-Notes
Mind the Gap (Recklessness in the Lords)  Ken Oliphant 69
Sex and Violence: The House of Lords Thrashes Out
the Law                              Aileen McColgan 71
Abortion Information and Human Rights     Natasha Cica 74
There's Life in the Old Common Law Yet    Conor Gearty 77
Trespass and Case-A New Lease of Life?    Mark Lunney 79
The Unsettled Law of Knowing Assistance    Peter Oliver 82
What Future for the Rule in Clayton's Case?  Alison Jones 86
Certainty of Term: A Case for the Law Commission?
Jill Martin 89
Testing for Fatherhood               Shauna Van Praagh 91
Lipkin Gorman (A Firm) v. Karpnale Ltd.   Gareth Jones 93
Restitution from Public Authorities    Andrew Burrows 97
Separation of Powers in the United Nations  Ingrid Persaud  100
Sunday Trading and EEC Law       Sionaidh Douglas-Scott 103
Criminal Non-Disclosure of Evidence    Adam Tomkins 106
Implied Assertions and Hearsay         Paul Sutherland  109
Refusal of Medical Treatment                Brian Bix  112
Withdrawing Medical Treatment and the PVS Patient
Kristina Stern  114
A Capital Decision?                  Adrian Shipwright 118
The Perks of Hansard?                     Jeffrey Price 121
Exit the Exclusionary Rule              Mads Andenas 123
Fundamental Principles-Rhetoric and Reality  Harry Rajak  126
Ultraviolence: Conflicts Between Markets and Authors
Lionel Bently 130
An Englishman Abroad                    Eva Lomnicka 133
Pregnancy and the Role of National Courts Under EC Law
Leo Flynn  136
Complaining to the EC Commission      Robbie Downing  138

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