5 K.C.L.J. [i] (1994-1995)

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KING'S COLLEGE
LAW JOURNAL
Volume 5                                           1994-95
Articles
Taking Human Rights Seriously              Lord Lester    1
The Powers of Company Directors and the Proper
Purpose Doctrine                      Ross Grantham    16
Private International Law or International
Private Law?                      Friedrich K Juenger  45
Jury Trial, Russian Style               Jane Henderson   63
The European Economic Area and the E.F.T.A. Court
Judge Sven Norberg   77
Case Notes
Theft-Call in the Thought Police          Ken Oliphant  109
Going Over the Top: Self Defence and Excessive Force
Gemma White    112
Doli Incapax                               Julia Fionda  114
Don't Look to Me: The Negligent Employee's
Liability to the Employer's Customer  Robert Wintemute  117
Once (or Twice) More to the Breach, Dear Friends
Mark Lunney    121
Square Pegs in a Round Hole: The Need For a New Tort
Donal Nolan   124
The High Price of Gas                   Maleiha Malik   127
Who Pays for Pollution?                  Kristina Stern  130
Rewriting Rylands v. Fletcher and Non-Delegable
Duties in Australia                     Mark Lunney   133
Thinking Positive about the Law of Covenants? Alison Jones  136
The Second Uncertainty in Trusts           Peter Oliver  139
Property Rights: The Limits of Ascertainability David Hayton  143
Come Back Noel Riley                      Conor Gearty  147
Opportunity Knocked: Still Beyond the Rule of Law
Adam Tomkins    150
The 'Unclean Break'-Consent Orders and the
Child Support Act 1991                   Anjana Bahl  153

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