6 K.C.L.J. [i] (1995-1996)

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KING'S COLLEGE
LAW JOURNAL
Volume 6                                           1995-96
Articles
Equity-The Road Ahead               Lord Justice Millett  I
Foreign Relations and the Conflict of Laws Lawrence Collins  20
The Scrutiny of E.U. Legislation by the House of Commons
after Maastricht                        Adam Cygan     38
The Application of the European Convention on Human
Rights by French Courts                  Eva Steiner   49
The Asset Protection Trust: Holy Grail, or Wholly Useless?
Paul Matthews   62
Sentencing Problems in Class A Drugs Cases
James Henderson   89
Case Notes
Common Sense and Market Losses           Mark Lunney     99
To Tort or Not to Tort?                 Meredith Blake  101
BATman versus Taxman in Avoidance Dispute
Elizabeth Keeling  105
Maintaining the balance between victims of Undue Influence
or Misrepresentation and Mortgagees     Paula Giliker  108
Allocating Regulatory Competence over E.U. Utilities
Leo Flynn   111
Licensed to Copy: The European Court of Justice in Magill
Robbie Downing   114
The Dori Case: Fear of Horizontal Direct Effect of Directives
Sionaidh Douglas-Scott  117
Lawyers, Professional Ethos and Limited Liability
Birgit Friedl  120
The Swollen Assets Theory                 David Cowan   123
Swaps and Change of Position              Alison Jones  126
Swaps and Wagering Contracts           Alastair Hudson  129
Please Don't Shock Me                Parminder Badhan   131
The Unmarried Cohabitant Bystander No Longer Stands By
Anjana Bahl  135
Wisconsin Burning: Sentence Enhancement and The Freedom
to Express Hate                       Maleiha Malik   139

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