7 K.C.L.J. [i] (1996-1997)

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KING'S COLLEGE
LAW JOURNAL
Volume 7                                             1996-97
Articles
Continuity and Change in the Criminal Law
Lord Taylor of Gosforth L. C. J.  I
The Courts and the Constitution
The Rt. Hon. Sir Thomas Bingham M.R.    12
Ownership of the Large Corporation: Why Clothe the
Emperor?                     Professor Razeen Sappideen  27
Some Issues Relating to the Law Applicable to Contractual
Obligations                        Professor Ole Lando   55
Objective Standards in Provocation and Duress
Dr. Kenneth Campbell   75
Case Notes
Judges Dam(n) the Government: R. v. Secretary of State for
Foreign Affairs, ex parte World Development Movement
Adam Tomkins     91
Judges 3; Parliamentary Government 2; Public Law Marches
On: R. v. Secretary of State for the Home Department, ex
parte Fire Brigades Union                 Melvin Chan    93
Requiem for The Wagon Mound: Page v. Smith
Donal Nolan    96
The Gutter Truth: Charleston v. News Group Newspapers Ltd.
Meredith Blake    99
Chances of Recovery in Tort: Allied Maples Group Ltd. v.
Simmons & Simmons                        Mark Lunney    101
Negligence Actions Against the Police: In the Public Interest?
Swinney v. Chief Constable of Northampton Police Force
Maleiha Malik   104
Torts in a Commercial Context are Different: The Tortious
Non-Liability of Classification Societies: The Nicholas H
Alastair Mullis  108
Transnational Divorces: Berkovits v. Grinberg
Eva Lomnicka    111
Taking Risks with Accessory Liability: Royal Brunei Airlines
v. Tan                                 Alastair Hudson  114
A Further Set-Back for Co-habitees: Lloyds Bank v. Carrick
Theresa Villiers  117

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