3 King's Student L. Rev. 1 (2011-2012)

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Introducing a 'British Bill of Rights'                                 5
BEST ESSAY PRIZE WINNER: Emma Sau Hong Lui
Critical Analysis of the Concept of a 'Reasonably Available Alternative  31
Measure' in the Context of Article XX GATI, in the Light of the Panel and
Appellate Body Rulings in Brazil-Tyres
Corinna Paeffgen
Commutative Justice in Tort: Towards a 'Pure' Rights-Based Theory     53
Jonathan Michael Cockfield
Can a Persuasive Case Be Made That the Monarch is an Efficient Part of the  67
Constitution?
Dominic Bright
Gill v RSPCA: Law, Principle and Policy                               91
Ranamit Banerjee
Behind the Walls of the Forbidden Court: How US Courts Bar Access to  108
Foreign Claimants
Jacopo Crivellaro
Caribbean Court ofJustice or the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council?  126
A Discussion on the Final Appellate Court for the Commonwealth
Carribean
Matthew Gayle
BOOK REVIEW
Tom Bingham's The Lives of the Law                                 155
Stefan Mandelbaum

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