65 Mod. L. Rev. [i] (2002)

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Public Law and Popular Justice                                        1
Carol Harlow
Appeals to Reason                                                    19
Mike Redmayne
United Kingdom Military Law: Autonomy, Civilianisation, Juridification  36
G. R. Rubin
Creating a children's champion for Wales? The Care Standards Act 2000
(Part V) and the Children's Commissioner for Wales Act 2001          58
Kathryn Hollingsworth and Gillian Douglas
Ancillary Financial Relief and Fat Cat(tle) Divorce                  79
Chris Barton and Mary Hibbs
Osman Unravels                                                       87
Conor A. Gearty
Infected Blood: Defect and Discoverability A First Exposition of the EC
Product Liability Directive                                          95
Geraint Howells and Mark Mildred
Watson v British Boxing Board of Control: Negligent Rule-Making in the
Court of Appeal                                                     106
James George
History, Critical Legal Studies and the Mysterious Disappearance of Capitalism 120
Paddy Ireland
Evans: Freedom of Religion Under the ECHR                           141
Garland: The Culture of Control: Crime and Social Order in Contemporary
Society                                                       143
Cole: Suspect Identities: A History of Fingerprinting and Criminal
Identification                                                147
Alldridge: Relocating Criminal Law                                  151
Leigh: Law, Politics, and Local Democracy                           153

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