71 Mod. L. Rev. [i] (2008)

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ARTICLES
Beyond Electocracy: Rethinking the Political Representative as Powerful Stranger
Lani Guinier                                                                1
Guantinamo Bay: Towards Legality?
Fiona de Londras                                                          36
Really Responsive Regulation
Robert Baldwin andJulia Black                                             59
REPORTS
Reconstructing Insurance Law: The Law Commissions' Consultation Paper
Rob Merkin andJohn Lowry                                                  95
CASES
To have and to hold? Conversion and intangible property
Sarah Green                                                               114
Intention, Fairness and the Presumption of Resulting Trust after Stack v Dowden
Nick Piska                                                                120
REVIEW ARTICLE
Domesticating the Sociology of Law
Simon Roberts                                                            132
BOOK REVIEWS
Bartlett, Lewis and Thorold: Mental Disability and the European Convention on
Human Rights                                                             145
Van Harten: Investment Treaty Arbitration and Public Law                  147
Hamza: Wege der Entwicklung des Privatrechts in Europa. R6mischrechtliche
Grundlagen der Privatrechtsentwicklung in den deutschsprachigen Lindern und ihre
Ausstrahlung auf Mittel- und Osteuropa                                    151
Wicks: The Evolution of a Constitution                                    153
Arner: Financial Stability, Economic Growth and the Role of Law          156

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