72 Mod. L. Rev. [i] (2009)

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Self-subversive Justice: Contingency or Transcendence Formula of Law?
GuntherTeubner                                                             I
Cohabitants, Property and the Law: A Study of Injustice
Gillian Douglas, Julia Pearce and Hilary Woodward                         24
Cohabitation and Comparative Method
Robert Leckey                                                             48
The Reclassification of Extreme Pornographic Images
Andrew D. Murray                                                           73
Agency Workers, Employment Rights and the Ebb and Flow of Freedom of
Michael Wynn and Patricia Leighton                                        91
Governmental Rejections of Ombudsman Findings: What Role for the Courts?
Jason N. E. Varuhas                                                       102
Judging Emmanuel Levinas? Some Reflections on Reading Levinas, Law, Politics
Upendra Baxi                                                              116
Ben-Shahar (ed): Boilerplate: The Foundation of Market Contracts         130
James: Gaining Ground? 'Rights' and 'Property' in South African Land Reform  132
Sottiaux: Terrorism and the Limitation of Rights: The ECHR and the
US Constitution                                                           137
McCann: Regulating FlexibleWork                                           141
Ho: A Philosophy of Evidence Law: Justice in the Search for Truth         143
Bridgeman, Keating and Lind (eds): Responsibility, Law and the Family     147
Baderin and McCorquodale (eds): Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in Action  153

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