2019 Sing. J. Legal Stud. [i] (2019)

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Contracts, Non-Compensatory Damages,
   and the Intangible Economy

Knocking Down the Straw Man: Reflections
   on Born v Bok and the Court of Appeal's
   Middle-Ground Narrow Doctrine of
   Unconscionability for Singapore

Singapore's Competition Regime and Its
   Objectives: The Case Against Formalism

The High Court as De Facto Court of
   Appeal: A Revisitation of Leave
   Requirements in the Criminal and
   Family Court Jurisdictions

A Vineyard in a Law Clinic: The Practical
   Application of a Therapeutic
   Jurisprudence Philosophy in a
   UK Law Clinic

Proximity as Reasonable Expectations

Liability of Servant for Criminal Breach
   of Trust: An Exercise in Hermeneutics

Singapore Relational Constitutionalism:
   The 'Living Institution' and the Project
   of Religious Harmony

Merrill and Smith's Intermediate Rights
   Lying Between Contract and Property:
   Are Singapore Trusts and Secured
   Transactions Drifting Away from English
   Law Towards American law?


Rick Bigwood

Kenneth Khoo and
Allen Sng

Lau Kwan Ho

James Marson,
Katy Ferris and
Anna Kawalek

Justin Tan

Tan Yock Lin

Thio Li-ann

Hans Tjio

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