Transportation methods are increasingly autonomous with vessels becoming technology-dependent. By Fraser Matcham
IP Rights in Kazakhstan
By Ermek Altynbekov
Austria’s Neutrality and Ukraine
By Mohamed Elghusein
Will AI Shaft the Lawyer?
By Baldev Singh Kohli
By Fraser Matcham
1. Why South Africa should not and will not sign the Artemis Accord
2. Illegal Gold Mining Activities in South Africa: ‘Zama Zamas’
3. The problem with Austria's mandatory vaccination law
4. Austria's COVID-19 regime
5. A watershed in the evolution of public international law?
6. What does international law actually say about cyber attacks?
By Devin C. McMahon
On the intricacies of deporting and detaining terrorists in Europe.
The Bailiff System
By Darkhan Igembayev
Private sector bailiffs have become the main players in Kazakhstan’s court apparatus.
Islamic Finance & Sharia
By James Garner
A critical perspective on the principles of Islamic finance and Sharia.
By Ruairidh Morrison
The “new model” has resulted in a judiciary that makes political decisions.
Are all the Gaps Filled?
By Paulina E. Sikorska
Safety standards in aviation will focus on developing countries, where air transportation could still be described as an extreme sport.
BDSM Sex and the Law
BDSM torture sex is harmful for those who are victims of this kind of aggressive sexual torture [...]
Trial by Jury
The cost of bias goes beyond undermining the rights of those whom justice system is intended to serve [...]
The Right of Self-Determination
The principle of self-determination is deemed to be a right under international law [...]
The International Crime of Aggression
The adoption of this international crime is a historic movement toward peace and stability in the world [...]
The Harmon Doctrine’s Demise
International law principles may not always be in America’s broader interests, though quite often it is. [...]
Sanitizing the ICC: The African Continent
African states want justice not only to be done but also want it to be done that it does not destabilize and compromise peace [...]
United Nations Security Council Resolution 242
Every peace agreement between Israel and its Arab neighbors makes direct and explicit reference to Resolution 242 [...]
Comedy and Terror in Guantanamo
The law creating the terror trials is a mess, and the travel has slowed proceedings. [...]
Is the Modern Regulatory Regime a Taking?
Stringent regulatory standards and dramatic taxes have led to a steep decline in coal-fired power [...]
Equitable Apportionment and Groundwater
The sources providing water in Israel and the West Bank are varied and reflect the relative scarcity of water in the region [...]
Sink or Swim: North American Waters
Why NAFTA, the NAAEC, and the CEC have failed to protect North American Waters [...]
Joint Enterprise – Regina v Jogee
Joint enterprise (also known as secondary or accessory liability) is a common law principle relating to the law of complicity [...]
The Pen is Mightier than the Sword
Our treatment of those convicted of crime has been too dependent on punishment and very little or nothing on rehabilitation [...]
Falling Prion Population in Kazakhstan
The fall in prison population shows Kazakhstan’s success and committment in modernizing its criminal justice system [...]
Beyond the Law
A discussion of the different strengths and weaknesses of analytical and intuitive thinking, which combined may be called holistic thinking [...]
Characterization of the Human Spirit
Repugnance, despair and darkness exist within human nature. We learn nothing if we fail to examine this part of our psyche [...]
The Christchurch Terrorist Attack
The attack in Christchurch is not the first time we have witnessed the use of small arms weapon systems on those attending a place of worship [...]
The Medical Liability of the Mouth
There is a behemoth in the room that everyone is trying to ignore but if we are not careful, we’ll be crushed one day by this ignorance. [...]
Mediation Cut Price Justice- On the Cheap
Mediation can be an effective form of ADR; however pushing couples to undertake mediation by restricting their access to legal fora seems illogical [...]
A Backdoor to Legal Professional Privilege?
In 2013 the Edward Snowden leaks confirmed what many had long suspected – governmental mass surveillance is ubiquitous in the UK [...]
Slavery and the Making of American Captialism
Edward E. Baptist's book, The Half Has Never Been Told, soars due to the author's decision to root his analysis in the human dimension [...]
Making Human Dignity Central to International Law
Making human dignity the unifying ideal of law would be most easily done through international and human rights law. [...]
South Sudan Gains Global Oil Firms’ Backing
South Sudan, East Africa's only nation with an established upstream petroleum industry, produces 130,000 barrels of oil per day [...]
Ethics and advocacy in the 21st century
Many of the conflicts faced by advocates are rendered particularly difficult because it is very often not possible to play safe.
The Magna Carta: Did she die in vain?
The liberties of the individual, the consent of the people to burdens, and the rule of law, are the pillars of constitutionalism.
Article 6 of the Human Rights Convention
Article 6 has had a significant influence on criminal procedure and on new legislation, notably in the fields of criminal sentencing.
First year students are told that they come to law school to learn to think like lawyers.