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Relational theory and choice rhetoric in the Supreme Court of Canada
The issue of personal choice has become central to Canadian family law. Much of the debate derives from the competing models of autonomy posited by neoliberal and feminist theorists. Neoliberalism, which currently dominates ...
E-regulation and the rule of law: smart government, institutional information infrastructures, and fundamental values
(IOS Press, 2016-02-15)
Information and communications technology (ICT) is increasingly used in bureaucratic and regulatory processes. With the development of the Internet of Things , some researchers speak enthusiastically of the birth of the ...
Can housing rights be applied to modern housing systems?
Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to outline and examine the growing corpus of housing rights and assess their relevance and applicability to complex contemporary housing systems across the world. Design/methodo ...
International instruments on housing rights
(American Society of Civil Engineers, 2010)
Housing rights can act to guarantee minimum housing provision for poor and deprived persons, based on respect for human dignity. These rights are now established within many international public law instruments and treaties, ...
Climate Change Law and Policy in Ireland
(Finnish Society for Environmental Law, 2011)
Rethinking reflexive law for the Information Age: Hybrid and flexible regulation by disclosure
(George Washington University Law School, 2016)
Although it has its defenders,1 command-and-control environmental regulation has been criticised for being economically inefficient and for relying on the effectiveness of the regulator and its staff.2 Scholars have ...
Climate change law and policy after Copenhagen
(Round Hall, 2010)
This article deals with recent developments in climate change law and policy. It examines the likely future developments in international negotiations for a successor to the Kyoto Protocol; briefly summarises climate ...
The judiciary in public debates: the sound of silence?
(Sweet & Maxwell/Round Hall, 2011)
The judiciary's approach to communicating with the public it serves has to change. If it does not--if our voice remains silent in debates on public policy, and we become irrelevant to the process--we have only ourselves to blame.
No three strikes for Ireland (yet): EU Copyright Law and individual liability in recent internet filesharing litigation
(Wolters Kluwer, 2011)
This article is a summary of recent Irish cases involving peer-to-peer file-sharing. These cases are another step in the ongoing development of this fast-changing area of the law, and raise some interesting questions about ...
Tax professionals at work in Silicon Valley
This paper analyses a previously unexamined but nonetheless important facet of modern society the nature and impact of the relationship between in-house tax professionals in large multinational organizations, and the ...