Legal Issues is an international journal managed and published by the UK Law Students’ Association (UKLSA). The Journal publishes fine research in all fields of law on the basis of its contribution to the society, originality, interdisciplinary interest, and quality.
In This Issue:
1. Companies of Past and Present: Lessons from the East India Company
on the Use and Regulation of Private Forces Today by Katerina Galai.
2. Court of Arbitration for Sport: The Effectiveness of CAS Awards and FIFA by Matteo Maciel.
3. A Critical Analysis of the Commonly Recommended Reforms of
Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) by Himaloya Saha.
4. Suing Public Authorities: Who Wins? by Tom Stafford.
5. Corporate Social Responsibility: Here to Stay by Andreas Thrasyvoulou.
6. The Illusion of Choice—Have Enforced Caesarean Cases
Introduced a New Class of Incompetent Adults? by Mabel Wei.
7. Misusing Drugs and Misapplying Paternalism: Injecting Portuguese Decriminalisation into the UK Justice System by Ellen Wright and Kate Harker.
8. Agamben’s State of Exception in Context: A Critical Analysis With
Regard to Post-9/11 Jurisprudence by Stefanos Xenofontos.
9. Omissions and the Mysterious Public Veil: Consideration of the
“Immunity” of Public Authorities in Negligence Claims by Jason Yong.