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  1. Marie-Elisabeth Boggio: One set of principles to rule them all? Parliamentary practices in France and the United Kingdom
  2. Julia Motte-Baumvol, Tarin Cristino Frota Mont’Alverne, and Gabriel Braga Guimarães: Extending Social Protection for Migrants under the European Union’s Temporary Protection Directive: Lessons from the War in Ukraine


  1. Johannes Ungerer: Coronavirus measures in private law: Comparison of moratoria in the United Kingdom and Germany
  2. Albrecht Cordes: Conflicts in 13th Century Maritime Law: A Comparison between five European Ports
  3. Sabrina Nanchahal: ‘But We’ve Spent the Money’: Defending Overpaid Tax Claims under English and German Law


  1. Radosveta Vassileva: On the Diverging Conceptions of Fairness in English and Bulgarian Contract Law: The Peculiar Transformation(s) of Roman Causa
  2. Pranoto Iskandar: Religious constitutionalism. An Indonesian-esque interpretive venture
  3. Dhurgham Fadhil Hussein Al-Ali, John Gwilym Owen and Marie Parker: Optimising Your Holiday. A Proposal for the Optimal System for Timesharing from a Comparative Perspective
  4. Michael Ilg: Keynesian Federalism


  1. Robert Diab: Does the State Have a Compelling Interest in Searching Device Data at the Border? Emerging Approaches to Reasonable Search in Canada and the United States


  1. Thomas S. Woods: Paragraph 168: A Cautionary Tale Concerning the Circulation of Draft Judgments to Counsel
  2. Pranoto Iskandar: Indigenizing Constitutionalism: A Critical Reading of “Asian Constitutionalism”
  3. Arvind Pillai, Raghav Kohli: A Case for a Customary Right to Privacy of an Individual: A Comparative Study on Indian and other State Practice


  1. Khalid Ghanayim and Mordechai Kremnitzer: Offences against the Democratic System of Government
  2. Georgina Dimopoulos, Andrew Mitchell and Tania Voon: The Tobacco Industry’s Strategic Use of Freedom of Information Laws: a comparative analysis
  3. Chris D. L. Hunt and Nikta Shirazian: Canada’s Statutory Privacy Torts in Commonwealth Perspective
  4. Giorgio Fabio Colombo and Hiroshi Shimizu: Litigation or Litigiousness? Explaining Japan’s “Litigation Bubble” (2006-2010)


  1. Peter L Reich: Regime Change and Legal Change — The legacy of Mexico’s Second Empire
  2. Lorne Neudorf: Judicial Independence: The Judge as a Third Party to the Dispute


  1. Paul Hughes: Sentencing councils and commissions: an exception to Damaška’s two ideal types?
  2. Orlan Lee: New Packaging for Left-Over Big Data: “Identity Proofing” and “Equality Monitoring”


  1. Baroness Hale: The Protection of Human Rights in the United Kingdom
  2. Christian Kirchner and David Ehmke: Economics of Legal Concepts for Management Compensation Schemes in the Credit Sector and of their Regulation – A Critical Contribution to the European Regulatory Discussion


  1. Lorena Carvajal-Arenas and A F M Maniruzzaman: Cooperation as Philosophical Foundation of Good Faith in International Business-Contracting — A View Through the Prism of Transnational Law
  2. Andrea Marco Steingruber: The Mutable and Evolving Concept of ‘Consent’ in International Arbitration
  3. Christian Kirchner and David Ehmke: Private Ordering in Sovereign Debt Restructuring: Reforming the London Club


  1. Camilo A. Rodriguez-Yong: The Doctrines of Unconscionability and Abusive Clauses: a Common Point Between Civil and Common Law Legal Traditions
  2. European Research Group on Existing EC Private Law (Acquis Group): Draft for a First Chapter (Subject Matter, Application and Scope) of an Optional European Contract Law
  3. Tobias Schrank: Legal Aid in Times of Economic Turmoil: Current Challenges in England and Germany


  1. Willem H. van Boom: Juxtaposing BTE and ATE: the Role of the European Insurance Industry in Funding Civil Litigation
  2. Osita Mba: Judicial Review of the Prosecutorial Powers of the Attorney-General in England and Wales and Nigeria: an Imperative of the Rule of Law


  1. Anthony Gray: The Regulation of Electoral Financing
  2. Hwa-Jin Kim: The Case for Market for Corporate Control in Korea
  3. European Research Group on Existing EC Private Law (Acquis Group): Position Paper on the Proposal for a Directive on Consumer Rights
  4. Rashmin Khandekar: Is The Legislative Policy on Legitimacy Really Legitimate?
  5. Junwei Fu: Towards a Social Value Convergence: a Comparative Study of Fundamental Principles of Contract Law in the EU and China
  6. Chris D. L. Hunt: Unjust Enrichment Understood as Absence of Basis: a Critical Evaluation with Lessons from Canada


  1. Duncan Sheehan: Unjust Factors or Restitution of Transfers Sine Causa
  2. Alan Berman: The Experiences of Denying Constitutional Protection to Sodomy Laws in the United States, Australia and Malaysia: you’ve come a long way baby and you still have a long way to go!
  3. Lord Mance: Britain’s Emerging Constitution?
  4. Charles Zhen Qu and Björn Ahl: Lowering the Corporate Veil in Germany: A Case Note on BGH 16 July 2007 (Trihotel)


  1. Andreas Rahmatian: Codification of Private Law in Scotland: Observations by a Civil Lawyer
  2. Guy E. Carmi: Dignity – The Enemy from Within: A Theoretical and Comparative Analysis of Human Dignity as a Free Speech Justification
  3. Khalid Ghanayim: The Role of Reasonable and Unreasonable Mistake in Justified Defences – A Comparative and Analytical Study
  4. Mathias M. Siems: The Adjudication of the German Federal Supreme Court (BGH) in the Last 55 Years – A Quantitative and Comparative Approach


  1. Reinhard Zimmermann: The German Civil Code and the Development of Private Law in Germany
  2. Hwa-Jin Kim: Directors’ Duties and Liabilities in Corporate Control and Restructuring Transactions: Recent Developments in Korea
  3. Elise Groulx: “Equality of Arms”: Challenges Confronting the Legal Profession in the Emerging International Criminal Justice System
  4. Mark Freedland: Application of Labour and Employment Law Beyond the Contract of Employment


  1. Charlotte J. Romano: Comparative Advertising in the United States and in France
  2. Alan Berman: The Law on Gender Parity in Politics in France and New Caledonia: A Window into the Future or More of the Same?
  3. Karen Eltis: Society’s Most Vulnerable Under Surveillance: The Ethics of Tagging and Tracking Dementia Patients With GPS Technology: A Comparative View
  4. David Bradley: A Note on Comparative Family Law: Problems, Perspectives, Issues and Politics
  5. Mohammed Saif-Alden Wattad: “Did God say, ‘You shall not eat of any tree of the garden’?”: Rethinking the “Fruits of the Poisonous Tree” in Israeli Constitutional Law


  1. John Yukio Gotanda: Compound Interest in International Disputes
  2. In Memoriam Peter Birks
  3. Lama Abu-Odeh: Modernizing Muslim Family Law: The Case of Egypt
  4. Sue Farran: A Microcosm of Comparative Law: the Overlay of Customary, French and English Family Law in Present Day Vanuatu
  5. Orlan Lee: Systems Dynamics in the Law: A Comparative Approach to Certainty in the Common Law and Reviewability of Past Decisions


  1. Beatriz Añoveros Terradas: Restrictions on Jurisdiction Clauses in Consumer Contracts within the European Union
  2. Orlan Lee: The Many Realms of Chinese Labour Law. Theory and Implementation of PRC Labour Law Reform
  3. Xiang Gao and Ross P Buckley: A Comparative Analysis of the Standard of Fraud Required Under the Fraud Rule in Letter of Credit Law.
  4. Mohamed El Zeidy: Universal Jurisdiction In Absentia: Is It A Legally Valid Option for Repressing Heinous Crimes?
  5. Albrecht Cordes: The search for a medieval Lex mercatoria


  1. Armin Hadjiani: Duress and Undue Influence in English and German Contract Law: a comparative study on vitiating factors in common and civil law.
  2. Peter Schlechtriem: The German Act to Modernize the Law of Obligations in the Context of Common Principles and Structures of the Law of Obligations in Europe.
  3. Michael Bütter: Cross-Border Insolvency under English and German Law.
  4. Iain Stewart: Critical Approaches in Comparative Law.
  5. Maik Martin: Constitutional review of foreign law in English and German courts.
  6. Montesquieu | Iain Stewart (ed/tr): Montesquieu in England his ‘Notes on England’, with Commentary and Translation.


  1. Jeroen Kortmann: Liability for Nonfeasance; a comparative study.
  2. David Bradley: Convergence in Family Law: Mirrors, Transplants and Political Economy.
  3. Peter Schlechtriem: Privacy, Publicity and Restitution of Wrongful Gains: Another New Economy?
  4. Otto Pfersmann: Le droit comparé comme interprétation et comme théorie du droit. [Comparative Law as Interpretation and as Theory of Law]
  5. Gerhard Dannemann: Haftung für die Verletzung von Verfahrensgarantien nach Art. 41 EMRK. Zur Herausbildung europäischer Haftungsmaßstäbe [Compensation for violation of procedural rights under the European Convention on Human Rights]
  6. Francesco Giglio: Restitution for Wrongs: a Comparative Analysis


  1. Peter Birks: At the Expense of the Claimant: Direct and Indirect Enrichment in English Law.
  2. Mindy Chen-Wishart: In Defence of Unjust Factors: a study of rescission for duress, fraud and exploitation.
  3. Thomas Krebs: In Defence of Unjust Factors.
  4. Gerhard Dannemann: Illegality as Defence Against Unjust Enrichment Claims.
  5. William Swadling: The Role of Illegality in the English Law of Unjust Enrichment.
  6. Lionel Smith: Property, Subsidiarity, and Unjust Enrichment.
  7. Simon Whittaker: Performance of Another’s Obligation: French and English Law Contrasted.
  8. Ralph Surma: A Comparative Study of the English and German Judicial Approach to the Liability of Public Bodies in Negligence.