1. Thomas S. WoodsParagraph 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 KohliA Case for a Customary Right to Privacy of an Individual: A Comparative Study on Indian and other State Practice


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


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


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


  1. Baroness HaleThe Protection of Human Rights in the United Kingdom
  2. Christian Kirchner and David EhmkeEconomics 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 ManiruzzamanCooperation as Philosophical Foundation of Good Faith in International Business-Contracting — A View Through the Prism of Transnational Law
  2. Andrea Marco SteingruberThe Mutable and Evolving Concept of ‘Consent’ in International Arbitration
  3. Christian Kirchner and David EhmkePrivate Ordering in Sovereign Debt Restructuring: Reforming the London Club


  1. Camilo A. Rodriguez-YongThe 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 BoomJuxtaposing BTE and ATE: the Role of the European Insurance Industry in Funding Civil Litigation
  2. Osita MbaJudicial Review of the Prosecutorial Powers of the Attorney-General in England and Wales and Nigeria: an Imperative of the Rule of Law


  1. Anthony GrayThe Regulation of Electoral Financing
  2. Hwa-Jin KimThe 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 KhandekarIs The Legislative Policy on Legitimacy Really Legitimate?
  5. Junwei FuTowards a Social Value Convergence: a Comparative Study of Fundamental Principles of Contract Law in the EU and China
  6. Chris D. L. HuntUnjust Enrichment Understood as Absence of Basis: a Critical Evaluation with Lessons from Canada


  1. Duncan SheehanUnjust Factors or Restitution of Transfers Sine Causa
  2. Alan BermanThe 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 ManceBritain’s Emerging Constitution?
  4. Charles Zhen Qu and Björn AhlLowering the Corporate Veil in Germany: A Case Note on BGH 16 July 2007 (Trihotel)


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


  1. Reinhard ZimmermannThe German Civil Code and the Development of Private Law in Germany
  2. Hwa-Jin KimDirectors’ 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 FreedlandApplication of Labour and Employment Law Beyond the Contract of Employment


  1. Charlotte J. RomanoComparative Advertising in the United States and in France
  2. Alan BermanThe Law on Gender Parity in Politics in France and New Caledonia: A Window into the Future or More of the Same?
  3. Karen EltisSociety’s Most Vulnerable Under Surveillance: The Ethics of Tagging and Tracking Dementia Patients With GPS Technology: A Comparative View
  4. David BradleyA 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 GotandaCompound Interest in International Disputes
  2. In Memoriam Peter Birks
  3. Lama Abu-OdehModernizing Muslim Family Law: The Case of Egypt
  4. Sue FarranA Microcosm of Comparative Law: the Overlay of Customary, French and English Family Law in Present Day Vanuatu
  5. Orlan LeeSystems Dynamics in the Law: A Comparative Approach to Certainty in the Common Law and Reviewability of Past Decisions


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


  1. Armin HadjianiDuress and Undue Influence in English and German Contract Law: a comparative study on vitiating factors in common and civil law.
  2. Peter SchlechtriemThe 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 BütterCross-Border Insolvency under English and German Law.
  4. Iain StewartCritical Approaches in Comparative Law.
  5. Maik MartinConstitutional 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 KortmannLiability for Nonfeasance; a comparative study.
  2. David BradleyConvergence in Family Law: Mirrors, Transplants and Political Economy.
  3. Peter SchlechtriemPrivacy, Publicity and Restitution of Wrongful Gains: Another New Economy?
  4. Otto PfersmannLe droit comparé comme interprétation et comme théorie du droit. [Comparative Law as Interpretation and as Theory of Law]
  5. Gerhard DannemannHaftung 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 GiglioRestitution for Wrongs: a Comparative Analysis


  1. Peter BirksAt the Expense of the Claimant: Direct and Indirect Enrichment in English Law.
  2. Mindy Chen-WishartIn Defence of Unjust Factors: a study of rescission for duress, fraud and exploitation.
  3. Thomas KrebsIn Defence of Unjust Factors.
  4. Gerhard DannemannIllegality as Defence Against Unjust Enrichment Claims.
  5. William SwadlingThe Role of Illegality in the English Law of Unjust Enrichment.
  6. Lionel SmithProperty, Subsidiarity, and Unjust Enrichment.
  7. Simon WhittakerPerformance of Another’s Obligation: French and English Law Contrasted.
  8. Ralph SurmaA Comparative Study of the English and German Judicial Approach to the Liability of Public Bodies in Negligence.