Nbr. 81-2, March 2018
- Andrea Bianchi, International Law Theories: An Enquiry into Different Ways of Thinking, Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2016, 320 pp, hb £75.00, pb £24.99.
- Bill of Sale Lending: Reforming a ‘Toxic’ Form of Credit
- Eric Barendt, Anonymous Speech: Literature, Law and Politics, Oxford: Hart, 2016, xvii + 176 pp, hb £35.99.
- From ‘Doctor Knows Best’ to Dignity: Placing Adults Who Lack Capacity at the Centre of Decisions About Their Medical Treatment
- Graham Virgo and Sarah Worthington (eds), Commercial Remedies: Resolving Controversies, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017, 590 pp, hb £125.00.
- Hanoch Dagan and Michael Heller, The Choice Theory of Contracts, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017, xiii + 180 pp, pb £23.99.
- Ideological Neutrality in the Workplace
- Inaccurate Conception: ACB v Thomson Medical
- Jorun Baumgartner, Treaty Shopping in International Investment Law, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016, 354 pp hb £80.00.
- Lars Vinx, The Guardian of the Constitution: Hans Kelsen and Carl Schmitt on the Limits of Constitutional Law, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015, ix + 296pp, hb £67.00.
- Mark Dsouza, Rationale‐Based Defences in Criminal Law, Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2017, xx + 216 pp, hb £65.00.
- Of Values and Legitimacy – Discourse Analytical Insights on the Copyright Case Law of the Court of Justice of the European Union
- Regulating Complex Contracting: A Socio‐legal Study of Decision‐Making Under EU and UK law
- We All Make Mistakes: A ‘Duty of Virtue’ Theory of Restitutionary Liability for Mistaken Payments
- Ying K. Liew, Rationalising Constructive Trusts, London: Hart Publishing, 2017, 416 pp, hb £90.00.