Common Law World Review

Journal

Common Law World Review is a forum for in-depth analysis of major legal developments throughout the common law world with extended coverage of issues from all regions. A distinguished team of Corresponding editors has been brought together to ensure that there is proper consideration of significant legal developments from all parts of the common law world. Each quarter, a corresponding editor will either contribute or commission an article on a significant recent development in that part of the common law with which they are most familiar. As well as the United Kingdom and the US, there are contributions from Canada, South East-Asia, New Zealand, Australia, India and Africa. It is intended that smaller common law jurisdictions should be included in the coverage of the journal.

Online ISSN: 1740 5556
Print ISSN: 1473 7795

SOURCE CURRENCY
Volume 48, Issue 1, 1 March 2019

Citation: CLWR 48 1 (3)

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Articles
Editorial

Articles
Dishonesty
Interpreting retained EU private law post-Brexit: Can commonwealth comparisons help us determine the future relevance of CJEU case law?
An evaluation of sustainability in large British companies
The practices of modern criminal defence lawyers: Alienation and its implications for access to justice

Contributors

Dr Charlotte Villiers Editorial committee member
Dr Nicola Peart , Otago University, New Zealand Overseas corresponding editor
Dr Oliver Quick Editorial committee member
Dr Rachel Murray Editorial committee member
Dr Stephen Watterson , University of Bristol Book reviews editor
Professor Caroline Bradley , University of Miami Overseas corresponding editor
Professor David Clarke , University of Bristol Editor
Professor Gerald McMeel Editorial committee member
Professor Keith Stanton , University of Bristol Editor
Professor Peter Cane , Australian National University Overseas corresponding editor