Statute Law Review


The principal objectives of the Statute Law Review are to provide a vehicle for the consideration of the legislative process, the use of legislation as an instrument of public policy and of the drafting and interpretation of legislation.

The Statute Law Review, which was first established in 1980, is the only journal of its kind within the Commonwealth. It is of particular value to lawyers in both private practice and in public service, and to academics, both lawyers and political scientists, who write and teach within the field of legislation.

Online ISSN: 1464-3863
Print ISSN: 0144-3593

Volume 40, Issue 3, 1 OCTOBER 2019

Citation: Statute Law Rev (2019) 40 (3): 213


The Journey to Fiscal Enlightenment
Anti-Money Laundering Law in India: A 'Glocalization' Model
Constituent Instruments of International Organizations as a Special Source of the Law of International Organizations
Which Interpretational Route Will the Supreme Court of India Follow When Faced with the Contentious Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage Act, 2010?
Patient's Orders: Patient's Rights and the Doctor's Obligations under the Claeys–Leonetti Law of 2016 in France
An Administrative Law Code for Wales: Benefits to Reap and Obstacles to Overcome
National Parliaments in Subsidiarity Review: From Guardians to Partners
A Constitutional Statute?
A Call for the Transformation of the South African Insurance Industry: An Analysis of the Insurance Bill 2016
The Paradox of the Legislative Drafting Process in Tanzania


A Samuels Editorial board member
D R Miers Editorial board member
G R Drewry , University of London, UK Deputy editor
Professor T St. John N Bates Editor
Rt Hon Lord Renton Editorial board member
T D Pope Editorial board member