About the UCL Journal of Law and Jurisprudence
The UCL Journal of Law and Jurisprudence (UCLJLJ) is a journal edited and produced by students in the Faculty of Laws at UCL, and is designed to showcase some of the outstanding research being produced by students (both at UCL and elsewhere), and to publish it alongside work by established scholars and practitioners. In keeping with UCL’s extremely distinguished tradition in legal philosophy, the journal’s name and content reflect the continuing vitality of jurisprudence in the Faculty. But, as in the Faculty itself, alongside the theoretical work, there is innovative, vibrant work on a rich variety of topics.
The Journal’s primary purpose is to bring some of the excellent research produced by students to the attention of a wide readership. Without journals like this, such work would only be known to the student’s supervisor and examiner. Its second main purpose is to give students in the Faculty of Laws the opportunity to be involved in the creation and production of a law review, thereby giving them experience of both the academic and entrepreneurial roles involved. The third main aim is broader: it is that the Journal will add to the vibrant intellectual life of the Faculty of Laws at UCL, as a place where originality and innovation are highly prized (and rewarded), and where the shared pursuit, development and dissemination of ideas – by both Faculty members and students – remains fundamental to the Faculty’s continuing successes and achievements.
This year’s issue is edited by Shida Galletti (email@example.com), the Academic Editor, and Panayiota Angelos (firstname.lastname@example.org), the Managing Editor.
Table of Contents of UCL Journal of Law and Jurisprudence
Volume 1 Part(1), 2012
- Selling Organs Ethically: Disentangling Exploitation Arguments, Hui-Min Loh
- Our Brain "Kant" Tell Us? A Kantian Perspective of how Neuroscience Challenges our Notions of Moral Responsibility and the Legal Implications, Joel Quek
- Manners Maketh Man: A Comparison of The Ethics of Anencephalic and Baboon Organ Donation, Aaron Moss
- The Use of Therapeutic Cloning in Transplantations: An Aristotelian Perspective, Christos Labrou
- The Contagious Diseases Acts and The Prostitute: How Disease and the Law Controlled The Female Body, Kimeya Baker
- Bridging the Conceptual Gap Between Law and Morality: A Critical Response to H.L.A. Hart's The Concept Of Law, Kaila Morin
- Libertarian Critiques of Consent in Sexual Offences, Stephen Knight
- Judicial Review of The Right to Health and its Progressive Realisation: the Case of the Constitutional Court Of Peru, Illaru Aragon Noriega
Volume 1 Part(2), 2012
- Is Intellectual Property the Grit in the Wheels Of Industry? Sir Robin Jacob
- Specific Performance in the Draft Common Frame of Reference, Hayk Kupelyants
- Control of Trustee Discretion: The Rule in Re Hastings-Bass, Simon Kerry
- An Economic Analysis of the Fiscal Policy Framework in the EMU, Kirill Albrecht
- Is the Doctrine of Deviation only a Historical Record Today? Sarunas Basijokas
- Antitrust Treatment of Bundled Discounts and Rebates in the United States and Europe: Mapping Uncharted Territories, Hui Hua
- Shareholder Remedies: Demise of the Derivative Claim? Julia Tang
- The Past and Future of English Insurance Law: Good Faith and Warranties, Peter Macdonald Eggers QC
Both Volumes of the Journal are available in full text online through Westlaw and HeinOnline.
Hard Copies of the Journal (Parts 1 and 2) may be purchased through the UCL Faculty of Laws by contacting Keith Shore (email@example.com) for £10 plus postage for both Parts.