Law Quarterly Review (LQR)
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LQR 101, 1985
F.A. MANN, Compound Interest and Damages on Interest, in: LQR 101, p. 30
Aarif BARMA, Forum Non Conveniens: Where Do We Go from Here?, in: LQR 101, p. 48
David ELVIN, Forum Non Conveniens: Where Do We Go from Here?, in: LQR 101, p. 48
P.B. CARTER, The Foreign Limitation Periods Act 1984, in: LQR 101, p. 68
R.J. SMITH, Forgeries and Land Registration, in: LQR 101, p. 79
T.A. DOWNES, Nomination, Indexation, Excuse and Revalorisation: A Comparative Survey, in: LQR 101, p. 98
H.W.R. WADE, Procedure and Prerogative in Public Law, in: LQR 101, p. 180
T.R.S. ALLAN, Abuse and Power and Public Interest Immunity: Justice, Rights and Truth, in: LQR 101, p. 200
Gwyneth PITT, Law, Fact and Casual Workers, in: LQR 101, p. 217
Allison COLEMAN, Passing off and the 'Common field of activity', in: LQR 101, p. 242
Jeremy PHILLIPS, Passing off and the 'Common field of activity', in: LQR 101, p. 242
P.J. MILLETT, The Quistclose Trust: Who can enforce it?, in: LQR 101, p. 269
P.M. NORTH, Law Reform: Processes and Problems, in: LQR 101, p. 338
Clive WALKER, Scandalising in the Eighties, in: LQR 101, p. 359
Stephen GUEST, The Scope of Hearsay Rule, in: LQR 101, p. 385
Christopher NEWDICK, Strict Liability for Defective Drugs in the Pharmaceutical Industry, in: LQR 101, p. 405
Harvey TEFF, Consent to Medical Procedures: Paternalism, Self-determination or Therapeutic Alliance, in: LQR 101, p. 432
Yvonne CRIPPS, Protection form Adverse Treatment by Employers: A Review of the Position of Employees who Disclose Information in the Belief that Disclosure is in the Public Interest, in: LQR 101, p. 506
John E. STANNARD, Subjectivism, Objectivism and the Draft Criminal Code, in: LQR 101, p. 540
David KEMP, Discounting Compensation for Future Loss, in: LQR 101, p. 556
Geoffrey MACCORMACK, Alfenus Varus and the Law of Risk in Sale, in: LQR 101, p. 573
Joseph JACONELLI, Hypothetical Disputes, Moot Points of Lawd, and Advisory, in: LQR 101, p. 587


LQR 102, 1986
Adrian A.S. ZUCKERMAN, The Right against Self Incrimination: an Obstacle to the Supervision of Interrogation, in: LQR 102, p. 43
Miriam GUR-AYRE, Should the Criminal Law distinguish between Necessity as a Justification and Necessity as an Excuse?, in: LQR 102, p. 71
R.F.V. HEUSTON, Judicial Prosopography, in: LQR 102, p. 90
Charles HARPUM, The Stranger as Consturctive Trustee (Part I), in: LQR 102, p. 114
Steven GREER, Supergrasses and the Legal System in Britain and Northern Ireland, in: LQR 102, p. 198
Jesse DUKEMINIER, Wait-and-See: The Causal Relationship Principle, in: LQR 102, p. 250
Charles HARPUM, The Stranger as Consturctive Trustee (Part II), in: LQR 102, p. 267
Andrew ASHWORTH, Reliability, Hearsay Evidence and the English Criminal Trial, in: LQR 102, p. 292
Rosemary PATTENDEN, Reliability, Hearsay Evidene and the English Criminal Trial, in: LQR 102, p. 292
Stephen TODD, The Negligence Liability of Publicv Authorities: Divergence in the Common Law, in: LQR 102, p. 370
Stephen GRATWICK, 'Having Regard to What was Known and Used'- Revisited, in: LQR 102, p. 402
F.G. RIXON, Lifting the Veil between Holding and Subsidiary Companies, in: LQR 102, p. 415
L.D. GURUSWAMY, English Law and Administration: Recalling a Jurisprudential Legacy, in: LQR 102, p. 424
J. Gareth MILLER, Provision for a Surviving Spouse, in: LQR 102, p. 445
A. EVANS, Freedom of Trade under the Common Law and European Community Law: The Case of the Football Bans, in: LQR 102, p. 510
Andre TUNC, The Judge and the Businessman, in: LQR 102, p. 549
Geoffrey SAMUEL, Civil and Commercial Law: a Distinction Worth Making?, in: LQR 102, p. 569
M. CASEN, Mathematical Functions and Legal Drafting, in: LQR 102, p. 585
J.M. STEINER, Mathematical Functions and Legal Drafting, in: LQR 102, p. 585
Campbell MCLACHLAN, The New Hague Sales Convention and the Limits of the Choice of Law Process, in: LQR 102, p. 591

LQR 103, 1987
J. BEATSON, 'Public' and 'Privat' in English Administrative Law, in: LQR 103, p. 34
G.L. PEIRIS, Jurisdictional Review and Judicial Policy: the Evolving Mosaic, in: LQR 103, p. 66
P.B. CARTER, Hearsay, Relevance and Admissibility: Declarations as to State of Mind and Declarations against Penal Interest, in: LQR 103, p. 106
J.L. BARTON, The Enforcement of Hard Bargains, in: LQR 103, p. 118
Adrian A.S. ZUCKERMAN, Similar Fact Evidence – the Unobservable Rule, in: LQR 103, p. 187
William BISHOP, Taxation and Damages: the Rule in Gourley's Case, in: LQR 103, p. 211
John KAY, Taxation and Damages: the Rule in Gourley's Case, in: LQR 103, p. 211
D. MILLINGTON, Weather, Forecasting and 'the Limitless Seas', in: LQR 103, p. 234
Lesley J. ANDERSON, Antiquity in Action – Ne Exeat Regno Revived, in: LQR 103, p. 246
C.T. EMERY, Appellate Jurisdiction to Correct Errors of Law, in: LQR 103, p. 264
J.P. VORSTER, A Comment on the Meaning of Objectivity in Contract, in: LQR 103, p. 274
Christopher NEWDICK, The Future of Negligence in Product Liability, in: LQR 103, p. 288
B.S. MARKESINIS, An Expanding Tort Law – The Price of a Rigid Contract Law, in: LQR 103, p. 354
David W. ROBERTSON, Forum non Conveniens in America and England: 'A Rather Fantastic Fiction', in: LQR 103, p. 398
R.M. GOODE, Ownership and Obligation in Commercial Transactions, in: LQR 103, p. 433
Andew BECK, Trial of a High Court Judge for Defamation?, in: LQR 103, p. 461
Ann SMART, Responsibility for Failing the Impossible, in: LQR 103, p. 532
Robert FLANNIGAN, Privity – The End of an Era (Error), in: LQR 103, p. 564
John CARTWRIGHT, Solle v. Butcher and the Doctrine of Mistake in Contract, in: LQR 103, p. 594
Richard H. HELMHOLZ, Damages in Actions for Slander at Common Law, in: LQR 103, p. 624

LQR 104, 1988
Lord GOFF, The Mental Element in the Crime of Murder, in: LQR 104, p. 30
Bernard BERKOVITS, Transnational Divorces: the Fatima Decision, in: LQR 104, p. 60
John ADAMS, The Unfair Contract Terms Act: a Decade of Discretion, 104, p. 94
Roger BROWNSWORD, The Unfair Contract Terms Act: A Decade of Discretion, in: LQR 104, p. 94
I.J. KEOWN, The Scope of the Offence of Child Destruction, in: LQR 104, p. 120
Jane STAPLETON, The Gist of Negligence: part I, in: LQR 104, p. 213
Hazel CARTY, Intentional Violation of Economic Interessts: the Limits of Common Law Liability, in: LQR 104, p. 250
Michael A. MENLOW, Bentham, Self-Incrimination and the Law of Evidence, in: LQR 104, p. 286
Jane STAPLETON, The Gist of Negligence: part II, in: LQR 104, p. 389
J.A. ANDREWS, Public Interset and Criminal Proceddings, in: LQR 104, p. 410
T.R.S. ALLAN, Pragmatism and Theory in Public Law, in: LQR 104, p. 422
David ALLEN, Structural Settlements, in: LQR 104, p. 448
Tony HONORÉ, Responsibility and Luck, in: LQR 104, p. 530
A.G. SLATER, Forum Non Conveniens:A View from the Shop Floor, in: LQR 104, p. 554
Philip SALES, Covenants Restricting Recruitment of Employees and the Doctrine of Restraint of Trade, in: LQR 104, p. 600
J.M. KAYE, A Note on the Statue of Enrolments, 1536, in: LQR 104, p. 617
A.S. BURROWS, Free Acceptance and the Law of Restitution, in: LQR 104, p. 756

LQR 105, 1989
I.N. Duncan WALLACE, Negligence and Defective Buildings: Confusion confounded?, in: LQR 105, p. 46
Michael UPTON, Marriage Vows of the Elephant: the Constitution of 1707, in: LQR 105, p. 79
B.S. MARKESINIS, Negligence, Nuisance and Affirmative Duties of Action, in: LQR 105, p. 104
Simon WHITTAKER, European Product Liability and Intellectual Products, in: LQR 105, p. 125
Barry NICHOLAS, The Vienna Convention on International Sales Law, in: LQR 105, p. 201
J.M. EEKELAAR, What is 'Critical' Family Law?, in: LQR 105, p. 244
Lawrence COLLINS, The Territorial Reach of Mareva Injunctsion, in: LQR 105, p. 262
John W. CAIRNS, Blackstone, Kahn-Freund and the Contract of Employment, in: LQR 105, p. 300
Glanville L. WILLIAMS, The Mens Rea for Murder: Leave it Alone, in: LQR 105, p. 387
Michael BRIDGE, Migration of Damages in Contract and the Meaning of Avoidable Loss, in: LQR 105, p. 398
Andrew ASHWORTH, The Scope of Criminal Liability for Omissions, in: LQR 105, p. 424
Geoffrey MEAD, Free Acceptance: Some Further Considerations, in: LQR 105, p. 460
Hugh COLLINS, Labour Law as a Vocation, in: LQR 105, p. 468
E.R. ALEXANDER, The Anadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms in the Supreme Court of Canada, in: LQR 105, p. 561
Paul MATTHEWS, A Note on Cooper v. Phibbs, in: LQR 105, p. 599
N.H. ANDREWS, The Influence of Equity upon the Doctrine of Legal Professional Privilege, in: LQR 105, p. 608
Trevor C. HARTLEY, Effect of the 1968 Brussels Judgments Convention on the Admiralty Actions in Rem, in: LQR 105, p. 640

LQR 106, 1990
F.A. TRINDADE, The Removal of the Malaysian Judges, in: LQR 106, p. 51
David HAYTON, Developing the Law of Trusts for the Twenty-First Century, in: LQR 106, p. 87
P.P. CRAIG, Dicey: Unitary, Self-Correcting Democracy and Public Law, in: LQR 106, p. 105
J. STEINER, Coming to Terms with EEC Directives, in: LQR 106, p. 144
Ruth DEECH, Divorce Law and Empirical Studies, in: LQR 106, p. 229
David FELDMAN, Public Law Values in the House of Lords, in: LQR 106, p. 246
Sue ARROWSMITH, Judicial Review and the Contractual Powers of Public Authorities, in: LQR 106, p. 277
Brian R. OPESKIN, Damages for Breach of Contract Terminated under Express Terms, in: LQR 106, p. 293
Mark A. GELOWITZ, Section 78 of the Police and Criminal Evidence Acgt 1984: Middle Ground or No Man's Land?, in: LQR 106, p. 327
Robert S. SUMMERS, Theory, Formality and Practical Legal Criticism, in: LQR 106, p. 407
Claude REYMOND, The Report of the Mustill Committee: a Foreign View, in: LQR 106, p. 431
Colin TAPPER, Hillmon rediscovered and Lord St. Leonards Resurrected, in: LQR 106, p. 441
Jeremy HORDER, Cognition, emotion, and Criminal Culpability, in: LQR 106, p. 469
Neville CRAGO, Mistakes in Wills and Election in Equity, in: LQR 106, p. 487
J.W. HARRIS, The Privy Council and the Common Law, in: LQR 106, p. 574
Martin DOCKRAY, Piller Problems, in: LQR 106, p. 601
Hugh LADDIE, Piller Problems, in: LQR 106, p. 601
John EEKELAAR, Divorce Law and Empirical Studies – a reply, in: LQR 106, p. 621
Mavis MACLEAN, Divorce Law and Empirical Studies – a reply, in: LQR 106, p. 621
Anne DE MOOR, Intention in the Law of Contract: Elusive or Ilusory?, in: LQR 106, p. 632
Y.L. TAN, Champertous Contracts and Assignments, in: LQR 106, p. 656

LQR 107, 1991
Robin COOKE, An Impossible Distinction, in: LQR 107, p. 46
Peter MILLETT, Tracing the Proceeds of Fraud, in: LQR 107, p. 71
Glanville L. WILLIAMS, Criminal Omissions – the Conventional View, in: LQR 107, p. 86
A.L.E. NEWBOLD, Inadvertent Disclosure in Civil Proceedings, in: LQR 107, p. 99
Rory DERHAM, Set-off againsst an Assignee: the Relevance of marshalling, Contribution and Subrogation, in: LQR 107, p. 126
I.N. Duncan WALLACE, Anns Beyond Repair, in: LQR 107, p. 228
Jane STAPLETON, Duty of Care and Economic Loss: a Wider Agenda, in: LQR 107, p. 249
Sandra FREDMAN, Public or Private? State Employees and Judicial Review, in: LQR 107, p. 298
Gillian MORRIS, Public or Private? State Employees and Judicial Review, in: LQR 107, p. 298
Rosemary PATTENDEN, Should Confessions be Corroborated?, in: LQR 107, p. 317
Lord DEVLIN, The Conscience of the Jury, in: LQR 107, p. 398
P.B. CARTER, Choice of Law in Tort and Delict, in: LQR 107, p. 405
Andrew ASHWORTH, Interpreting Criminal Statutes: a Crisis of Legality?, in: LQR 107, p. 419
Peter MIRFIELD, An Alternative Future for Corroboration Warnings, in: LQR 107, p. 450
David IBBESTSON, Sale of Goods in the Fourteenth Century, in: LQR 107, p. 480
Gordon BORRIE, Trading Malpractice and Legislative Policy, in: LQR 107, p. 559
J.A. ANDREWS, Re-opening the Case for the Prosecution, in: LQR 107, p. 577
Jonathon HILL, The Settled Land Act 1925: Unresolved Problems, in: LQR 107, p. 596
C.E.F. RICKETT, Different Views on the Scope of the Quistcklose Analysis: English and Antipodean Insights, in: LQR 107, p. 608
Roger HALSON, Opportunism, Economic Duress and Contractual Modifications, in: LQR 107, p. 649

LQR 108, 1992
John KEOWN, The law and practice of euthanasia in the Netherlands, in: LQR 108, p. 51
P.P. CRAIG, Legitimate expectations: a conceptual analysis, in: LQR 108, p. 79
Rory DERHAM, Some aspects of mutual credit and mdutual dealings, in: LQR 108, p. 99
Richard FENTIMAN, Foreign Law in English Courts, in: LQR 108, p. 142
Alan RODGER, Lord Macmillan's speech in Donoghue v. Stevenson, in: LQR 108, p. 236
J.L. BARTON, The Story of marital rape, in: LQR 108, p. 260
John D. GORDAN III, Juries as judges of the law: the American experience, in: LQR 108, p. 272
Charles HARPUM, Selling without title: a vendor's duty of disclosure?, in: LQR 108, p. 280
Patrick NEILL, A Key to lock-out agreements?, in: LQR 108, p. 405
Gillian DOUGLAS, Becoming a parent in English law, in: LQR 108, p. 414
N.V. LOWE, Becoming a parent in English law, in: LQR 108, p. 414
Roger KERRIDGE, The Taxation of emoluments form offices and employments, in: LQR 108, p. 433
Fidelis ODITAH, Assets and the treatment of claims in insolvency, in: LQR 108, p. 459
Alan RODGER, The Codification of comercial law in Victorian Britain, in: LQR 108, p. 570
Mark MOSHINSKY, The assignment of debts in the conflict of laws, in: LQR 108, p. 591
B.V. HARRIS, 'The third source' of authority for government action, in: LQR 108, p. 626
Peter M. MCDERMOTT, Jurisdiction of the Court of Chancery to award damages, in: LQR 108, p. 652

LQR 109, 1993
Lord ROSKILL, The Norwegian Ships in Sweden 1941/42, in: LQR 109, p. 59
Richard BUXTON, Miscarriages of justice and the Court of Appeal, in: LQR 109, p. 66
Ian Duncan WALLACE, Assignment of rights to sue for breach of construction contracts, in: LQR 109, p. 82
Peter SPARKES, Certainty of leasehold terms, in: LQR 109, p. 93
Patricia FERGUSON, Constructive trusts – A note of caution, in: LQR 109, p. 114
Lord WEDDERBURN of Charlton, Companies and employees: common law or social dimension?, in: LQR 109, p. 220
Simon GARDNER, Rethinking family property, in: LQR 109, p. 263
Nick MALTBY, Marleasing: What is all the fuss about?, in: LQR 109, p. 301
Thomas BINGHAM, Time to incorporate the European Convention of Human Rights, in: LQR 109, p. 390
J. BEATSON, Restitution of taxes, levies and other imposts: defining the extent of the Woolwich principle, in: LQR 109, p. 401
Adrian A.S. ZUCKERMAN, Mareva injunctions and security for judgment in a framework of interlocutory remedies, in: LQR 109, p. 432
Kit BARKER, Unreliable assumptions in the modern law of negligence, in: LQR 109, p. 461
David HAYTON, Constructive trusts of homes – a bold approach, in: LQR 109, p. 485
B.J. DAVENPORT, What did Russell v. Northern Bank Development Corporation Ltd. decide?, in: LQR 109, p. 553
P.B. CARTER, Hearsay: whether and whither?, in: LQR 109, p. 573
P.P. CRAIG, Francovich, remedies and the scope of damages liability, in: LQR 109, p. 595
B.S. MARKESINIS, Judge, jurist and the study and use of foreign law, in: LQR 109, p. 622
Stephen SHUTE, The effect of the statutory charge on legally aided matrimonial litigation, in: LQR 109, p. 636
Robin EVANS-JONES Unjust enrichment, contract and the third reception of Roman Law in Scotland, in: LQR 109, p. 663

LQR 110, 1994
Bernard RUDDEN, Civil law, civil society and the Russian Constitution, in: LQR 110, p. 56
Roger KERRIDGE, The Taxation of trust income, in: LQR 110, p. 84
Sandra FREDMAN, A difference with distinction: pregnacy and parenthood reassessed, in: LQR 110, p. 106
Mary HAYES, 'Cohabitation clauses' in financial provision and property adjustment orders – law, policy and justice, in: LQR 110, p. 124
Anthony MASON, The place of equity and equitable remedies in the contemporary common law world, in: LQR 110, p. 238
Beverley MCLACHLIN, The role of judges in modern Commonwealth society, in: LQR 110, p. 260
Stephen SEDLEY, The sound of silence: constitutional law without a constitution, in: LQR 110, p. 270
V.V. VEEDER, Mr. Justice Lawrance: the 'true begetter' of the English Commercial Court, in: LQR 110, p. 292
J.C. SMITH, Contracts – mistake, frustration and implied terms, in: LQR 110, p. 400
Elizabeth COOKE, Trespass, mesne profits and restitution, in: LQR 110, p. 420
Andrew REIN, The scope of hearsay, in: LQR 110, p. 431
Howard N. BENNETT, Fixtures, purchase money security interests and dispositions of interests in land, in: LQR 110, p. 448
Christine J. DAVIS, Fixtures, purchase money security interests and dispositions of interests in land, in: LQR 110, p. 448
Lord RODGER of Earlsferry, Scottish advocated in the nineteenth century: the German connection, in: LQR 110, p. 563
R.M. GOODE, Charges over book debts: a missed opportunity, in: LQR 110, p. 592
B.S. MARKESINIS, A matter of style, in: LQR 110, p. 607
C.R. WILLIAMS, Silence in Australia: probative force and rights in the law of evidence, in: LQR 110, p. 629

LQR 111, 1995
S.M. CRETNEY, Reform of intestacy: the best we can do?, in: LQR 111, p. 77
D.J. HARLAND, The statutory prohibition of misleading or deceptive conduct in Australia and its impact on the law of contract, in: LQR 111, p. 100
Nelson ENONCHONG, Title claims and illegal transactions, in: LQR 111, p. 135
Sue ARROWSMITH, Public procurement as an instrument of policy and the impact of market liberalisation, in: LQR 111, p. 235
I.N. Duncan WALLACE, No somersault after Murphy: New Zealand follows Canada, in: LQR 111, p. 285
Jane STAPLETON, Duty of Care: peripheral parties and alternative opportunities for deterrence, in: LQR 111, p. 301
Anthony OGUS, Economics and law reform: thirty years of Law Commission endeavour, in: LQR 111, p. 407
J.W. HARRIS, Private and non-private property: what is the difference?, in: LQR 111, p. 421
Gerry CROSS, Does only the careless polluter pay? A fresh examination of the nature of private nuisance, in: LQR 111, p. 445
Timothy H. JONES, Insanity, automatism and the burdon of proof on the accused, in: LQR 111, p. 475
Richard SCOTT, Procedures at inquiries – the duty to be fair, in: LQR 111, p. 596
Robert MEGARRY, The Lincoln's Inn mill-rinds, in: LQR 111, p. 617
Daniel FRIEDMANN, The performance interest in contract damages, in: LQR 111, p. 628
Christopher BRIGHT, Unfair terms in land contractds: copy out or cop out?, in: LQR 111, p. 655
Susan BRIGHT, Unfair terms in land contracts: copy out or cop out?, in: LQR 111, p. 655
Andrew S. BELL, The negative declaration in transnational litigation, in: LQR 111, p. 674

LQR 112, 1996
Simon GARDNER, Knowing assistance and knowing receipt: taking stock, in: LQR 112, 1996, p. 56
Trevor C. HARTLEY, The European Court, judicial objectivity and the constitution of the European Union, in: LQR 112, 1996, p. 95
S.M. CRETNEY, "What will the women want next?": The struggle for power within the family 1925-1975, in: LQR 112, 1996, p. 110
Stephen A. SMITH, In defence of substantive fairness, in: LQR 112, 1996, p. 138
Sydney KENTRIDGE, Bills of Rights — the South African experiment, in: LQR 112, 1996, p. 237
Rajiv NAIR, Weighing similar fact and avoiding prejudice, in: LQR 112, 1996, p. 262
Michael LOBBAN, Nineteenth century frauds in company formation: Derry v. Peek in context, in: LQR 112, 1996, p. 287
Stephen GOUGH, Intoxication and criminal liability: the Law Commission's proposed reforms, in: LQR 112, 1996, p. 335
Anthony ARNULL, The European Court and judicial objectivity: a reply to Professor Hartley, in: LQR 112, 1996, p. 411
Fidelis ODITAH, Takeovers, share exchanges and the meaning of loss, in: LQR 112, 1996, p. 424
Rosemary PATTENDEN, Similar fact evidence and proof of identity, in: LQR 112, 1996, p. 446
Michael SPENCE, Passing off and the misappropriation of valuable intangibles, in: LQR 112, 1996, p. 472
William WADE, Sovereignty — revolution or evolution?, in: LQR 112, 1996, p. 568
Reinhard ZIMMERMANN, Savigny's legacy: legal history, comparative law and the emergence of a European legal science, in: LQR 112, 1996, p. 576
A. JONES, Recovery of benefits conferred under contractual obligations prohibited by Article 85 or 86 or the Treaty of Rome, in: LQR 112, 1996, p. 606
Hazel CARTY, Dilution and passing off: cause for concern, in: LQR 112, 1996, p. 632
Yvonne CRIPPE, New statutory duties of disclosure for auditors in the regulated financial sector, in: LQR 112, 1996, p. 667

LQR 113, 1997
William WADE, Habeas corpus and judicial review, in: LQR 113, 1997, p. 55
P.P. CRAIG, One more unto the breach: the Community, the State and damages liability, in: LQR 113, 1997, p. 67
Jeremy HORDER, Two histories and four hidden principles of mens rea, in: LQR 113, 1997, p. 95
M.S. DOCKRAY, The inherent jurisdiction to regulate civil proceedings, in: LQR 113, 1997, p. 120
J.K. MACLEOD, The plight of the unbanked payee, in: LQR 113, 1997, p. 133
Jane STAPLETON, The normal expectancies measure in tort damages, in: LQR 113, 1997, p. 257
J.W. CARTER; Diane SKAPINKER, Breach of contract and misleading or deceptive conduct in Australia, in: LQR 113, 1997, p. 294
G.W. AUSTIN, The infringement of foreign intellectual property rights, in: LQR 113, 1997, p. 321
Lor STEYN, Contract law: fulfilling the reasonable expectations of honest men, in: LQR 113, 1997, p. 433
T.R.S. ALLAN, Parliamentary sovereignty: law, politics and revolution, in: LQR 113, 1997, p. 443
John SMITH, Criminal liability of accessories: law and law reform, in: LQR 113, 1997, p. 453
P.B. CARTER, Evidence obtained by use of a covert listening device, in: LQR 113, 1997, p. 468
John KEOWN, Restoring moral and intellectual shape to the law after Bland, in: LQR 113, 1997, p. 481
Sandra FREDMAN, Reversing discrimination, in: LQR 113, 1997, p. 575
Anthony J. DUGGAN, Is equity efficient?, in: LQR 113, 1997, p. 601
Martin WASIK, Discharge provisions and the restricted meaning of "conviction", in: LQR 113, 1997, p. 637
Katharine GREVLING, Fairness and the exclusion of eivdence under section 78(1) of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act, in: LQR 113, 1997, p. 667

LQR 114, 1998
A.J. ASHWORTH, Should the police be allowed to use deceptive practices?, in: LQR 114, 1998, p. 108
Andrew BARTLETT, Attribution of contributory negligence: agents, company directors and fraudsters, in: LQR 114, 1998, p. 460
David CAPPER, Undue influence and unconscionability: a rationalisation, in: LQR 114, 1998, p. 479
S.M. CRETNEY, The state as a parent: the Children Act of 1948 in retrospect, in: LQR 114, 1998, p. 419
Timothy ENDICOTT, Questions of law, in: LQR 114, 1998, p. 292
Robin EVANS-JONES, Receptions of law, mixed legal systems and the myth of the genius of Scots private law, in: LQR 114, 1998, p. 228
Christopher F. FORSYTH, Characterisation revisted: an essay in th etheory and practice of the English conflict of laws, in: LQR 114, 1998, p. 141
Benjamin GEVA, Allocation of forged cheque losses — comparative aspects, policies and a model for reform, in: LQR 114, 1998, p. 250
Elise Bennett HISTED, Election in equity: the myth of mistake, in: LQR 114, 1998, p. 621
D.A. IPP, Lawyers' duties to the court, in: LQR 114, 1998, p. 63
Peter MILLETT, Equity's place in the law of commerce, in: LQR 114, 1998, p. 214
Peter MILLETT, Restitution and constructive trusts, in: LQR 114, 1998, p. 399
Paul MITCHELL, Malice in defamation, in: LQR 114, 1998, p. 639
Michael SPENCE, Intellectual property and the problem of parody, in: LQR 114, 1998, p. 594
Lord WOOLF, Judicial review — the tensions between the executive and the judiciary, in: LQR 114, 1998, p. 579

LQR 115, 1999
Basil MARKESINIS, Privacy, freedom of expression and the horizontal effect of the Human Rights Bill. lessons from Germany, in: LQR 115, 1999, p. 47
D.G. BARNSLEY, Equitable easements — sixty years on, in: LQR 115, 1999, p. 89
Mark ELLIOTT, The demise of Parliamentary sovereignty? The implications for justifying judicial review, in: LQR 115, 1999, p. 119
T.R.S. ALLAN, The rule of law as the rule of reason: consent and constitutionalism, in: LQR 115, 1999, p. 221
Stephen A. SMITH, Concurrent liability in contract and unjust enrichment: the fundamental breach requirement, in: LQR 115, 1999, p. 245
Penney LEWIS; Alastair MULLIS, Delayed criminal prosecutions for childhoos sexual abuse: ensuring a fair trial, in: LQR 115, 1999, p. 265
Ross GRANTHAM, Illegal transactions and the powers of company directors, in: LQR 115, 1999, p. 296
I.N. Duncan WALLACE, Third party damage: no legal black hole?, in: LQR 115, 1999, p. 394
Philip SALES; Daniel STILITZ, Intentional infliction of harm by unlawful means, in: LQR 115, 1999, p. 411
Simon GARDNER, The remedial discretion in proporietary estoppel, in: LQR 115, 1999, p. 438
Simon EVANS, Rethinking tracing and the law of restitution, in: LQR 115, 1999, p. 469
Robin EVANS-JONES, Roman law in Scotland and England and the development of one law for Britain, in: LQR 115, 1999, p. 605
Patricia CRITCHLEY, Instruments of fraud, testamentary dispositions and the doctrine of secret trusts, in: LQR 115, 1999, p. 631
Andrew TETTENBORN, Principals, sub-agents and accountability, in: LQR 115, 1999, p. 655

LQR 116, 2000
Richard BUXTON, The Human Rights Act and Private Law, in: LQR 116, 2000, p. 48
Anthony MASON, Contract, Good Faith and Equitable Standards in Fair Dealing, in: LQR 116, 2000, p. 66
Simon WHITTAKER, Unfair Contract Terms, Public Services and the Construction of a European Conception of Contract, in: LQR 116, 2000, p. 95
Gerard MCCORMACK; Alan WARD, Subrogation and Bankers' Autonomous Undertakings, in: LQR 116, 2000, p. 121
Mike REDMAYNE, A Corroboration Approach to Recovered Memories of Sexual Abuse: A Note of Caution, in: LQR 116, 2000, p. 147
William WADE, Horizons of Horizontality, in: LQR 116, 2000, p. 217
Andrew ASHWORTH, Is the Criminal Law a Lost Cause?, in: LQR 116, 2000, p. 225
Richard RAWLINGS, Concordats of the Constitution, in: LQR 116, 2000, p. 257
Roger KERRIDGE; Julian RIVERS, The Construction of Wills, in: LQR 116, 2000, p. 287
Gerard MCMEEL, Philosophical Foundations of the Law of Agency, in: LQR 116, 2000, p. 387
Lionel SMITH, Unjust Enrichment, Property and the Structure of Trusts, in: LQR 116, 2000, p. 412
Elise Bennett HISTED, Finally Barring the Entail, in: LQR 116, 2000, p. 445
Neil DUXBURY, When We Were Young: Notes in the Law Quarterly Review 1885-1925, in: LQR 116, 2000, p. 474
S.M. CRETNEY, The King and the King's Proctor: the Abdication Crisis and the Divorce Laws 1936-1937, in: LQR 116, 2000, p. 583
David VAVER, Intellectual Property: The State of the Art, in: LQR 116, 2000, p. 621
Sarah WORTHINGTON, Corporate Governance: Remedying and Ratifying Director's Breaches, in: LQR 116, 2000, p. 638

LQR 117, 2001
F.M.B. REYNOLDS, Brian Davenport Q.C. [Obituary], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 1
Colin TAPPER, Clouded acquittal [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 1
Peter CANE, The temporal element in law [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 5
Hazel FOX, Access to justice and state immunity [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 10
Eugene FUNG; Lusina HO, Change of position and estoppel [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 14
Nicholas J. MULLANY, Limitation and latent damage in Hong Kong [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 20
M.C. HARRIS, Education and local authorities [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 25
Robert WILLIAMS, Remoteness: some unexpected mischief [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 30
Nicholas BAMFORTH, The true "horizontal effect" of the Human Rights Act 1998 [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 34
, The Common Law and the Political Constitution, in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 42
, The Common Law and the Political Constitution: A Reply, in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 68
, Judicial Notice and Statute Law, in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 71
, The Performance Interest, Panatown and the Problem of Loss, in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 81
, Developing the Obligation Characteristic of the Trust, in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 96
, A New Constitution for a New State? The 1707 Union of England and Scotland, in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 109
, The Role of the Donee's Consent in the Law of Gift, in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 127
   Reviews and Notices, p. 150
F.A. TRINDADE, Malice and the defence of fair comment [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 169
N.W. BARBER; Alison L. YOUNG, Political libel in New Zealand [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 175
Margaret FORDHAM, Liability for criminal acts of third parties [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 178
F.M.B. REYNOLDS, Casual delegation [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 180
Nicholas J. MULLANY, Distress, disorder and duty of care: The New Zealand front [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 182
Edwin PEEL, Forum non conveniens revisited [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 187
Peter MIRFIELD, Res judicata rejected [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 194
Rebecca BAILEY-HARRIS, Fairness in financial settlements on divorce [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 199
Caroline SAWYER, Applications by children: still seen but not heard? [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 203
Charles MITCHELL, Civil liability for bribery [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 207
Stephen WEATHERHILL, The E.C.J. and commcercial certainty [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 213
Simon WHITTAKER, Judicial interventionism and consumer contracts [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 215
Derek O'BRIEN; Vaughan CARTER, Due process — philosopher's stone or fool's gold? [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 220
, The Constitutional Foundations of the European Union, in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 225
, The Role of Statute in the Development of Common Law Doctrine, in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 247
, On the Subsidiarity of Unjust Enrichment, in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 273
, Imputed Knowledge in Agency Law — Excising the Fraud Exception, in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 300
   Reviews and Notices, p. 334
I.N. Duncan WALLACE, Tender call obligations in Canada [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 351
Steven GEE, Interpretation of commercial contracts [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 358
Alan BERG, Permitting a trustee to retain a profit [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 366
Roger KERRIDGE, Visiting the sins of the fathers on their children [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 371
Rick BIGWOOD, Economic duress by (threatened) breach of contract [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 376
Dominic O'SULLIVAN, Distributing the risk of contract fraud [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 381
H.W. HIGGINSON, Equity capital without shares [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 386
Peter WATTS, The shareholder as co-promisee [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 388
Christian WITTING, Res ipsa loquitur: some last words? [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 392
Peter HANDFORD, Psychiatric damage where the defendant is the immediate victim [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 397
Louise GULLIFER, One cause after another [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 403
N.W. BARBER, State necessity and revolutionary legality in Fiji [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 408
, Proprietary Restitution: Unmasking Unjust Enrichment, in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 412
, Johanna Wagner and the Rival Opera Houses, in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 431
, Policy Concerns behind Implication of Terms in Law, in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 459
, Severance of Joint Tenancy of Land by Partial Alienation, in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 477
   Reviews and Notices, p. 493
A.C.L. DAVIES, The European Convention and negligence actions: Osman "reviewed" [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p.
Dandy MALET, Section 2(2) of the Misrepresentation Act 1967 [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 524
Christopher HODGES, Compensating patients [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 528
Kumaralingam AMIRTHALINGHAM, A new dawn for patients' rights? [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 532
K.R. HANDLEY, Civil liability for bribery (No. 2) [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 536
James EDELMAN, Exemplary damages for breach of contract [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 539
Edwin PEEL, Reasonable exemption clauses [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 545
John EEKELAAR, Asset distribution on divorce — the durational element [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 552
T.M. YEO, Constructive trusts and the Brussels Convention [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 560
Joshua GETZLER, Unclean hands and the doctrine of jus tertii [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 565
Roderick BAGSHAW, Deceit within couples [Notes], in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 571
, Tax and the Taxpayer, in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 575
, The Courts, the Human Rights Act and Judicial Review, in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 589
, Legal Coherence and the Employment Revolution, in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 604
, The Principle in Bird v. Brown Revisited, in: LQR 117, 2001, p.
, The Devleopment of Quality Obligations in Sale of Goods, in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 645
, Cutter v. Powell: A Trip outside the Text, in: LQR 117, 2001, p. 664
   Reviews and Notices, p. 683

LQR 118, 2002
, The rending of changes [Notes], in: LQR 118, 2002, p. 1
, Employee's liability for statements [Notes], in: LQR 118, 2002, p. 4
, Wrongful birth revisited [Notes], in: LQR 118, 2002, p. 11
, Assignment and the Rome Convention [Notes], in: LQR 118, 2002, p. 15
, Human wrong? [Notes], in: LQR 118, 2002, p. 20
, Negligence, property and human rights [Notes], in: LQR 118, 2002, p. 27
, Gay rights come quietly [Notes], in: LQR 118, 2002, p. 31
, International Court of Justice declares provision measures of protection binding [Notes], in: LQR 118, 2002, p. 35
, Contradictions in considering conduct under void compromises [Notes], in: LQR 118, 2002, p. 38
Paul ROBERTS, The Presumption of Innocence Brought Home: Kebilene Deconstructed, in: LQR 118, 2002, p. 41
James GOBERT, Corporate Killing at Home and Abroad — Reflections on the Government's Proposals, in: LQR 118, 2002, p. 72
G.J. TOLHURST, Equitable Assignment of Legal Rights: A Resolution to a Conundrum, in: LQR 118, 2002, p. 98
Peter DEVONSHIRE, Freezing Orders, Disappearing Assets and the Problem of Enjoining Non-Parties, in: LQR 118, 2002, p. 124
   Reviews and Notices, p. 151
, Arbitration: no contract, no juristicition? [Notes], in: LQR 118, 2002, p. 175
, The issue of shares — compensating the company for loss [Notes], in: LQR 118, 2002, p. 180
, Film finance: the hidden wager [Notes], in: LQR 118, 2002, p. 187
, Damages for distress and disappointment — problem solved? [Notes], in: LQR 118, 2002, p. 193
, Common mistake in common law and in equity [Notes], in: LQR 118, 2002, p. 196
, Defining and delimiting national security [Notes], in: LQR 118, 2002, p. 200
, Human rights and consumer credit [Notes], in: LQR 118, 2002, p. 203
, Enrichments, expenses and restitutionary defences [Notes], in: LQR 118, 2002, p. 209
, The three stage test abandoned in Australia — or not? [Notes], in: LQR 118, 2002, p. 214
, Anns in Canada [Notes], in: LQR 118, 2002, p. 221
Lord RODGER of Earlsferry, The Form and Language of Judicial Opinions, in: LQR 118, 2002, p. 226
C.A. GEARTY, Reconciling Parliamentary Democracy and Human Rights, in: LQR 118, 2002, p. 248
Graham FERRIS; Graham BATTERSBY, The General Principles of Overreaching and the Reforms of 1925, in: LQR 118, 2002, p. 270
Dominic O'SULLIVAN, Rule in Phillips v. Phillips, in: LQR 118, 2002, p. 296
   Reviews and Notices, p. 324
Lord STEYN, The Case for a Supreme Court, in: LQR 118, 2002, p. 382
K.R. HANDLEY, A Closer Look at Henderson v. Henderson, in: LQR 118, 2002, p. 397
Bruce HARRIS, Final Appellate courts Overruling their own "Wrong" Precedents: the Ongoing Search for Principle, in: LQR 118, 2002, p. 408
David FOXTON, Corporate Personality in the Great War, in: LQR 118, 2002, p. 428
Jeremy HORDER, Strict Liability, Statutory Construction and the Spirit of Liberty, in: LQR 118, 2002, p. 458
Paul CRAIG, Contracting Out, the Human Rights Act and the Scope of Judicial Review, in: LQR 118, 2002, p. 551
Robert STEVENS; Ben MCFARLANE, In defence of Sumpter v. Hedges, in: LQR 118, 2002, p. 569
Lizzie BARMES, Adjudication and Public Opinion, in: LQR 118, 2002, p. 600
Shaun D. PATTINSON; Deryck BEYLEVELD, Horizontal Applicability and Direct Effect, in: LQR 118, 2002, p. 623

LQR 119, 2003
, The Scope of double actionability and public policy, in: LQR 119, 2003, p. 1
, The Quistclose trust, in: LQR 119, 2003, p. 8
, Two lessons from Trustor, in: LQR 119, 2003, p. 13
, Lucky architects: snail in an opaque bottle?, in: LQR 119, 2003, p. 17
, Punitive damages for breach of contract — a Canadian innovation, in: LQR 119, 2003, p. 20
, "Never say never": exemplary damages in negligence, in: LQR 119, 2003, p. 24
, Unlawful preferences and proprietary rights, in: LQR 119, 2003, p. 28
, Rights to rectify the Land Register as interests in land, in: LQR 119, 2003, p. 31
, Deposit: the importance of being (an) earnest, in: LQR 119, 2003, p. 34
, The case of a "suspicious" will, in: LQR 119, 2003, p. 39
, The non-immunity of chartable trust property, in: LQR 119, 2003, p. 44
, The Law Lords: An Endangered Heritage, in: LQR 119, 2003, p. 49
, The Objective Priciple and Mistake and Involuntariness in Contract and Restitution, in: LQR 119, 2003, p. 68
, The General Principles of Overreaching and the Modern Legislative Reforms 1996-2002, in: LQR 119, 2003, p. 94
, Judicial Supremacy and the rule of Law, in: LQR 119, 2003, p. 127
   Reviews and Notices, in: LQR 119, 2003, p. 153
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