The Denning Law Journal

The Denning Law Journal

The Denning Law Journal is a general, peer-refereed legal journal that publishes original articles that seek to promote the values cherished by Lord Denning;

  • Freedom of the individual
  • Independence from State intervention
  • Preservation of Human rights
  • Preserving the traditions of judicial independence, integrity and creativity
  • Global libertarianism

In addition to publishing articles, the journal and its website contain sections devoted to recent legislation and reports, to case analysis and book reviews.

Founded in 1985 and now published by the University of Buckingham Press The Denning Law Journal has an international editorial board.

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Vol 29, No 1 (2017)

Table of Contents

Editorial

James Slater, Carol Brennan
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1

Articles

John Gardner
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3-16
Natalie Pratt
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17-40
Kal KC Leung
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41-67
James Slater
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68-105

Commentaries

John Hatchard
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109-130
Murdoch Thomson
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131-139

Book Reviews

Judith Bray
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143-148
Jocelynne Annette Scutt
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149-156
Fred Motson
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157-162