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Centralising insolvencies of pan-European corporate groups: a creditor's dream or nightmare (2006)
Journal Article
Ronen-Mevorach, I. (2006). Centralising insolvencies of pan-European corporate groups: a creditor's dream or nightmare. Journal of Business Law, 2006(August),

Reflects on whether the EC's centralised approach to corporate insolvency within multinational groups of companies is likely to promote fairness to creditors. Considers the extent to which such a system fulfils creditors' expectations concerning the... Read More about Centralising insolvencies of pan-European corporate groups: a creditor's dream or nightmare.

Psychiatric treatment: in the absence of law?: R (on the application of B) v. Ashworth Hospital Authority and another, [2005] U.K.H.L. 20 (2006)
Journal Article
Bartlett, P. (2006). Psychiatric treatment: in the absence of law?: R (on the application of B) v. Ashworth Hospital Authority and another, [2005] U.K.H.L. 20. Medical Law Review, 15(1), doi:10.1093/medlaw/fwi037

This case concerns the scope of the compulsory treatment provisions of the Mental Health Act 1983. In particular, it determines whether persons confined under that Act may be compulsorily treated for any mental disorder or only for the form of mental... Read More about Psychiatric treatment: in the absence of law?: R (on the application of B) v. Ashworth Hospital Authority and another, [2005] U.K.H.L. 20.

A question of definition: feminist legal scholarship, socio-legal studies and debate about law and politics (2006)
Journal Article
Murphy, T., & Whitty, N. (2006). A question of definition: feminist legal scholarship, socio-legal studies and debate about law and politics. Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly, 57(3),

In recent years, debate about the relationship between law and politics appears to have become a good deal more intense in the United Kingdom. As others have observed, one major catalyst for this has been the ascent of human rights in the popular ima... Read More about A question of definition: feminist legal scholarship, socio-legal studies and debate about law and politics.

The question of evil and feminist legal scholarship (2006)
Journal Article
Murphy, T., & Whitty, N. (2006). The question of evil and feminist legal scholarship. Feminist Legal Studies, 14(1), doi:10.1007/s10691-006-9012-3

In this article, we argue that feminist legal scholars should engage directly and explicitly with the question of evil. Part I summarises key facts surrounding the prosecution and life-long imprisonment of Myra Hindley, one of a tiny number of women... Read More about The question of evil and feminist legal scholarship.