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Plymouth Law Review

Previous Issues:
Volume 9, Autumn 2017
Volume 8, Autumn 2016
Volume 7, Autumn 2015
Volume 6, Autumn 2014
Volume 5, (Autumn 2012) 2013
Volume 4, Autumn 2011
Volume 3, Autumn 2010
Volume 2, Autumn 2009
Volume 1, Autumn 2008

Volume 10, 2018

Editorial

24th Pilgrim Father’s Lecture:
The Right Hon Lady Black of Derwent DBE, Justice of the Supreme Court,
(forthcoming on the subject of International Family Law )


Graduate Articles

Law

Jordan Owen,
 Tearing Up the Patchwork Quilt: An Examination of How, Why and When Liability for Psychiatric Injury in the Tort of Negligence, 1-20

Victoria Boruta, The Position of the Estate Owner and the Adverse Possessor, A Comparison Between England and Wales, Scotland and the Republic of Ireland, 21-42

Shannen Trout, First World Problems, Developing World Impacts: An Assessment of the Adequacy of the Law on Shipbreaking, 43-66

Jessica Clarke, The Demise of the Traditional Jury and Jury Impartiality with Particular Focus on Media Intrusion 67-83


Criminal Justice

Michael Felstead, Identifying Factors that Influence the Use of Dark Web Cryptomarkets: Qualitative Interviews with Cryptomarket Users, 184-104

Jodie Nash, A Critical Examination of the Police Use of Tasers, 105-123

Thomas Roscoe, Criminology on the Buses, How do Structures of Neoliberalism and Culture Impact Crime and Role Performance within the Bus Industry, 124-144


Student Reports
 
Paige Peacock and Dani Harper, The Annual Pilgrim Fathers’ Lecture 2017: A First Year Perspective, 145-148

Virginia Butcher, Built and Natural Environments: The Annual Garner Lecture for the UK Environmental Law Association, 149-154

Julia Glukhikh, Erasmus+ Mobility Programme: My Internship with German Law Firm Nzp Nagy Legal, 155-159

Ryan Cornelius, Client Interviewing: Becoming a National Champion, 160-164

Adam Price, A Magnum Opus? Winning the 2017 Flux Competition, 165-184

Georgia Lucas, Megan Luke, Kim Stevenson and Craig Newbery-Jones, ESRC Festival of Social Science 2017:‘Creating Purpose’ Crime History Exhibition, 185-192


Staff Articles

Pippa Trimble, Medical Law at Plymouth: A Different Approach, 193-198

Luke Fisher, Practitioner to Academic: A Reflective and Personal Account, 199-205

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