Gray's Inn Student Law Journal 2016

The 8th edition of the Gray's Inn Student Law Journal is now available to read online

This year's journal, edited by Edward Dean, contains the below articles:

  • To what extent have our courts adopted a coherent approach to proportionality? 
    Thomas Phillips (Winner of the Michael Beloff Essay Prize) 
  • Does the criminal law of joint enterprise cause injustice? 
    Henry Moore (Winner of the Lee Essay Prize) 
  • Burying the bomb: the wider lessons that can be drawn from the 2015 Iranian nuclear deal on the law on the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons 
    John Churchill
  • The jury system in modern rational law: is the jury system an absurd institution whose only claim to legitimacy is its archaic root? 
    George Mavrantonis 
  • The evolution of procedural exclusivity: Is it time to Strike out the rule in O’Reilly v Mackman? 
    Siân McGibbon 
  • Presumed consent: the Human Transplantation (Wales) Act 2013 
    Michael O’Reilly 
  • A principled reform of the Lord Chancellorship 
    Fraser Peh 
  • The demise of ‘doctor-knows-best’: development of the law of consent from Sidaway to Montgomery 
    Charley Turton 
  • Should the penalty rule be abolished? 
    Phoebe Whitlock 
  • A critical assessment of the law on assisted reproduction and legal parentage 
    Grace Wright
  • Should torture be permissible when there is a ticking time bomb? 
    Dilan Yaslak
  • [Case notes] Davies v Davies [2015] EWHC 015 (Ch) 
    Luke Tattersall 
Date posted: 11 August 2016