Gray's Inn Student Law Journal 2016
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
- The jury system in modern rational law: is the jury system an absurd institution whose only claim to legitimacy is its archaic root?
- The evolution of procedural exclusivity: Is it time to Strike out the rule in O’Reilly v Mackman?
- Presumed consent: the Human Transplantation (Wales) Act 2013
- A principled reform of the Lord Chancellorship
- The demise of ‘doctor-knows-best’: development of the law of consent from Sidaway to Montgomery
- Should the penalty rule be abolished?
- A critical assessment of the law on assisted reproduction and legal parentage
- Should torture be permissible when there is a ticking time bomb?
- [Case notes] Davies v Davies  EWHC 015 (Ch)
Date posted: 11 August 2016