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ACC Infects the Criminal Law?
This case note critically examines an ACC appeal that decides a point of criminal law.
The Scots Statute-Style and Substance
New or renewed legislatures afford opportunities for reassessing old legislatures, and introducing new and improved forms of legislative composition. Thus the North American experience, derived from the breakaway Colonies, ...
Eclipse of Courage: Technical Reason and the Limits of Self-Affirming Bravery
Courage is among the most popular and least-understood virtues, with a seemingly endless array of paradigms and descriptions. Does courage relate primarily to physical or to moral struggle? Is courage fortitude, or is it ...