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Baatz, Yvonne (2004) Who decides on jurisdiction clauses? Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly, 1, 25-29.
Barker, C. (2004) Understanding the unjust enrichment principles in private law: A study of the concept and its reasons. In, Neyers, Jason, McInnes, Mitchell and Pitel, Stephen (eds.) Understanding Unjust Enrichment. Oxford, UK, Hart, 79-110.
Betlem, G. (2004) GGO’s en aansprakelijkheid in England. Tijdschrift voor Milieu Aansprakelijkhei, 203-207.
Conte, A., Davidson, S. and Burchill, R. (2004) Defining civil and political rights: the jurisprudence of the United Nations Human Rights Committee, Aldershot, UK, Ashgate, 280pp.
Debattista, Charles (2004) Laytime and demurrage in contracts of sale: links and connections. Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly, 2004, (4), 508-524.
Debattista, Charles (2004) Straight bills of lading: a continuing saga in the English Courts questions resolved, untouched and mooted by the Rafaela S. In, Proceedings of the XV International Congress of Maritime Arbitrators. XV International Congress of Maritime Arbitrators UK, Society of Maritime Arbitrators.
Edwards, Lilian (2004) Reconstructing consumer privacy protection on-line: A modest proposal. International Review of Law Computers & Technology, 18, (3), 313-344. (doi:10.1080/1360086042000276762).
Edwards, Lilian (2004) The Scotsman, the Greek, the Mauritian company and the Internet: where on earth do things happen in cyberspace? Edinburgh Law Review, 8, (1), 99-110.
Fionda, Julia and Bryant, Michael (2004) Briefcase on criminal law (3rd ed), London, UK, Cavendish, 213pp.
Halpin, Andrew (2004) Definition in the criminal law, Oxford, UK, Hart Publishing, 232pp.
Hjalmarsson, Johanna (2004) Third parties in from the cold. Shipping & Trade Law, 4, (10), 1-4.
Hopkins, N. (2004) Understanding unconscionability in proprietary estoppel. Journal of Contract Law, 20, (3), 210-232.
Laurie, Emma (2004) The Homelessness Act 2002 and housing allocations: all change or business as usual? Modern Law Review, 67, (1), 48-68. (doi:10.1111/j.1468-2230.2004.06701003.x).
Lee, Natalie (2004) The effect of the Human Rights Act 1998 on taxation policy and tax administration. eJournal of Tax Research, 2, (2), 155-182.
Lorenzon, F. (2004) Identity of the carrier clause, identificazione del vettore e UCP 500. Il Diritto Marittimo, II, (2004), 565-580.
Lorenzon, Filippo (2004) Book review. European Seaports Law: EU Law of ports and port services and the ports package. Lloyds Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly, (2), 270-271.
Lorenzon, Filippo (2004) Brevi cenni su un caso particolare di identificazione del dies a quo del termine di cui all'art. III.6 delle Hague Visby Rules. The dies a quo of the art III.6 time bar in the Hague Visby Rules: a special case. Trasporti - Diritto, Economia, Politica, (92), 103-108.
Lorenzon, Filippo (2004) Harmonization of European contract law: friend or foe to the shipping industry? Journal of International Maritime Law, 10, (6), 504-513.
Nazzini, Renato (2004) Concurrent proceedings in competition law: procedure, evidence and remedies, Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press, 558pp.
Nield, S. (2004) Adverse possession and estoppel. Conveyancer and Property Lawyer, 68, 123-136.
Reid, Emily (2004) Squaring the circle for tomorrow's world: a comparative analysis of the EC and WTO approaches to balancing economic & non-economic interests in international trade. In, Tridimas, Takis and Nebbia, Paolisa (eds.) European Union Law for the Twenty First Century: Rethinking the New Legal Order. Oxford, UK, Hart Publishing, 303-320.
Schmidt, Hedvig (2004) Civil actions: striking the right balance between public and private enforcement. Competition Law Insight, 25, 10-11.
Schmidt, Hedvig (2004) The IMS case. In, 4th CLaSF Workshop: Assessing the Boundaries: Intellectual Property and Competition Law , London, GB,
Schmidt, Hedvig (2004) Tying. At The New Competition Bill and its Implications for Intellectual Property Rights, Singapore, SG,
Schmidt, Hedvig and Askew Renault, Estelle (2004) The Schmidberger-case free movement of goods in the balance with fundamental rights. European Current Law, xi-xv.
Serdy, Andrew (2004) One fin, two fins, red fins, bluefins - some problems of taxonomy and nomenclature affecting legal instruments governing tuna and other highly migratory species. Marine Policy, 28, (3), 235-247. (doi:10.1016/j.marpol.2003.08.005).
Serdy, Andrew and Bliss, Michael (2004) Prompt release of fishing vessels: state practice in the light of cases before the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea. In, Oude Elferink, Alex G. and Rothwell, Donald R. (eds.) Oceans Management in the 21st Century: Institutional Frameworks and Responses. Leiden, The Netherlands; Boston, USA, Martinus Nijhoff, 273-294. (Publications on Ocean Development 44).
Shaw, Richard (2004) CMI Conference, Vancouver 2004. Journal of International Maritime Law, 10, (5), 440-443.
Shaw, Richard (2004) Comite Maritime International: news from CMI - 38th international conference 2004. Journal of International Maritime Law, 10, (2), 199-200.
Shaw, Richard (2004) Places of refuge: the debate moves on. Journal of International Maritime Law, 10, (2), 174-187.
Staniland, Hilton (2004) Admiralty law. Annual Survey of South African Law, 724-732.
Steele, Jenny (2004) Risks and legal theory, Oxford, UK, Hart Publishing, 216pp.
Tsimplis, Michael (2004) Alien species stay home: The International Convention for the Control and Management of Ships' Ballast Water. International Journal of Coastal and Marine Law, 19, (4), 411-482. (doi:10.1163/1571808053310116).
Tsimplis, Michael (2004) A commentary on the Bunker Pollution Convention 2001. In, 5th International Conference on Maritime Law, Greece, 28 - 30 Apr 2004.
Wikeley, Nick (2004) Child trust funds: asset-based welfare or a recipe for increased inequality? Journal of Social Security Law, 11, (4), 189-224.
Wilson, C. (2004) Internationalised domain names: problems and opportunities. Computer and Telecommunications Law Review, 10, (7), 174-181.