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Bates, E. (2005) Supervising the execution of judgments delivered by the European Court of Human Rights: the challenges facing the Committee of Ministers. In, Christou, Theodora and Raymond, Juan-Pablo (eds.) European Court of Human Rights: Remedies and Execution of Judgments. London, British Institute of International and Comparative Law, 49-106.
Betlem, Gerrit (2005) Torts, a European ius commune and the private enforcement of Community law. Cambridge Law Journal, 64, (1), 126-148. (doi:10.1017/S0008197305006811).
Conte, A. (2005) Crime and terror: New Zealand's criminal law reform since 9/11. New Zealand Universities Law Review, 21, (4), 635-664.
Conte, A. (2005) Security in the 21st century: the United Nations, Afghanistan and Iraq, Aldershot, UK, Ashgate, 330pp.
Debattista, Charles (2005) Drafting enforceable arbitration clauses. Arbitration International, 21, (2), 233-240.
Edwards, Lilian (2005) The problem of intermediary service provider liability. In, Edwards, Lilian (eds.) The New Legal Framework For E-commerce In Europe. Oxford, UK, Hart, 93-136.
Fionda, Julia (2005) Devils and angels: youth, policy and crime, Oxford, UK, Hart Publishing, 304pp.
Gaskell, N. and Smith, C. (2005) Private law rights applicable to seafarers. In, Fitzpatrick, D. and Anderson, M. (eds.) Seafarers' Rights. United Kingdom, Oxford University Press, 169-226.
Halpin, Andrew (2005) Or, even, what the law can teach the philosophy of language: a response to Green's Dworkin's Fallacy. Virginia Law Review, 91, (1), 175-186.
Hjalmarsson, Johanna (2005) The long wake of anti-suit injunctions. Shipping & Trade Law, 5, (2), 1-4.
Hjalmarsson, Johanna (2005) A princess transmogrified. Shipping & Trade Law, 5, (5), 1-3.
Hjalmarsson, Johanna and Lista, Andrea (2005) EU competition law and maritime transport: Seismic shock or gentle grumble? Shipping & Trade Law, 5, (3), 1-4.
Johanna, Hjalmarsson and Andrea, Lista (2005) EU competition law and maritime transport: seismic shock or gentle grumble? Shipping & Trade Law, 5, (3), 1-3.
Jones, Caroline (2005) Looking like a family: negotiating bio-genetic continuity in British lesbian families using licensed donor insemination. Sexualities, 8, (2), 221-237. (doi:10.1177/1363460705050856).
Lascaratos, A., Sofianos, S., Theocharis, A. and Tsimplis, M. (2005) Long term water masses: time scales. In, Papathanassiou, E. and Zenetos, A. (eds.) State of the Hellenic marine environment. Athens, Greece, HCMR Publications, 111-120.
Laurie, Emma (2005) The origins of central control over local authority housing allocations: principle or pragmatism? Journal of Legal History, 26, (3), 305-324. (doi:10.1080/01440360500347582).
Lee, Natalie (2005) The effect of the Human Rights Act 1998 on taxation policy and administration. In, Fisher, Rodney and Walpole, Michael (eds.) Global Challenges in Tax Administration. Birmingham, UK, Fiscal Publications, 168-190.
Lorenzon, Filippo (2005) The European contract law project and maritime law. In, Bull, Hans Jacob (eds.) The Emerging European Maritime Law: Proceedings from the Third European Colloquium on Maritime Law Research Ravenna, 17-18 September 2004. Third European Colloquium on Maritime Law Research Oslo, Sjorettsfondet, University of Oslo, 137-158. (MarIus, 330).
Lorenzon, Filippo (2005) The interpretation of contracts book review. Journal of Business Law, 267-268.
Lorenzon, Filippo (2005) New rules make Italian register attractive for yacht owners. Lloyd's List, 6.
Lorenzon, Filippo, Clarke, M., Herber, R. and Ramberg, J. (2005) Public consultation on logistics for promoting freight intermodality - intergrated services in the intermodal chain, Final Report Task B: intermodal liability and documentation. Rotterdam, NL, ECORYS, 34pp.
Lorenzon, Filippo and Graham-Wilson, Jocelyn (2005) The Jordan II: a foregone conclusion or a missed opportunity? Shipping and Trade Law, 5, (1), 1-3.
Meredith, A.P. (2005) Some shortcomings in the provision of sex education in England. In, Harris, Neville and Meredith, A.P. (eds.) Children, Education and Health: International Perspectives on Law and Policy. Aldershot, UK, Ashgate, 105-128.
Montgomery, Jonathan (2005) Impact of European Union Law on English Healthcare Law. In, Dougan, Michael and Spaventa, Eleanor (eds.) Social Welfare and EU Law. Oxford, UK, Hart, 145-156. (Essays in European Law 9).
Montgomery, Jonathan (2005) The impact of European Union law on English healthcare law. In, Dougan, Michael and Spaventa, Eleanor (eds.) Social Welfare and EU Law. Oxford, UK, Hart Publishing, 145-156. (Essays in European Law).
Montgomery, Jonathan (2005) Personal information in the National Health Service: the demise or rise of patient interests? In, Lace, Susanne (eds.) The Glass Consumer: Life in a Surveillance Society. London, UK, National Consumer Council, 187-204.
Nield, S. (2005) Charges, possession and human rights: a reappraisal of S.87(1) Law of Property Act 1925. In, Cooke, Elizabeth (eds.) Modern Studies in Property Law. Oxford, UK, Hart Publishing, 155-175.
Nield, S. (2005) Forest law and the verderers of the New Forest, Fordingbridge, UK, New Forest Research and Publications Trust, 50pp.
Nwabueze, Remigius Nnamdi (2005) The concept of sepulchral rights in Canada and the USA in the age of genomics: hints from Iceland. Rutgers Computer & Technology Law Journal, 31, (2), 217-284.
Nwabueze, Remigius Nnamdi (2005) What can genomics and health biotechnology do for developing countries? Albany Law Journal of Science and Technology, 15, 371-232.
Saxby, Stephen (2005) Crown copyright regulation in the UK: is the debate still alive? International Journal of Law and Information Technology., 13, (3), 299-335. (doi:10.1093/ijlit/eai017).
Serdy, Andrew (2005) Bringing Taiwan into the international fisheries fold: the legal personality of a fishing entity. In, Crawford, James and Lowe, Vaughan (eds.) British Year Book of International Law 2004. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press, 183-221. (British Year Book of International Law, 75).
Serdy, Andrew (2005) The paradoxical success of UNCLOS part XV: a half-hearted reply to Rosemary Rayfuse. [in special issue: Law of the Sea] Victoria University of Wellington Law Review, 36, (4), 713-721.
Serdy, Andrew (2005) Towards certainty of seabed jurisdiction beyond 200 nautical miles from the territorial sea baseline: Australia's submission to the Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf. Ocean Development and International Law, 36, (3), 201-217. (doi:10.1080/00908320591004298).
Shaw, Richard (2005) Editorial. What is a ship in maritime law? Journal of International Maritime Law, 11, (4), 247-249.
Shaw, Richard (2005) IMO Legal Committee, report of meetings 18-29 April 2005. Journal of International Maritime Law, 11, (2), 158-161.
Shaw, Richard (2005) IOPC funds meetings: October 2005. Journal of International Maritime Law, 11, (6), 430-432.
Shaw, Richard (2005) Meetings of the IOPC Funds: March 2005. Journal of International Maritime Law, 11, (2), 156-158.
Shaw, Richard (2005) Suppression of unlawful acts against the safety of maritime navigation. Journal of International Maritime Law, 11, (5), 379-380.
Staniland, Hilton (2005) Admiralty law. Annual Survey of South African Law, (1), 726-736.
Staniland, Hilton (2005) Legislating for the recognition of foreign maritime liens in South Africa. In, Davies, Martin (eds.) Jurisdiction and Forum Selection in International Maritime Law: Essays in Honor of Robert Force. Frederick, USA, Kluwer Law International, 321-339.
Staniland, Hilton (2005) Limitation of liability in South Africa. In, Griggs, Patrick , Williams , Richard and Farr, Jeremy (eds.) Limitation of Liability for Maritime Claims. London, UK, Informa, 395-408.
Tsimplis, M. (2005) The Bunker Pollution Convention 2001: completing and harmonising the liability regime for oil pollution from ships? Lloyd's Maritime & Commercial Law Quarterly, 83-100.
Tsimplis, M. (2005) The wave climate of the Aegean Sea: the tidal signal. In, Papathanassiou, E. and Zenetos, A. (eds.) State of the Hellenic marine environment. Athens, Greece, HCMR Publications, 71-73.