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The development of affirmative action in European Commission policy-making: assessing the risks. J. Social Welfare & Fam. Law, 22(3), 2000.
From ‘best interests’ to participatory rights: children’s involvement in family migration decisions. Child & Fam. Law Q., 12(2), 2000, 167-84.
Internal migration in the European Union: migrant children as European citizens. Brussels, European Commission (DG22), 2000.
The participation of women researchers in the
TMR programme of the European Commission: an evaluation. Brussels, European
Commission (DG12), 2000.
ANDENAS, M.† and SUGARMAN, D. editors
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interest: legal, socio-legal and economic analysis. pp. 317. London, Kluwer
Law International, 2000
Perspective Anglaise sur l’intégration économique et sociale européenne. Juripole, 2000.
Subrogation and unjust enrichment: Banque Financiere de la Cite v Parc (Battersea) Ltd: a French perspective: in Rose, F. (ed.), Restitution and insolvency, Mansfield Press/Lloyds of London Press, 2000, 77-112.
Unjust enrichment, restitution and insolvency in
French law: in Rose, F. (ed.), Restitution and insolvency, Mansfield
Press/Lloyds of London Press, 2000, 49-65.
ARMSTRONG-CERFONTAINE, M. and CERFONTAINE, A.†
L’esprit de l’Insolvency Act 1986." Juripole, 2000.
The rhetoric of inclusion? Corporate governance in
insolvency law. Insolv. Law., 1, 2000.
BRYAN, I. and ROWE, P.
The role of evidence in war crimes
trials: the common law and the Yugoslav tribunal. Yearb. Int. Human. Law,
2, 2000, 307-23.
Concealing the past: questioning
textbook histories of equity and trusts. Liverpool Law Rev., 22(2-3),
DOUPÉ, M. and SALTER, M.
The Cheshire world-view. Kings
College Law J., 11(1), 2000, 49-77.
Dematerialisation of insurance documents in international trade transactions: a need for legislative reform. Univ. New S. Wales Law J., 23(1), 2000, 78-104.
Paperless sipping documents: an Australian
perspective. Tulane Maritime Law J., 25(1), 2000, 255-98.
Athletes and acquaintance rape. Fem. Legal Stud., 4, 2000, 497-511.
An interview of Lauren Berlant with Imogen Tyler. Cult.
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The notion of rules and
rule-making in the central-local government relationship. Anglo-Am. Law Rev.,
29(3), 2000, 315-41.
Legal theory in the crucible of
constitutional justice. pp. 312. Dartmouth, Ashgate, 2000.
PICCIOTTO, S. and CAMPBELL, D.†
The justifications of financial
futures exchanges: in Hudson, A. (ed.), Modern financial techniques,
derivatives, and the law, London, Kluwer, 2000, 121-33.
Current law statutes annotated. pp. 9. Armed Forces Discipline Act, 2000.
Kosovo 1999, the air campaign. Have the provisions of additional protocol I withstood the test? Int. Rev. Red Cross, 82, 2000, 147-164.
Maintaining discipline in United Nations peace support operations: the legal quagmire for military contingents. J. Conflict & Security Law, 5, 2000, 45-62.
Memorandum of foreign affairs committee,
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The visibility of the Holocaust:
Franz Neumann and the Nuremberg trials: in Fine, R. and Turner, C. (eds.), Social
theory after the Holocaust, Liverpool, Liverpool University Press, 2000,
Adorno and Horkheimer: Enlightenment and anti-Semitism. Oxford J. Jew. Stud., LI(2), 2000, 297-312.
Lyotard: emancipation and anti-Semitism: in Fine,
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Is company law founded on contract or public regulation?: the law commissions: paper on directors’ duties: in Andenas, M. and Sugarman, D. (eds.), Directors’ conflicts of interest: legal, socio-legal and economic analysis, London, Kluwer Law International, 2000, 71-118.
Reassessing Hurst a transatlantic perspective. Law
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SUGARMAN, D. and SHERR, A.†
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