Fourth Wolverhampton Law Journal released
The fourth issue of the Wolverhampton Law Journal (WLJ) has now been published online.
The bi-annual journal aims to contribute to the vibrant research community at the University, and disseminate research regionally, nationally and globally.
The newest edition, along with previous additions, can be viewed on the Law Research Centre section of the University website.
It contains a number of research articles, including: What should an insolvency practitioner do?; The privatisation of dispute resolution and the crisis of law; Rights, responsibilities and religion in a mid-Victorian convict prison; We bid you be of Hope (Again) – A case of sexual consent; and Does prison work? A comparative analysis on contemporary prison systems in England and Wales and Finland, 2000 to Present.
“Oh Ghosh, that’s not dishonest!” A note on the test for dishonesty. R v David Barton and Rosemary Booth  EWCA Crim 575 features in the case notes section and there’s a review of ‘Arbitrating Brands International Investment Treaties and Trade Marks’ by Metka Potocnik.
The next issue will be a special edition for December 2020 with the theme of “Law and Criminal Justice in times of Crisis”.
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