Volume 22, Issue 2 of the Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal published

Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal Issue 22(2) cover

The Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal is pleased to announce the publication of its Volume 22, Issue 2, which contains the following articles:

  1. Amitpal C. Singh, 'Republic of Fiji v Prasad: revolutionary legality and the taxonomy of legal change'
  2. Latika Vashist, 'Disgust for the sexual: the emotional side of obscenity law in India'
  3. Joel Soon, 'A comparative analysis of legislative protection from harassment: a view from Singapore'
  4. Aparajita Kaul and Rishika Agarwal, 'Neither here nor there: reconciling nominee directors' dual loyalties under the Indian Companies Act 2013'
  5. Samuel E. Ojogbo and Omerionwan K. Edu, 'Comparing maintenance and property rights in marriage under customary law and statutory law in Africa'

You may view this issue on our publisher's website here.

The Editorial Board that worked on this issue (Urania Chiu, Lauren Crais, Jessica Sutton, Anna Kretowicz, and Shuchita Goel) is grateful for the submissions it received. The OUCLJ continues to pride itself upon publishing high-quality scholarship on a diversity of legal issues which are of interest to an international audience.

Submissions to the OUCLJ are currently reviewed on a rolling basis, and you are strongly encouraged to submit original articles or case notes which fall within our aims and scope.