The OUCLJ is happy to announce the publication of its issue 16(2); as always, it covers a broad range of topics, from children's rights to unjust enrichment, in a variety of formats. For this issue, we are particularly delighted about the opportunity to publish the 2015 Bram Fischer Memorial Lecture, given by Justice Edwin Cameron under the title 'Fidelity and betrayal under law'.
The other articles of this issue are:
- Jayna Kothari & Aparna Ravi, 'A battle of rights: the right to education of children versus rights of minority schools'
- Md. Rizwanul Islam, 'Judges as legislators: benevolent exercise of powers by the higher judiciary in Bangladesh with not so benevolent consequences'
- Brian Sang YK, 'The reach of the bill of rights into personal legal relations in Kenyan constitutional law and jurisprudence'
- Nicolas Kyriakides, 'Civil procedure reform in Cyprus: looking to England and beyond'
- William Fotherby, 'The overseas territories and the British courts'
- Kenny Chng & Yihan Goh, 'A renewed consideration of consideration: MWB Business Exchange Centres Ltd v Rock Advertising Ltd  EWCA CIV 553' [Case Note]
- Steve Hedley, 'What is ‘unjust enrichment’ for?' [Book Review]
The Editorial Board is grateful that it could rely on the ongoing support of Krishnaprasad KV, the Journal's former General Editor, for the production of this issue. The Board is all the more delighted to announce that Nicholas Bentley, who joined Oxford in 2016 for an MSc in Law and Finance, has meanwhile been elected as a new Editor; since joining the Board at the beginning of Hilary Term, he has been an invaluable addition to our team.