The OUCLJ is pleased to announce the publication of issue 20(2) of the Journal, which contains the following articles and case notes.
- Duncan Sheehan, 'At the Expense of': linking claimant and defendant in the law of unjust enrichment
- Santanu Sabhapandit, The public-private distinction in judicial review: a comparative analysis of India and England
- Adnan Trakic, Shari'ah compliance in Islamic finance contracts: the Malaysian constitutional dilemma
- Rob Batty, Restrictions on ownership under New Zealand registered trade mark law
- Shraddha Chaudhary, The compelling public interest in testimonial compulsion: a critique of the Supreme Court of India's decision in Ritesh Sinha v State of Uttar Pradesh
- Jack Maxwell & Joe Tomlinson, Proving algorithmic discrimination in government decision-making
The Editorial Board (Jordan English, Chen Chen, Alexander Georgiou, and Peter O'Loughlin) is grateful for the submissions it received, and particularly grateful for the following Associate Editors who worked on the issue:
- William Scobie
- Zachariah Pullar
- Herman Ahmad
- Titiksha Mohanty
- Madelaine Clifford
- John Yanni Goutzamanis
Submissions are open for issue 21(1) and a number of pieces have already been accepted for this issue.