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The author had planned to work on a monograph related to the potential of using the maqāṣid in Islamic jurisprudence, uncoupled from their religious foundations, as a tool for the conversation with secular law and legal thinking, which by and large has shed its own religious roots and proceeded...
Despite its international construction and codification, the criminal offence of ‘trafficking in persons’ is absent from the statutes of international judicial institutions. Does this result in the inability to hold those who engage in the traffic of human beings accountable under international...
The significant Finnish case of a.g.m .- cos.met offered the chance for the ecj to revitalise and consolidate the forgotten second track of Union and Member State responsibility under eu law: vicarious State liability. It requires a tort of a public servant in performing his official duties...
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