The following chapters, articles and/or other contributions were recently published by LDRN members:
Christoph Antons, ‘Copyright Law in Indonesia: From a Hybrid to an Endogenous System?’, in: John Gilchrist and Brian Fitzgerald (eds.), Copyright, Property and the Social Contract: The Reconceptualisation of Copyright, Cham, Switzerland: Springer, 2018 (pp. 73-88)
Kinnari Bhatt,‘Chagos: A Chance for the ICJ to do more for advancing human rights through the rule of law?‘ QIL, Zoom-out 55 (2018) 85-92 (part of a series of articles ahead of the ICJ Advisory Opinion on the Chagos Archipelago)
Danny Bradlow, ‘World Bank president: list of reforms African states should be demanding‘, The Conversation, 21 January 2019
Jeff Handmaker, ‘The Legitimacy Crisis Within International Criminal Justice and the Importance of Critical, Reflexive Learning‘, in: Bob Jessop & Karim Knio (eds), The Pedagogy of Economic, Political and Social Crises: Dynamics, Construals and Lessons, Routledge: London, 2018 (pp. 189–206)
Carolien Jacobs, ‘Seeking justice, experiencing the state: criminal justice and real legal uncertainty in the Democratic Republic of Congo‘, The Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law, published online 14 January 2019
Bashar H. Malkawi, ‘Corporate Governance in Jordan: Role of the External Auditor‘, in: Dima Jamali, Virginia Bodolica & Yulia Lapina (eds), Corporate Governance in Arab Countries: Specifics and Outlooks, Virtus Interpress: Sumy, 2018 (pp. 179-203)
Edna Odhiambo, ‘Regulatory preparedness for non-motorised transport in Nairobi‘, in: Patricia Kameri-Mbote, Alexander Paterson, Oliver C. Ruppel, Bibobra Bello Orubebe, Emmanuel D. Kam Yogo (eds.), Law | Environment | Africa, Nomos: Baden-Baden, 2019 (pp. 201 – 220).
LDRN members are welcome to announce their latest publications via this monthly list – please send references and links to the Editor by the final Monday of the month.
Preference goes to publications released in the past month over earlier ones.