EMLR INDEX

Private International Law

 

  1. Cachia Paul, ‘Recent Developments in the sphere of Jurisdiction in Civil and Commercial Matters’ (on the Brussels Regulation) (EMLR I)
  2. Testa David, ‘Liability and Insurance for the Carriage of Passengers by Sea under Regulation 392/2009: Providing a Lifeline to the Cruise Industry and Ensuring Proper Compensation for Passengers in the Event of Accidents’ – Winning essay of the first edition of the IMLI Essay Competition (EMLR III)

 

European Union Law

 

  1. Azzopardi Annalies, ‘The Contribution of EU Directives to the Objective of Consumer Protection’ (EMLR II)
  2. Azzopardi Daniel Mark, ‘Integrating Europe’s Securities Markets: The Way Forward’ (EMLR I)
  3. Azzopardi Sarah Louise, ‘The Single Supervisory Mechanism – The First Step towards a Banking Union’ (EMLR IV)
  4. Bartolo Daniela, ‘Access to Cross-Border Health Care in the European Union: Implications for Malta’, Winner of the ELSA Malta European Union Law Essay Competition (EMLR II)
  5. Capilli Giovanna, ‘The Proposal for a Regulation on Common European Sales Law: Outline of Regulatory Impact on Sales Guarantees Introduced by Directive 99/44/EC (EMLR II)
  6. Fabri David, ‘Transposing the Consumer Protection Acquis at Pre-Membership Stage: Current Candidate States and Others’ (EMLR II)
  7. Fava Lauro, ‘The European Union’s Constitutional Development: Towards the Solidary Integration Model’ (EMLR I)
  8. Mifsud Bonnici Clement, ‘Mobility in Europe through Primary Outbound Establishment: Challenging the Daily Mail Rule’, Winner of the ELSA Malta European Union Law Essay Competition (EMLR I)
  9. Pham Dee, ‘The Legislative and Institutional Structure of EU Electronic Communications Regulation’ (EMLR II)
  10. Tanti Karl, ‘The Common Consolidated Tax Base and Its Implications for Malta’, Awarded a Special Commendation in the ELSA Malta European Union Law Essay Competition (EMLR I)
  11. Van Cleynenbreugel Pieter, ‘Judicial Protection Against EU Financial Supervisory Authorities in the Wake of Regulatory Reform’ (EMLR II)

 

International Law / Human Rights

 

  1. Avellino Roberta, ‘Trafficking in Persons: A Contemporary Threat to Human Dignity’ (EMLR I)
  1. Avellino, Roberta, ‘State Responsibility for Trafficking In persons and Human Rights violations’ (EMLR II)
  1. Bonnici Ruth, ‘Government Litigation Privileges in Malta – Is the Right to a Fair Hearing at Risk’ (EMLR IV)
  2. Chongchuwanich Sippakorn, ‘The Changing Trends – The Wider Interpretation of the Principle of Non-Refoulement in the Case of Hirsi Jamaa et al v Italy’  (EMLR IV)
  3. Chongchuwanich Sippakorn, ‘The Crimean Crisis and Its’ Impacts on International Law and International Relations (EMLR V)
  4. Ismail Faiza, ‘Guatanamo Bay: A Human Disaster as a Consequence of Disregard to Law’ (EMLR I)
  5. Testa David, ‘Challenging Classical Self-Determination: Kosovo’s Case for Independence’ (EMLR I)
  6. Wade Gordon, ‘Freedom of Expression, Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity: A Jurisdictional Comparative’ (EMLR I)

 

Financial Services Law

 

  1. Azzopardi Sarah Louise, ‘The Single Supervisory Mechanism – The First Step towards a Banking Union’ (EMLR IV)
  2. Bugeja George, ‘Universal Banking and the Return of ‘Glass-Steagall’ (EMLR II)
  3. Buttigieg Christopher, ‘An Evaluation of the Theories and Objectives of Financial Regulation Post the 2007-2009 Financial Crisis: A European Perspective’ (EMLR II)
  4. Cassar Charles, ‘Leap of Faith: Launching the First Maltese Unit Trust’ (EMLR I)
  5. Cassar Charles, ‘Virtual Currencies – Risks and Regulations in Malta and Other Jurisdictions’ (EMLR IV)
  6. Van Cleynenbreugel Pieter, ‘Judicial Protection Against EU Financial Supervisory Authorities in the Wake of Regulatory Reform’ (EMLR II)

 

Company Law

 

  1. Grech Emma, ‘The Role and Obligations of Non-Executive Directors under Maltese Law’ (EMLR III)

 

Civil Law

 

  1. Aquilina, Prof. Kevin, ‘The Public Law Aspects of Maltese Divorce Law’ (EMLR II)
  2. Gambin Chloe, ‘The Implications of Alexander Caruana et vs Daniel Bonnici on the Awarding of Damages According to Article 1045 of the Civil Code (Chapter 16 of the Laws of Malta)’ (EMLR V)
  3. Jaccarini Nicola, ‘The Quantification of Damages under Maltese Tort Law – An Analysis of Butler v. Heard in Consideration of Past, Present and Proposed Legislation
  4. Mallia Borg Tessa, ‘The Quantification of Damages Before the Maltese Courts in Light of Turner v. Agius and Recent Amendments to the Civil Code’
  5. Sciberras Debono Nicole, ‘Malta’s Gender Identity, Gender Expression and Sex Characteristics Act – A Shift From a Binary Gender to a Whole New Spectrum?’
  6. Xuereb Matthew G., Review of ‘Medical Liability and Human Rights in Italian Private Law: Legal Interpretation as a Vehicle for Social Justice’ Written by Pasquale Laghi and Edited by Paolo B. Helzel and David E. Zammit (Published in 2013 by the Department of Civil Law at the University of Malta; Volume 1 of the Mediterranean Legal Cultures Research on Civil Law in a Mediterranean Context)  (EMLR V)

 

Tax Law

 

  1. Mallia Borg Alison, ‘Taxation of Foundations Under the Foundations (Income Tax) Regulations’ (EMLR I)
  2. Tanti Karl, ‘The Common Consolidated Tax Base and Its Implications for Malta’, Awarded a Special Commendation in the ELSA Malta European Union Law Essay Competition (EMLR I)

 

Media Law

 

  1. Lambert Paul, ‘Television Courtroom Broadcasting Research: The Problem, the Challenge and Eye Tracking’
  2. Pavelka Thomas, ‘The Concept of ‘Directed Website’ – A Jurisdictional Phenomenon Clarified? Cross-border consumer and tort victim protection in the light of recent ECJ Jurisprudence’ (EMLR I)

 

Constitutional/Administrative Law

 

  1. Aquilina, Prof. Kevin, ‘The Public Law Aspects of Maltese Divorce Law’ (EMLR II) (on administrative powers and on referendum)
  2. Bonnici Ruth, ‘Government Litigation Privileges in Malta – Is the Right to a Fair Hearing at Risk’ (EMLR IV)
  3. Buontempo Natasha, ‘A Discussion of Robert Alexy’s Theory of Constitutional Rules and Constitutional Principles As a Model for Adjudication’ (EMLR V)
  4. Costello Roisin Aine, ‘If I Should Fall Behind. An Examination of Constitutional Guarantees of Socio-Economic Rights’ (EMLR IV)
  5. Mifsud Ivan, ‘Said v Commissioner of Police and the role of the Administrative Review Tribunal as a forum for review of administrative action’ (EMLR III)
  6. Mizzi John-Claude, ‘Should a Council of State be established in Malta?’ (EMLR III)
  7. Sang Oscar, ‘The Separation of Powers and New Judicial Power: How the South African Constitutional Court Plotted Its Course’ (EMLR III)

 

Criminal Law

 

  1. Camilleri George, The Global War on the Illicit Drug Trafficking and Organised Crime: Grabbing the Raging Bull by the Horns, the Legs or the Tail? (EMLR V)
  2. Magistrate Dr Consuelo Scerri Herrera, ‘Drunk Driving With Particular Reference to Malta (EMLR V)

 

Medical Law

 

  1. Bartolo Daniela, ‘Access to Cross-Border Health Care in the European Union: Implications for Malta’, Winner of the ELSA Malta European Union Law Essay Competition (EMLR II)
  2. Funghi Giulia & Rosano Alessandro, ‘Shadow lines and scapegoats: medical criminal liability in Italy in the framework of national and international medical guidelines’ (EMLR III)
  3. Xuereb Matthew G., Review of ‘Medical Liability and Human Rights in Italian Private Law: Legal Interpretation as a Vehicle for Social Justice’ Written by Pasquale Laghi and Edited by Paolo B. Helzel and David E. Zammit (Published in 2013 by the Department of Civil Law at the University of Malta; Volume 1 of the Mediterranean Legal Cultures Research on Civil Law in a Mediterranean Context)  (EMLR V)

 

Environmental Law

 

  1. Looringh-van Beeck Kim, ‘Fishing for Sustainable Solutions: Towards a Communal System of Rights Allocation’ (EMLR II)
  2. Milan Sykora, ‘Management of Gas Transit Disputes in the Euro-Asian Region’ (EMLR IV)
  3. Stefankova Iveta, ‘International Regulation v National Regulation on Offshore Oil Exploitation – The USA as an Example’ (EMLR III)

 

Maritime Law

  1. Carbone Alessia, ‘The Use of Private Maritime Security Companies In a Highly Uncertain Regulatory Environment’ (EMLR V)
  2. Micallef Denise – A Legal Analysis of the Limitation of Liability of Classification Societies (EMLR IV)
  3. Miggiani Kristina, ‘Towards Universality and Uniformity: Combating The Jurisdictional Challenges Facing The Prosecution Of Somali Pirates’ (EMLR III)

 

ICT Law

 

  1. Azzopardi Myrna, ‘The Tallinn Manual on the International Law applicable to Cyber Warfare: A brief introduction on its treatment of Jus ad Bellum norms’ (EMLR III)
  2. Caruana Claudio, ‘The Legal Nature of Domain Names’ (EMLR IV)
  3. Pavelka Thomas, ‘The Concept of ‘Directed Website’ – A Jurisdictional Phenomenon Clarified? Cross-border consumer and tort victim protection in the light of recent ECJ Jurisprudence’ (EMLR I)

 

Intellectual Property Law

 

  1. Carli Cecilia, ‘Design and Trade Dress – The Importance of Appearance – A Comparative Perspective within Europe and Beyond’ (EMLR IV)