Jurisprudence and Legal Theory
When a court announces a new rule, does it apply only to future cases or also to disputes arising in the past? Samuel Beswick shows that the doctrine of non-retroactive adjudication offers no adequate answer.
University of British Columbia
How governments and the electorate choose to structure judicial institutions has implications for the rule of law. Stefanie A. Lindquist discusses the ways in which judicial retention systems affect the rule of law.
Arizona State University
Simon Lavis discusses ‘Nazi law’ and its aberration from normal legal-historical development with a point of rupture persisting…
The Open University