Pretoria Student Law Review 2007-1
Edited by Francisca Pretorius, Avani Singh, Jonathan Swanepoel, Johann Spies and Gus Waschefort
Print version: Available
Electronic version: Free PDF available
About the publication
The Pretoria Student Law Review is a student-run law journal, aimed at offering student researchers the opportunity to participate in discussions and debates about the law. In addition to material produced by students at the University of Pretoria, articles and contributions from other faculties in South Africa and abroad will be considered for publication. The approach is experimental, investigative, sometimes challenging. Not conventional.
Table of Contents
- 1. Poverty alleviation and the control of public revenue in Nigeria: Legal and equitable issues
- 2. Shielding those who highlight the emperor’s new clothes - does the Constitution demand a journalistic privilege?
- 3. Why must I cry? Justification, sacrifice, loneliness, madness and laughter in postapartheid judicial decision-making
- 4. The struggle for recognition and politics of indemnity: A feminist jurisprudential approach to President of the Republic of South Africa v Hugo
- 5. The magistracy and judicial independence: A state of mind or the state of circumstances?
- 6. Human rights and American foreign policy
- 7. For the sake of saving a viable life: Arguments for court orders preventing termination of pregnancy procedures and the forcing of in utero surgery in surrogacy agreements
Gustav Preller and Ian Learmonth