Pretoria University Law Press (PULP)

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Pretoria Student Law Review 2015 - 9

Pretoria Student Law Review 2015 - 9
Editors: Alicia Allison, Alexia Katsiginis & Michael Potter
2016
ISSN: 1998-0280
Pages: 127
Print version: Available
Electronic version: Free PDF available

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About the publication

Words fail to describe what an honour it has been to have been part of the ninth edition of the Pretoria Student Law Review. The sense of satisfaction is overwhelming in this being the third edition I have had the privilege to be a part of. Having spent three years as part of this publication I cannot begin to describe and expand upon all that I have learnt in this time, but one thing which I guarantee is the bright and prosperous future of the legal profession of South Africa. With each successive edition I see a thirst and hunger for knowledge from law students, each year those yearnings becoming more intense and providing us with the most thought provoking and well-founded articles. The desire to challenge the status quo, to reject the notions of complacency and outright refusal of facile thought is truly something all these writers should be proud of and us along with them. To read and to write is the essence of not only thought, but of life itself.

Editor in chief: Alicia Allison

Editors: Alexia Katsiginis and Michael Potter


Table of Contents

  • Editors’ note
    Alicia Allison
  • From the Dean’s desk
    Andre Boraine
  • Challenges to peaceful protest in Nigeria: The use of force
    Adebayo Okeowo
  • (Wo)man in the mirror — A reflection: Law’s influence on society, identity and feminism
    Devon-Lee Andries
  • The impossibility to be lost in transformation
    JJ van der Walt
  • The political constructions of justice: Reviewing Antjie Krog’s Country of my skull and application of African jurisprudence
    Marko Svicevic
  • The effect of the South African media on HIV/AIDS awareness
    Nicole King
  • A new ‘ray of light’ in socio-economic rights jurisprudence? A note on Coughlan NO v Road Accident Fund (Centre for Child Law Amicus Curiae) (CCT160/14) [2015] ZACC 9
    Romy-Anne Templeton
  • The ‘irrational’ female was invented by the patriarchal society
    Sarah Hartman
  • Liability in space law: Questions on practical application of absolute fault and liability
    Sevela Masie & Kaitlin Morris
  • Introducing deconstructive intersectionality: The general jurisprudential rage against rainbow theory
    Tamryn Gordon

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