ILRP - Publications

European Journal of Law Reform, Volume 22, Issue 2, 2020

  • E. Albanesi-J. Teasdale, [Editorial] Parliamentary Scrutiny of Law Reform in Recently Established Constitutional Democracies and in the Commonwealth Sphere
  • O. Sallavaci, Parliamentary Scrutiny of Law Reform in Albania. Bodies, Procedures and Methods
  • S. Razai, Reflections on the Rule of Law and Law Reform in the Arab Region
  • J. Dharmananda, Re-examining the Relationship between Parliament and the Law Reform Commissions. An Australian Perspective
  • C. Burke, Parliamentary Follow-up of the Law Commission Bills. An Irish Perspective
  • A. Makower-L. Laurence Smyth, Law Reform Bills in the Parliament of the United Kingdom

 European Journal of Law Reform, Volume 21, Issue 4, 2019

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  • M. Jolley, Independence and Implementation. In Harmony and in Tension
  • A. Bushby, Law Reform and the Executive
  • E. Donelan, Law Reform in Ireland. Implementation and Independence of Law Reform Commission

 European Journal of Law Reform, Volume 21, Issue 1, 2019

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  • C. Stefanou, Editorial
  • R. Percival, Lessons from a Single Jurisdiction with Two Governments. Governments and the Initiation of Law Reform in England and Wales
  • J. Lee, Judging Reformers and Reforming Judges
  • K. Cronin, Law Reform in a Federal System. The Australian Example
  • B. Combrade, Is There a Law Commission in France? About the Commission Supérieure de Codification
  • N. Berkowitz, Legislative Reform in Post-Conflict Settings. A Practitioner’s View

The Theory and Practice of Legislation, Volume 6, Issue 2, 2018 

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  • E. Albanesi, Beyond the British model. Law reform in New Zealand, Australia, Canada, South Africa and Israel
  • G. McLay, Institutional law reform in New Zealand: the importance of independence
  • J. Barnes, On the ground and on the tap – law reform, Australian style
  • M. Moore, The past, present and future of law reform in Canada
  • C. Botha-B. Bekink, Law Reform in South Africa: 21 years since the establishment of a supreme constitutional dispensation
  • Y. Roznai-L. Volach, Law reform in Israel

 

The Theory and Practice of Legislation, Volume 6, Issue 1, 2018 

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  • J. Teasdale, [Book review] The work of the British law commissions: law reform … now?

 

European Journal of Law Reform, Volume 19, Issue 4, 2017

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  • J. Teasdale, Codification: A Civil Law Solution to a Common Law Conundrum?
  • P. Popelier, Codification in a Civil Law Jurisdiction: A Northern European Perspective
  • E. Albanesi, Codification in a Civil Law Jurisdiction: An Italian Perspective
  • H. O’Sullivan-D. Ormerod, Time for a Code: Reform of Sentencing Law in England and Wales
  • A. Mugasha, The Reform and Harmonization of Commercial Law in the East African Community

 

The Theory and Practice of Legislation, Volume 5, Issue 1, 2017

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  • J. Teasdale, [Book review] Fifty years of the law commissions: the dynamics of law reform

 

European Journal of Law Reform, Volume 18, Issue 3, 2016 

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  • J. Teasdale, Prologue: The IALS Law Reform Project
  • F. Pacini, The Italian ‘Legislation-Cutting’ Tool
  • E. Albanesi, The Mechanisms Used to Review Existing Legislation in the Civil Law System. Case Study – Italy
  • W. Robinson, Managing the EU Acquis

 

Rassegna Parlamentare, Anno LVII, No. 2, 2015

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  • E. Albanesi,  I meccanismi di semplificazione normativa nel Regno Unito

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