European Law Students' Association Malta

Edition VII

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Introductory Comments

1. Foreword by Dr Ivan Mifsud, Dean at the Faculty of Laws at the University of Malta.

2. Editorial by the Editorial Board of the ELSA Malta Law Review consisting of the Editors in Chief Raoul Ciappara, Chris Grech and Sean Wismayer


3. Joanne Attard - An Analysis into the Newly Amended Sexual Offences, with Specific Regard to Rape and Defilement of Minors.

4. Therese Lia - The Possible Legal Implications that Artificial Intelligence Poses in the Near Future.

5. Dr Jan de Bruyne & Prof. Dr. Cedric Vanleehove - The European Court of Justice’s Judgment in the Pip Breast Implant Case: An Occasion to Discuss the Liability of Notified Bodies.

6. Dr Jan de Bruyne & Prof. Dr. Cedric Vanleehove - New Technologies, New Laws? A Case Study of Robots and Social Media.

7. Dr Tonio Borg - The 2020 Constitutional Amendments: A Legal Analysis.

8. Laura Aquilina - Global Constitutional Law.

9. Sylvana Brannon, B.S.C, BA(Hons) - A Review of Legal Interventions in Severe Parental Alienation Cases.

10. Liam Axisa - A Comparative Approach to the Legalisation of Marijuana in Malta - An Analysis of Policies and Economic Effects of Regulation.

11. Nina Fauser - An Insight into the Application of Blockchain Technologies in the Maritime and Shipping Industry.

12. Jurgen Micallef - Reducing the EU's Democratic Deficit: What Role can the European Parliament Play and what Further Reforms could be Considered?

Case Studies

13. Tessa Schembri -The Implications of Av. Peter Fenech noe vs Dipartiment tal-Kuntratti on the Doctrine of Culpa in Contrahendo under Maltese law.


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