Brand, JFD

‘Returning home?’ in H Carr, B Edgeworth and C Hunter (eds) Law and the precarious home. Socio legal perspective on the home in insecure times (2018) London: Hart, 317-330.

 

De Man, A

‘Critiques of the human rights framework as the foundation of a human rights-based approach to development’ (2018) 43:1 Journal for Juridical Science 84-116.

 

Du Plessis, G

‘Constitutional changes and values of the South African Schools Act.’ In, De Waal, E (ed) Pathways to Successful Schooling: South African Schools Act 84 of 1996 – 20 years on (2018) 9-24. Co-author Jan De Groof.

 

Nkhata, MJ

‘Safeguarding the Integrity of Judicial Appointments in Malawi: A Proposed Reform Agenda’ (2018) Journal of African Law 1-26. doi:10.1017/S0021855318000153.

 

‘Academic freedom, institutional autonomy and the University of Malawi: An analysis of some trends and prospects' (2017) 21 Law, Democracy and Development 127.

 

‘The Malawi-Rwanda Extradition Treaty of February 2017: An arrangement of convenience or a convenience of arrangement?’ (2017) 17 International Criminal Law Review 844-878.

 

‘Spotlight on the Guardians of the Gatekeepers: An Assessment of the Judicial Service Commission of Malawi’ Vol 51 No 1 (2018) Comparative and International Law Journal of Southern Africa 66–96. Available at https://journals.co.za/content/journal/10520/EJC-107c9f3dcf?fromSearch=true.

 

‘The short happy life of the SADC Tribunal’ African Journal of Legal Studies (2018) 1-32

 

Okpaluba, C

‘Damages for wrongful arrest, detention and malicious prosecution in Swaziland: Liability issues’ Journal for Juridical Science 43 (2018) 55-83.

 

 ‘Quantification of damages for malicious prosecution: A comparative analysis of recent South African and Commonwealth case law (1)’ SACLJ 2018 (2) 235-259.

 

‘Quantification of damages for malicious prosecution: A comparative analysis of recent South African and Commonwealth case law (2)’ SACLJ 2018 (3) 410-436.

 

Pretorius, JL

‘Aligning school discipline with the best interests of the child: Some deficits in the legislative framework’ 35(1) Perspectives in Education (2018). (Co-author M Reyneke).

 

Employment Equity Law: Revision Service 18 (2018). LexisNexis.

 


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