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1. "Crossover" Children in the youth justice and child protection systems

2. Access to justice in arbitration : concept, context and practice

3. Access to telecommunication data in criminal justice : a comparative legal analysis

4. Administrative Dispute in the Central and Eastern European States : collected papers

5. Advanced Introduction to Law and Renewable Energy

6. Advanced introduction to landmark criminal cases

7. Advancing civil justice reform and conflict resolution in Africa and Asia : comparative analyses and case studies

8. Algorithmic governance and governance of algorithms : legal and ethical challenges

9. Algorithmic regulation and personalized law : a handbook

10. Arbitration in Africa

11. Artificial Intelligence and the Law :

12. Artificial intelligence : robot law, policy and ethics

13. Artificial intelligence : the practical legal issues

14. Banking bailout law : a comparative study of the United States, United Kingdom and the European Union

15. Banning black gods : law and religions of the african diaspora

16. Being consequential about restorative justice

17. Big data, political campaigning and the law : democracy and privacy in the age of micro-targeting

18. Biolaw : origins, doctrine and juridical applications on the biosciences

19. COVID-19 and human rights

20. The Cambridge companion to the rule of law

21. The Cambridge handbook of class actions : an international survey

22. The Cambridge handbook of twin peaks financial regulation

23. Challenged justice : in pursuit of judicial independence

24. Challenges to assumptions in competition law

25. Civil case management in the twenty-first century : court structures still matter