Monthly Archives: July 2004

(500)  ACADEMIC FREEDOM IN BOTSWANA: A SCOTS DISSENT

  Scots Law News is grateful to its comparative public law correspondent Chris Himsworth for drawing attention to the recent decision of the Botswana Appeal Court upholding the lawfulness of the decision of the country’s President, Festus Mogae, to expel … Continue reading

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(495)  MIXED JURISDICTIONS AND NATURAL DISASTERS

  Events in Louisiana and neighbouring states of the USA on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico following Hurricane Katrina on 29 August 2005 have reminded Scots Law News vividly of the tsunami in Sri Lanka on Boxing Day … Continue reading

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