VOLUME 4

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COMPUTERS AND THE LAW
I. Computers and Legal Education, Andre Yeap & Ravindra Samuel

COMPUTERS AND THE LAW
II. Computers and The Practice of Law, Latiff Ibrahim & Zaid Hamzah

COMPUTERS AND THE LAW
III. Computers and their Legal Impact, Richard Tan Ming Kirk & Kevin Tan Yew Lee

The Trial of a Computer Crime, Jay Bloombecker

The United Nations: Perception and Reality, Tommy T.B.Koh

Personal Viewpoint: An interview with Tun Mohd. Suffian

A Tribute To Lord Denning

Lease Financing in Singapore: Towards Greater Sophistication and Dynamism in the Market, Zaid Hamzah

Transnational Corporations and Their Impact on Developing Countries: A Boon or Bane to the Third World?, Alban Kang

Export Financing and the role of the Export Credit Insurance Corporation of Singapore Ltd, Maina Khialani

The Proper Law: A Choice of Law Rule in Tort Cases?, Kayel S.

The Law governing the Validity of a Contract - A Reconsideration, Faizah Jamal

Resolving A Conflict of Laws in Shipping, Agency and Insurance Contracts, Ong Teck Ghee

Substance and Procedure in Private International Law, Ananda Radhakrishnan

Freedom of Expression in Singapore - Chasing the Ghost of Bentham, Martin Marini

Sociological Jurisprudence: Law as a means of controlling Juvenile Delinquency, Giam Cheng Han

Stare Decisis in Singapore and Malaysia: A sad tale of the use and abuse of statutes, Andrew Phang

Donoghue v. Stevensen revisited, Tan Yock Lin

The Mechanics of the Rule Against Perpetuities and the Class Closing Rule, Jacqueline Woo

Company Law in 1984: An Orwellian Nightmare?, Tan Lai Huat

Government Immunity for the Tort of Military Servants - a statutary anomaly?, Winston Chew

The General Defences under the Penal Code of Singapore, R Chandra Mohan & Kevin Tan Yew Lee