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Res judicata, oppression and abuse of process in Scots extradition law. (2021)
Journal Article
ARNELL, P. 2021. Res judicata, oppression and abuse of process in Scots extradition law. Scots law times [online], 25, pages 94-96. Available from: https://uk.westlaw.com

This article considers Iliev (Ilia) v HM Advocate (HCJ Appeal), refusing permission to appeal against a decision to extradite the applicant to Romania under a European arrest warrant on the grounds of res judicata or abuse of process arising out of t... Read More about Res judicata, oppression and abuse of process in Scots extradition law..

Improving the human rights accountability of multinational corporations in the oil and gas industry: a case study of Nigeria. (2021)
Thesis
ORIESO, A.E. 2021. Improving the human rights accountability of multinational corporations in the oil and gas industry: a case study of Nigeria. Robert Gordon University, PhD thesis. Hosted on OpenAIR [online]. Available from: https://doi.org/10.48526/rgu-wt-1447326

If we think that the environment is less important than the economy, then we should try holding our breath while we count our money. This thesis examines the legal framework governing the oil and gas industry in Nigeria. The oil and gas industry in N... Read More about Improving the human rights accountability of multinational corporations in the oil and gas industry: a case study of Nigeria..

Charity law and public benefit in Scotland. (2021)
Journal Article
ILOKA, U. and ARNELL, P. 2021. Charity law and public benefit in Scotland. Scots law times [online], 12, pages 52-54. Available from: https://westlaw.com

Discusses Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator v New Lanark Hotels Ltd (IH) on whether the Upper Tribunal had erred in concluding that a charity's trading subsidiaries should be entered on the Scottish Charities Register despite having activities... Read More about Charity law and public benefit in Scotland..

Extradition and mental health in the spotlight: the case of Julian Assange. (2021)
Journal Article
ARNELL, P. and FORRESTER, A. 2021. Extradition and mental health in the spotlight: the case of Julian Assange. Criminal behaviour and mental health [online], 31(2), pages 77-79. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1002/cbm.2195

Approximately 1000 persons are extradited from the UK every year. While this number may lessen on account of Brexit, it is clear that hundreds of individuals will be forcibly removed from the UK, both nationals and non-nationals, to stand trial or be... Read More about Extradition and mental health in the spotlight: the case of Julian Assange..

Real burdens and implied enforcement rights: the Scottish Law Commission's recommendations. (2021)
Journal Article
ANDERSON, C. 2021. Real burdens and implied enforcement rights: the Scottish Law Commission's recommendations. Juridical review [online], 1, pages 38-47. Available from: http://westlaw.co.uk

This article examines the Scottish Law Commission's final recommendations on the operation of Title Conditions (Scotland) Act 2003 s.53 and the implications for the law of implied rights to enforce real burdens.

Understanding legal research in the built environment. (2021)
Book Chapter
MANTE, J. 2021. Understanding legal research in the built environment. In Manu, E. and Akotia, J. (eds.) Secondary research methods in the built environment. Abingdon: Routledge [online], chapter 8, pages 106-116. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1201/9781003000532-8

Legal research is often misunderstood by many a researcher in the built environment, especially beginners. Its role as a suitable research approach employing both primary and secondary sources of data to arrive at logically sound outcomes is often un... Read More about Understanding legal research in the built environment..

Police cooperation and exchange of information under the EU-UK trade and cooperation agreement. (2021)
Journal Article
ARNELL, P., BOCK, S., DAVIES, G. and WÖRNER, L. 2021. Police cooperation and exchange of information under the EU-UK trade and cooperation agreement. New journal of European criminal law [online], 12(2), pages 265-276. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1177/2032284421995572

Brexit has led to a realignment of police cooperation and information exchange between the EU and the UK. This has been affected by Titles II-V and IX of Part III of the Trade and Cooperation Agreement. The terms governing the exchange of DNA, finger... Read More about Police cooperation and exchange of information under the EU-UK trade and cooperation agreement..

Julian Assange extradition: freedom of British media to expose US state secrets is at stake. [Newspaper article] (2021)
Other
ARNELL, P. 2021. Julian Assange extradition: freedom of British media to expose US state secrets is at stake. [Newspaper article]. Press gazette [online], 2 March 2021. Available from: https://www.pressgazette.co.uk/julian-assange-extradition-appeal/

Dr Paul Arnell is expert on extradition law from Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen – he explains why the Julian Assange extradition appeal has huge implications for media freedom in the UK.

Shamima Begum's exile over Isis support raises profound questions about racism, sexism and British citizenship. [Newspaper article] (2021)
Other
ARNELL, P. 2021. Shamima Begum's exile over Isis support raises profound questions about racism, sexism and British citizenship. [Newspaper article]. The Scotsman [online], 27 February 2021. Available from: https://www.scotsman.com/news/opinion/columnists/shamima-begums-exile-over-isis-support-raises-profound-questions-about-racism-sexism-and-british-citizenship-dr-paul-arnell-3148318

The case of Shamima Begum raises strong and contrasting opinions. Many people feel that her permanent exile from the UK is a just and reasonable response to what she has done. Others are of the view that that fate is discriminatory and egregious.

The new UK-EU extradition arrangements. (2021)
Journal Article
ARNELL, P. and DAVIES, G. 2021. The new UK-EU extradition arrangements. Scots law times [online], 6, pages 21-23. Available from: http://westlaw.co.uk

Extradition requests to Scotland under the European Arrest Warrant (EAW) have ended. Existing from 1 January 2004 to 31 December 2020 the EAW transformed aspects of Scottish and UK extradition practice. In its stead is a new set of rules applying bet... Read More about The new UK-EU extradition arrangements..