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Mr. Andrew Perkins

LL.B (Hons), LL.M (Wales), Barrister (Gray’s Inn), Solicitor (non-practising), AFHEA

 

Edited Collections

  • Cayman Business Law (2020 Edition), (CILPA Press), Dr. Lisa Bowyer and Mr. Andrew Perkins.
  • Forthcoming 2022: Market Abuse Regulation (offshore) in Elgar Research Handbook on Global Capital Markets, edited by Iain MacNeil and Iris H-Y Chu.

 

Journal Articles

 

Case Notes

  • In the matter of CTRIP Investments Issue 3 2020 CILr P41
  • In the matter of China Holdings Issue 3 2020 CILr P43

 

Book Reviews

  • Directors Law and Practice- International Commercial Law Review 2009 P190
  • European Public Law- International Trade Law Review 2009 P146
  • Responsible Business- International Trade Law Review 2009 P162

 

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Mrs. Karolina Norris

LL.B, LL.M UK, PgCert, FHEA

 

 

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Ms. Kerry Lewis

BA (Hons), LL.M, PGCTHE, FHEA, Solicitor (non-practising)

 

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Ms. Laura Panades

LL.B, BSc, MRes (UPF) (Barcelona)
  • Laura Panadès, ‘Small States, High Stakes: A Policy Proposal To Deliver Welfare Via Public Purchasing’, 4 International Journal of Procurement Management 14, 426-440.
  • Laura Panadès, ‘Panama APPapers: valoración crítica de la asociación público-privada en Panamá desde el derecho comparado’ [Panama PPPapers: a comparative law-based critical assessment of public-private partnerships in Panama], Anuario de Derecho de la Universidad de Panamá (forthcoming).
  • Laura Panadès, ‘Public-private partnerships in transport: a critical assessment of the Caribbean’, 1 Public Administration and Policy – An Asia-Pacific Journal 24, 61-75.
  • Laura Panadès, ‘Building cruise berthing facilities in the Cayman Islands – an unfinished drama in three acts’, 1 Études Caribéennes 47, 1-21.
  • Laura Panadès, ‘Brexit from an offshore perspective’ (2020) 3 Cayman Islands Law Review Journal, 92-97.
  • Laura Panadès, ‘Economic diplomacy in small countries: a four-action plan for the Cayman Islands’, (2020) 1 International Journal of Diplomacy and Economy 6, 67-84.
  • Laura Panadès, ‘The Cayman Islands Public Procurement reform –  research reaps real rewards’, (2020) 2 Eur. Pub. Private Partnership L. Rev 15, 186-94.
  • Laura Panadès, ‘Competition in British Overseas Territories’ Public Procurement: going for gold or a race to the bottom?’, (2020) 1 Eur. Pub. Private Partnership L. Rev 15, 13-23.
  • Laura Panadès, ‘Technocracy in paradise: Assessing the Social Impact of Public Procurement in The Cayman Islands via Public Sector Interviews’, (2019) 5 The Round Table – The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs 108, 553-565.
  • Laura Panadès, ‘The Cayman Islands New Public Procurement Framework: manuscript or first draft?’ (2019) 2 Eur. Pub. Private Partnership L. Rev 14, 79-86.
  • Laura Panadès, ‘Assessing Public-Private Partnership Law and Regulation in the Cayman Islands: Opening Gateways or Closing Loopholes?’, (2019) 3 Public Procurement Law Review 28, 108-119.
  • Laura Panadès, ‘Note-taking and notability: how to succeed at legal fieldwork’ (2018) 2 Croatian International Relations Review 24, 104-123.
  • Laura Panadès, ‘The Cayman Islands: New Procurement Regulations: filling gaps or digging holes?’ (2018) 2 Eur. Pub. Private Partnership L. Rev 13.
  • Christian Kurrer and Laura Panadès, ‘What if we were to travel on levitating trains?’, European Parliament Research Service, PE614.558 (Publications Office of the European Union 2018).
  • Laura Panadès, ‘The Cayman Islands: Public-Private Partnerships under construction’ (2017) 2 Eur. Pub. Private Partnership L. Rev 12.
  • Laura Panadès, ‘The Cayman Islands: An Ongoing Overhaul of Public Procurement’ (2017) 1 Eur. Pub. Private Partnership L. Rev 12.
  • Lieve Van Woensel, Philip Boucher, Laura Panadès, ‘Ten more technologies which could change our lives: potential impacts and policy implications’ [2017] European Parliament Research Service.
  •  Laura Panadès, ‘Reinforced Social Clauses in Public-Private Partnerships as the vehicle for the people’s Europe’ in E Stetter et al (eds), Progressive Lab for Sustainable Development. From vision to action, Foundation for European Progressive Studies 2017, ISBN 978-2-930769-13-4.
  • Laura Panadès, ‘Book review: Public Services in EU Law’ [2016] 3 Public Procurement Law Review 113-114.
  • Josepa Alemany, Xavier Perramon, and Laura Panadès. ‘The impact of the European Higher Education Area on traineeships: interviews with academic coordinators’ (2016) 2 Intangible Capital 12, 420-446.
  • Lieve Van Woensel, Geoff Archer, Laura Panadès, Darja Vrscaj, ‘Towards scientific foresight in the European Parliament, in depth analysis’ [2015] European Parliament Research Service.
  •  Lieve Van Woensel, Geoff Archer, Laura Panadès, ‘Ten technologies which could change our lives: potential impacts and policy implications’ [2015] European Parliament Research Service.
  • Josepa Alemany, Xavier Perramon, and Laura Panadès. ‘Las prácticas externas en el proceso de adaptación al EEES: El punto de vista de la primera promoción de grado en la UPF [Traineeships in the transition towards the European Higher Education Area: first results]’ (2014) 4 Revista de Docencia Universitaria 12.
  • Josepa Alemany, Xavier Perramon, and Laura Panadès. ‘Use of mobile collaborative tools for the assessment of out-of-classroom courses in Higher Education. Cloud technologies applied to the monitoring of the Practicum’ (CSEDU 2014, 6th International Conference on Computer Supported Education).
  • Xavier Perramon, Josepa Alemany and Laura Panadès. ‘Assuring the quality of the practicum in the EHEA with Moodle and Google Docs – Design of a tool for facilitating the practicum monitoring’, Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Computer Supported Education, Vol 2: CSEDU, pages 175-178.

 

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Mr. Michael Bromby

BSc (Hons), GDL, LL.M (Edin), Dip FMS, FHEA, CMALT

 

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Mr. Mitchell Davies, BEM

LL.B (Hons) (UEA)
  • Davies, M. C. (2013) ‘[Cali] Fornication by False Pretences – No Penalty for Partner Personation under California’s Penal Code’, Journal of Criminal Law, 77(4), pp. 325–336.
  • Davies, M. (2004) ‘R v. Dica: Lessons in Practising Unsafe Sex’, Journal of Criminal Law, 68(Part 6), pp. 498–506.
  • Davies, M. (2004) ‘Lawmakers, Law Lords and Legal Fault: Two Tales from the (Thames) River Bank: Sexual Offences Act 2003; R v. G and Another’, Journal of Criminal Law, 68(Part 2), pp. 130–149.
  • Davies, M. C. (2002) ‘Consenting to Battery under a Misapprehension: Mistake as to Quality in the Court of Appeal’, Common Law World Review, 31(3), pp. 236–253.
  • Davies, M. C. (2001) ‘Public Policy in the Cayman Islands: Driving a Cart and (Unruly) Horses through the Recognition Legislation’, International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 50(1), pp. 133–143.
  • Davies, M. C. (1998) ‘Leaving Provocation to the Jury: A Homicidal Muddle’, Journal of Criminal Law, 62(4), pp. 374–388.
  • Davies, M. C. (1997) ‘After R v. Clowes (No 2): An Act of Theft Empowered – A Jury Impoverished’, Journal of Criminal Law, 61(1), pp. 99–110.
  • Davies, M. C. (1996) ‘Signals of Symmetry in Reckless Attempts’, Anglo-American Law Review, 25(3), pp. 367–375.
  • Davies, M. C. (1996) ‘Charitable trusts in the Cayman Islands: goodbye to the Statute of Elizabeth’, Charity Law and Practice Review, 4(2), pp. 119–151.
  • Davies, M. C. (1995) ‘Shifting the fault lines in unintentional crime’, Liverpool Law Review, 17(2), pp. 115–152.
  • Davies, M. C. (1994) ‘Constructive Manslaughter – A Not So Basic, Basic Intent Crime’, Journal of Criminal Law, 58(Part 4), pp. 398–402.
  • Davies, M. C. (1994) ‘Proximity in Attempts; Preparing to Cross Rubicon’, Journal of Criminal Law, 58(Part 1), pp. 78–84.
  • Davies, M. C. (1993) ‘Due Propriety in Perverting the Course of Justice’, Journal of Criminal Law, 57(Part 4), pp. 380–384.
  • Davies, M. C. (1993) ‘Consent after the House of Lords: Taking and Leading Astray the Law of Theft’, Legal Studies, 13(3), pp. 308–322.
  • Davies, M. (1992) ‘A Certain Sense of Belonging’, Journal of Criminal Law, 56(Part 2), pp. 175–178.
  • Davies, M. (1992) ‘Innocent agents and legal principle’, Journal of Criminal Law, 56(4), pp. 386–388.
  • Davies, M. (1992) ‘Dishonesty and intention to repay in deception offences’, Journal of Criminal Law, 56(3), pp. 277–279.
  • Davies, M. (1989) ‘Recklessness re-examined: in pursuit of the conscientious objective’, Denning Law Journal, 1989, pp. 27–51.

 

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Ms. Rhian Minty

LL.B (Hons), LL.M (De Monfort), Barrister (Gray’s Inn) (non-practising)
  • O’Brien, D. and Minty, R. (2021) ‘The challenges of multi-layered governance and the fight for same sex marriage in Bermuda and the Caribbean Overseas Territories’, Public Law, Jan, pp. 106–124.

 

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Mr. Scott Atkins

LL.B (Hons), Dip LP, FHEA, Solicitor (non-practising)

 

 Textbook

  • S Atkins, Equity & Trusts (3rd edn, 2019, TBLS Academic Publishing; formerly published by Routledge)

 

 Edited works

  • S Atkins (ed), Insights into Trusts Law: the Channel Islands and beyond’ (2013) Institute of Law, Jersey
  • S Atkins (ed) Futter & Pitt: Mistakes by Trustees (2014) Institute of Law, Jersey

 

Articles

  • S Atkins, ‘The Law of Trusts: two out of three ain’t bad’ (2020) Cayman Islands Law Review (publication due Winter 2020)
  • S Atkins, Westlaw Insight Encyclopaedia: various short articles on key provisions in the law of trusts (updated annually)
  • S Atkins, ‘Solomon v McCarthy: unwritten trusts of land’ (2020) T & T 26 (4) 372-376
  • S Atkins, ‘A Balance of Convenience’ (2020) SJ 163 (3) 56-57
  • S Atkins, ‘Implication of contractual terms (One Fish Co Ltd v Iceland Foods Ltd)’ Lexis-Nexis 25/1/2018

 

Case notes

  • S Atkins, ‘Legg v Burton: proprietary estoppel might found a basis for mutual wills’ (2018) 24 (4) T & T 377-380

 

 Conference reports

  • S Atkins, ‘Futter & Pitt: mistakes by trustees: a look at the Supreme Court decision and the way forward’ (2014) (1) JGLR 121
  • S Atkins, ‘Insights into trust law: the Channel Islands and beyond’ (2013) (1) JGLR 69

 

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Dr. Simon Cooper

LL.B., LL.M., M.Phil., Ph.D., Dip.L.P., Solicitor (non-practising), Attorney (N.Y.)

 

Chapter in Books

  • Cooper, S., “Obligations as Incidents of Ownership” in M. George et al. “Essays in Memory of MP Thompson” (Hart, 2021).
  • Cooper, S., “Sugden v Lord St Leonards: Probate of the Missing Will” in B. Sloan “Landmark Cases in Succession Law” (Hart, 2020).
  • Cooper, S., “Error and Responsibility” in P. Kenna et al “E-Conveyancing and Title Registration in Ireland” (Clarus, 2018).
  • Cooper, S., “Lack of Proper Care in Registered Land” in A. Goymour et al “New Perspectives in Land Registration” (Hart, 2017).
  • Cooper, S., “Good Governance and Crown Lands” in L. Smith “Surveying the Past, Mapping the Future” (Cambridge Scholars, 2016).
  • Cooper, S., “Removing Title Blemishes as a Function of Registration” in A. Wudarski, “Das Grundbuch im Europa des 21. Jahrhunderts” (Duncker Humblot, 2016).
  • Cooper, S., “Registered Title and the Assurance of Reliability” in W. Barr “Modern Studies in Property Law” 8th edition (Hart Publishing, 2015) 308-330.
  • Cooper, S., “The Versatility of State Indemnity” in M. Dixon “Modern Studies in Property Law” 5th edition (Hart Publishing, 2009), 35-60

 

Articles

  • Cooper, S., “Register Entry Pursuant to a Court Order Subsequently Set Aside” [2019] The Conveyancer 59-67.
  • Cooper, S., “Correction of the Register and Mistake by Omission” [2018] The Conveyancer 225-243.
  • Cooper, S., “Discretion in Property Law: A Study of Judicial Correction of Title” (2018) Legal Studies 1-23.
  • Cooper, S., “Interests, Powers and Mere Equities in Modern Land Law” (2017) 37 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 435-460 with E. Lees.
  • Cooper S., “Seller Fraud and Conveyancer Liabilities” [2017] The Conveyancer 325-329.
  • Cooper, S., “Resolving Title Conflicts in Registered Land” (2015) 131 Law Quarterly Review 108-131.
  • Cooper, S., “Removing Defects in Title as a Function of the Land Register – Comparative Perspectives” [2015] Rejent (in Polish) (with A. Wudarski).
  • Cooper, S., “Regulating Fallibility in Registered Land Titles” (2013) 72 Cambridge Law Journal 341-368.
  • Cooper, S., “Privilege and Equality amongst Testamentary Creditors” (2012) 41 Common Law World Review 322-353.
  • Cooper, S., “Partition of Land in the Commonwealth Caribbean” (2010) 39 Common Law World Review 283-310.
  • Cooper, S., “Guardianship and Dealings with Infants’ Lands” (2009) Caribbean Law Review 66.
  • Cooper, S., “Payment of Price and Transfer of Title” (2009) Caribbean Law Review 31-41.
  • Cooper, S., “Lifetime Occupation Rights” (2009) 34 West Indies Law Journal 59-82.
  • Cooper, S., “The Land Registrar’s Powers of Correction” (2006) 31 West Indies Law Journal 1.
  • Cooper, S., “Professional Standards in Conveyancing Searches” (2006) 16 Caribbean Law Review 36-58.
  • Cooper, S., “Title Information Sources in the Cayman Islands” (2005) 15 Caribbean Law Review 1-21.
  • Cooper, S., “Equity and Unregistered Interests in Commonwealth Land Systems” (2004) 3 Oxford University Journal of Commonwealth Law 201-224.
  • Cooper, S., “Interests in Land under the Registered Land Law” (2004) 29 West Indies Law Journal 85-107.
  • Cooper, S., “Sanctioning Disclosure Overseas of Confidential Information” (2003) 28 West Indies Law Journal 13-36.
  • Cooper, S., “Public and Private Guarantees of Title” (2000) 10 Caribbean Law Review 10-29.
  • Cooper, S., “Implied Easements in the Caribbean” (2000) 25 West Indies Law Journal 71-92.
  • Cooper, S., “Registered Title and Equitable Claims” (1998) 23 West Indies Law Journal 126-130.
  • Cooper, S., “Land Registration and Proprietary Estoppel” (1996) 6 Caribbean Law Review 478.
  • Cooper, S., “Indemnity in Land Registration Statutes of the British Overseas Territories” (1996) 21 West Indies Law Journal 1-24.
  • Cooper, S., “Indefeasibility of Title in the Dependent Territories” (1995) 20 West Indies Law Journal 22-30.
  • Cooper, S., “The Nature of the Beneficiary’s Interest and the Role of the Personal Representative in the Administration and Distribution of an Estate” (1995) 17 Liverpool Law Review 69-81 (with M. Thomas).
  • Cooper, S., “Creditors’ Remedies and Execution Against Land” [1995] Journal of Business Law 384-397.

 

Books

  • Cooper, S., “Real Estate Law and Practice in the Cayman Islands” 1st – 4th editions (2019, Cyclura Press), 599 pages.
  • Cooper, S., “Perspectives on Cayman Islands Land Titles” (2008 CILS Academic Press), 388 pages.

 

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