LGD - Copyright Statement
Except as otherwise noted, copyright in all contributions remains with the authors. Law, Social Justice and Global Development (LGD) holds exclusive rights in respect of electronic publication and dissemination. The Journal may not be posted or in any way mirrored on the world-wide web or any other part of the internet except at the official publication site at the University of Warwick.
Subject to this, permission is granted to download articles for off-line reading subject to the following conditions:
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