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    • What divides, what joins and who decides? Diversity, the common good and limited law 

      Benson, I. T. (Faculty of Law, University of the Free State, 2014)
      English: It is commonplace to hear politics and law extol the importance of "pluralism" and "diversity". In addition to difference, however, and less discussed, but certainly important, is the notion of "the common good". ...
    • Virtual bullying in employment 

      Smit, D. M. (Faculty of Law, University of the Free State, 2014)
      English: The world of work has certainly benefitted much from the revolution in information communications technology and the wave of digitisation of the 21st century - e-mail, websites and virtual marketing platforms ...
    • Tax Law: an introduction: book review 

      Brits, Pieter (Faculty of Law, University of the Free State, 2014)
      Abstract not available
    • Freedom of religion of children in private schools 

      Chetty, K.; Govindjee, A. (Faculty of Law, University of the Free State, 2014)
      English: This article argues against the interpretation that the right to establish private schools includes the right to require religious conformity from non-adherent learners by way of a waiver of their religious ...
    • Rethinking legal skills education in an LLB curriculum 

      Biggs, L.; Hurter, K. (Faculty of Law, University of the Free State, 2014)
      English: Over the past decade, there have been growing complaints regarding the low levels of literacy, research and numeracy skills demonstrated by law graduates in practice, and a call for universities to more adequately ...
    • In-house provisioning and South African public procurement law 

      Quinot, G. (Faculty of Law, University of the Free State, 2014)
      English: Public procurement is a highly regulated aspect of state administration and an area in which litigation is frequent in South Africa. As Nugent JA noted in South African Post Office v De Lacy:1 “Cases concerning ...