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So much Scots law: the legal framework of the Lockerbie trial

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Affiliations: 1: Reader in International Law, University of Glasgow. Dr Scobbie would like to thank his colleagues Catriona Drew, Fraser Davidson, Lindsay Farmer and Joe Thomson, as well as Tom Franck of NYU Law School, for their comments on this paper. Its deficiencies remain his own. This article was commissioned by the general editor of the Υearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law in order to provide some background information for the Lockerbie trial.


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