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The University of Zimbabwe Student Journal (UZSJ) announces their Call For Papers for the 5th Issue of the Law Review Journal.

The University of Zimbabwe Student Journal (UZSJ) announces their Call For Papers for the 5th Issue of the Law Review Journal.

The law review of the University of Zimbabwe Student Journal is now accepting submissions of articles, book reviews, case notes legislative reviews and comments from members of the legal community.

Articles in any field of legal scholarship are acceptable

Current Progress on ZimLII's Digitizing Project

ZimLII has started a project to preserve caselaw in digital formats by scanning hard copy judgments held in Law Libraries. Judgments from the Supreme Court for the years 1983 - 1986 have been converted, and are available for preview access as zipped archives. The Judgments will be uploaded under the respective Judgment categories shortly.

Criminalizing HIV transmission vs fanning already raging discrimination fires

When a Law criminalizes the transmission of the Human Immuno-difiency Virus (HIV), is it a fair and just law? Does the law imply criminal intent in not knowing one's status?  Is this law fully compatible with anti-discrimination and privacy/status disclosure provisions of the Constitution?

Here are some varied perspectives from Zimbabwe and beyond:

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