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The rise of self-driving cars : is the private international law framework for non-contractual obligations posing a bump in the road?

Jan De Bruyne (UGent) and Cedric Vanleenhove (UGent)
(2018) IALS STUDENT LAW REVIEW. 5(1). p.14-26
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De Bruyne, Jan, and Cedric Vanleenhove. “The Rise of Self-driving Cars : Is the Private International Law Framework for Non-contractual Obligations Posing a Bump in the Road?” IALS STUDENT LAW REVIEW 5.1 (2018): 14–26. Print.
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De Bruyne, Jan, & Vanleenhove, C. (2018). The rise of self-driving cars : is the private international law framework for non-contractual obligations posing a bump in the road? IALS STUDENT LAW REVIEW, 5(1), 14–26.
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De Bruyne, Jan, and Cedric Vanleenhove. 2018. “The Rise of Self-driving Cars : Is the Private International Law Framework for Non-contractual Obligations Posing a Bump in the Road?” Ials Student Law Review 5 (1): 14–26.
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De Bruyne, Jan, and Cedric Vanleenhove. 2018. “The Rise of Self-driving Cars : Is the Private International Law Framework for Non-contractual Obligations Posing a Bump in the Road?” Ials Student Law Review 5 (1): 14–26.
Vancouver
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De Bruyne J, Vanleenhove C. The rise of self-driving cars : is the private international law framework for non-contractual obligations posing a bump in the road? IALS STUDENT LAW REVIEW. 2018;5(1):14–26.
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J. De Bruyne and C. Vanleenhove, “The rise of self-driving cars : is the private international law framework for non-contractual obligations posing a bump in the road?,” IALS STUDENT LAW REVIEW, vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 14–26, 2018.
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  title        = {The rise of self-driving cars : is the private international law framework for non-contractual obligations posing a bump in the road?},
  volume       = {5},
  year         = {2018},
}