A Special Relationship?: American Influences on Public Law in the UK

Hardcover | January 1, 1995

EditorIan Loveland

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A collection of topical essays by many of the UK's leading public lawyers and centred on a single theme: the influence of US jurisprudence upon English Public Law. The contributors address a lively range of topics, while the introduction pulls the many and varied discussions and observationstogether and deals with a more general theory of the influence of US Public Law upon English Law.

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This collection of topical essays is centred around a single theme: the influence of US jurisprudence upon English Public Law. Contributors to the collection are experts in their fields. The broad range of issues explored by these key scholars include the symbolism of constitutions; morality and law; environmental law; racism, marginal...

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A collection of topical essays by many of the UK's leading public lawyers and centred on a single theme: the influence of US jurisprudence upon English Public Law. The contributors address a lively range of topics, while the introduction pulls the many and varied discussions and observationstogether and deals with a more general theory...

Ian Loveland is at Brunel University.

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:332 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.98 inPublished:January 1, 1995Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0198260148

ISBN - 13:9780198260141

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This collection of topical essays is centred around a single theme: the influence of US jurisprudence upon English Public Law. Contributors to the collection are experts in their fields. The broad range of issues explored by these key scholars include the symbolism of constitutions; morality and law; environmental law; racism, marginalization and the law; autonomy and agency; free speech; the financing of political parties; and criminal sentencing. The introduction by the Editor pulls these areas of focus together in a new and comprehensive overview which sheds fresh light on general trends and theories on the influence of US jurisprudence upon English Public Law.