Current Legal Problems 2004 Volume 57 by Jane HolderCurrent Legal Problems 2004 Volume 57 by Jane Holder

Current Legal Problems 2004 Volume 57

EditorJane Holder, Colm O'Cinneide, Michael Freeman

Hardcover | March 9, 2005

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This, the 57th volume of Current Legal Problems, like its predecessors, explores a wide variety of issues.The contributions range across Analytical Jurisprudence, Constitutional Law, medical and legal ethics, Private Law, Public law, International Law and EC Law. Subjects explored this yearinclude European regulation of GMOs, the uses of comparative legal history. and EC competition law and public services. Amongst the contributors to this volume are Michael Bridge, Tony Prosser, and Ben Pettet . A companion volume containing the proceedings of UCL's annual inter-disciplinarycolloquium is published each year under the umbrella title Current Legal Issues.
Dr. Jane Holder is a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Laws at University College London (UCL), where she has worked since 1992. She is Co-director of the centr of Law and the Environment and the Centre of Law and the European Union at the Faculty of Laws at UCL, and is a member of the board of the journal Social Legal Studies.
Title:Current Legal Problems 2004 Volume 57Format:HardcoverDimensions:528 pages, 8.5 × 5.43 × 1.36 inPublished:March 9, 2005Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199274681

ISBN - 13:9780199274680

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Table of Contents

1. NEIL DUXBURY: Why English Jurisprudence is Analytical2. ANDREW LEWIS: On Not Expecting the Spanish Inquisition: The Uses of Comparative Legal History3. CARRIE MENKEL-MEADOW: Is the Adversary System Really Dead? Dilemmas of Legal Ethics as Legal Institutions and Roles Evolve4. JOANNE SCOTT: European Regulation of GMOs: Thinking about Judicial Review in the WTO5. JOSH HOLMES: Fixing the Limits of EC Competition Law: State Action and the Accommodation of the Public Services6. COLM O'CINNEIDE: Democracy, Rights and the Constitution - New Directions in the Human Rights Era7. TONY PROSSER: The Privatisation of British Railways: Regulatory Failure or Legal Failure?8. ALISON CLARKE: Use, Time and Entitlement9. MICHAEL BRIDGE: Innocent Misrepresentation in Contract10. JONATHAN HARRIS: Does Choice of Law Make Any Sense?11. RIZWAAN JAMEEL MOKAL: Administrative Receivership and Administration - An Analysis12. BEN PETTET: Company and Capital Markets Law: Taking Stock of European Integration13. EMILY JACKSON: Whose Death is it Anyway: Euthanasia and the Medical Profession14. SHEILA A.M. MCLEAN and LAURA WILLIAMSON: Xenotransplantation: A Pig in a Poke?15. MARIE FOX: Re-Thinking Kinship: Law's Construction of the Animal Body