Current Legal Problems 2005 Volume 58 by Jane HolderCurrent Legal Problems 2005 Volume 58 by Jane Holder

Current Legal Problems 2005 Volume 58

EditorJane Holder, Colm O'Cinneide

Hardcover | January 24, 2006

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The 58th volume of Current Legal Problems, like its predecessors, explores a wide variety of issues. The contributions range across Analytical Jurisprudence, Constitutional Law, Medical and Family Ethics, International Law, EU Law, Military Detention, English Criminal Law, Terrorism,Democracy, Human Rights, Civil Liberties, Media Expression, Feminism, Economic Theory, Corporate Law, Competition Regulation, Labour Law, Biotechnology, and Biodiversity.Amongst the contributors to this volume are Daniel Farber, Conor Gearty, Ralph Wilde, Edwin Cameron, Jonathan Rogers, Robin Morse, Jo Bridgeman, Linda Mulcahy, Alison Diduck, Jo Shaw, James Penner, Vivienne Brown, John Armour, Reinhard Zimmermann, Michael Spence, Mark Freedland, and CatherineRedgewell. A companion volume containing the proceedings of UCL's annual inter-disciplinary colloquium 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 centre 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 2005 Volume 58Format:HardcoverDimensions:580 pages, 8.5 × 5.43 × 1.45 inPublished:January 24, 2006Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:019928539X

ISBN - 13:9780199285396

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Table of Contents

Daniel A Farber: Unlawful Combatants: Military Detention, Terrorism, and the Rule of LawConor Gearty: Human Rights in an Age of of Counter-terrorism: Injurious, Irrelevant, or Indispensible?Ralph Wilde: The Extra-territorial Application of the Human Rights ActEdwin Cameron: When Judges Fail JusticeJonathan Rogers: Prosecutors, Courts, and Conduct of the Accused which Engages a Qualified Human RightRobin Morse: Rights relating to Personality, Freedom of the Press, and Private International Law: Some Common Law CommentsJo Bridgeman: When Systems Fail: Parents, Children, and the Quality of HealthcareLinda Mulcahy: Feminist Fever? Cultures of Adversarialism in the Aftermath of the Woolf ReformsAlison Diduck: Shifting FamiliarityJo Shaw: Mainstreaming Equality and Diversity in European Union Law and PolicyJames Penner: Decent Burials for Dead ConceptsVivienne Brown: Rights, Liberties, and Duties: Reformulating Hohfeld's Scheme of Legal Relations?John Armour: Who should make Corporate Law? EC Legislation versus Regulatory CompetitionReinhard Zimmermann: Consumer Contract Law and General Contract Law: The German ExperienceMichael Spence: The Mark as Expression/The Mark as PropertyMark Freedland: Re-thinking the Personal Work ContractCatherine Redgwell: Biotechnology, Biodiversity, and International Law