Current Legal Problems 2006 Volume 59 by Jane HolderCurrent Legal Problems 2006 Volume 59 by Jane Holder

Current Legal Problems 2006 Volume 59

EditorJane Holder, Colm OCinneide

Hardcover | February 15, 2007

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The Current Legal Problems lecture series and annual volume was established over fifty five years ago at the Faculty of Laws, University College London and has long been recognised as a major reference point for legal scholarship. The continuing strength of Current Legal Problems is itsrepresentation of a broad range of legal scholarship opinion, theory, methodology, and subject matter, with an emphasis upon contemporary developments of law.Contributions to the 59th volume in the series include a major re-evaluation of the Human Rights Act from Trevor Allan; a survey of recent trends in British crime and control from Robert Reiner; an analysis of the EU's impact on cultural diversity from Bruno de Witte; an examination of tax avoidancefrom Judith Freedman and a critique of EU constitutionalism from Neil Walker.
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 center 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. Co...
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Title:Current Legal Problems 2006 Volume 59Format:HardcoverDimensions:552 pages, 8.5 × 5.43 × 1.57 inPublished:February 15, 2007Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0199212112

ISBN - 13:9780199212118

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Table of CasesNE Simmonds: Judgment and LegalityTRS Allan: Parliament's Will and the Justice of the Common Law: The Human Rights Act in Constitutional PerspectiveNeil Walker: European Constitutionalism in the State Constitutional TraditionCheryl Saunders: Comparative Constitutional Law in the Courts: Is There a Problem?Robert Reiner: Law and Order: A 20:20 VisionJorg Fedtke: Identity Cards and Data Protection: Public Security Interests and Individual Freedom in Times of CrisisDavid Ormerod: Making Sense of Mens Rea in Statutory ConspiraciesMindy Chen-Wishart: Undue Influence: Vindicating Relationships of InfluenceCharles Mitchell: Equitable Rights and WrongsPeter Alldridge: Locating Disability LawAlison Clarke: Creating New Commons: Recognition of Communal Land Rights within a Private Property FrameworkJudith Freedman: The Tax Avoidance Culture: Who is Responsible? Governmental Influences and Corporate Social ResponsibilityRichard Fentiman: Laws, Foreign Laws, and FactsJohn Jackson: The World Trade Organization After Ten Years: The Role of the WTO in a Globalized WorldJonathan B. Wiener: Better Regulation in EuropeIndex