Current Legal Problems Volume 53, 2000: Current Legal Issues V53 Curre by M. D. A. FreemanCurrent Legal Problems Volume 53, 2000: Current Legal Issues V53 Curre by M. D. A. Freeman

Current Legal Problems Volume 53, 2000: Current Legal Issues V53 Curre

EditorM. D. A. Freeman

Hardcover | December 1, 2000

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Current Legal Problems was established after the Second World War as a series of public lectures on law. It is now regarded as the most significant series in the United Kingdom. Each year edited texts are reproduced in the form of a volume. This year's is the 53rd such volume. The range ofsubject-matter as ever is wide. Subjects explored include the relationship of law and justice, law and literature, the role of the judiciary, mistakes of law, the environment, health care, the EC's internal market and children. Amongst the contributors are James Boyd White of the University ofMichigan and Oxford's new Professor of Jurisprudence, John Gardner. A companion volume containing the proceedings of UCL's annual inter-disciplinary colloquium is published each year under the umbrella title Current Legal Issues: Law and Medicine was published in 2000; Law and Geography will bepublished in 2001.
Michael Freeman is Professor of English Law at University College London
Title:Current Legal Problems Volume 53, 2000: Current Legal Issues V53 CurreFormat:HardcoverDimensions:688 pages, 8.5 × 5.43 × 1.57 inPublished:December 1, 2000Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Table of CasesTables of Statutes, Treaties, and Other Sources1. John Gardner: The Virtue of Justice and the Character of Law2. Stephen Guest: Why the Law is Just3. Andrew Le Sueur and Richard Cornes: What do the Top Courts Do?4. Sandra Fredman: Judging Democracy: The Role of the Judiciary Under the Human Rights Act5. James Boyd-White: The Desire for Meaning in Law and Literature6. Celia Wells: Remains of the Day: Notes from the Women Law Professor's Project7. Peter Birks: Mistakes of Law8. Paul Kohler: The Death of Ownership9. David Johnston: Appointments and Disappointments: White v Jones in Rome and Today10. James Fawcett: Cross-Fertilization in Private International Law11. Ian Loveland: Political Libels12. Jonathan Montgomery: Time for a Paradigm Shift?: Medical Law in Transition13. Roger Rideout: The Lack of Principles in Labour Law14. Andrea Loux: Hearing a `Different Voice': Third-party Intervention in Criminal Appeals15. Andrew Bainham: Family Rights in the Next Millennium16. Dame Mary Arden: The End of the Century of the Child17. Stephen Weatherill: New Strategies for Managing EC's Internal Market18. Danesh Sarooshi: The United Nations Collective Security System and the Establishment of PeaceIndex