Current Legal Problems Volume 54 2001 by Michael FreemanCurrent Legal Problems Volume 54 2001 by Michael Freeman

Current Legal Problems Volume 54 2001

EditorMichael Freeman

Hardcover | January 1, 2002

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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 this year include comparative law, legal theory, environmental law, restitution, IP law, family law, world trade law, and international law. Amongst the contributors to this volume are Lord Bingham, Joseph Raz, Jospeh Weiler, and Peter Birks. Acompanion volume containing the proceedings of UCL's annual inter-disciplinary colloquium is published each year under the umbrella title Current Legal Issues.
Michael Freeman is a Professor of English Law, University College London.
Title:Current Legal Problems Volume 54 2001Format:HardcoverDimensions:724 pages, 8.46 × 5.51 × 1.64 inPublished:January 1, 2002Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199247803

ISBN - 13:9780199247806

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Table of Contents

Table of CasesTable of Statutes, Treaties, and Other SourcesProfessor Joseph Raz: Reasoning With RulesProfessor Lawrence Friedman: Looking Backward: American Law in the 20th CenturyProfessor Paul Craig QC: Constitutionalism and RightsDr Julia Black: Decentring Regulation: Developing Strategies of Self RegulationProfessor Denis Galligan: Authoritarianism In Government and Administration: The Promise of Administrative JusticeProfessor Patrick Birkinshaw: 'Open All Hours?! The Impact Of The Labour Government's Legislation On Freedom Of InformationProfessor Basil Markesinis: Unity and Division: The Search for Similarities in Contemporary European LawProfessor Hector MacQueen: Scots and English Law: The Case of ContractProfessor Alan Norrie: A Relational Theory of JusticeProfessor Andrew Ashworth: Is Restorative Justice The Way Forward For Criminal Justice?Professor Genevra Richardson: Reforming Mental Health Laws: Principle Or Pragmatism?'Professor Peter Birks: Tracing, Property, and Unjust EnrichmentKit Barker: Riddles, Remedies and Restitution: Quantifying Gain In Unjust Enrichment LawProfessor Jonathan Hill: Jurisdiction In Civil and Commercial Matters: Is There A Third Way?Professor Rebecca Bailey-Harris: 'Dividing the Assets On Family Breakdown: The Content Of FairnessProfessor Richard Macrory: Regulating In A Risky EnvironmentProfessor Norman Palmer: Hammer and Tongs or Cloak and Dagger? Reflections on the Resolution of Art DisputesProfessor Joseph Weiler: Reconciling National Regulatory Sovereignty with the Discipline of Free Trade: Towards a Principle of Economic ComityProfessor Christine Chinkin: The United Nations Decade on the Elimination of Poverty: What Role for International Law?Lord Bingham: Mr Bentham Is Present