Current Legal Problems Volume 55 2002: Current Legal Problems 2002 Vo by Michael FreemanCurrent Legal Problems Volume 55 2002: Current Legal Problems 2002 Vo by Michael Freeman

Current Legal Problems Volume 55 2002: Current Legal Problems 2002 Vo

EditorMichael Freeman

Hardcover | February 13, 2003

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This, the 55th volume of Current Legal Problems explores a wide range of subjects, both novel (legal memetics and the implications of immortality), and more conventional (the relationship between common law and equity, and the rule of law). There are essays on private and public internationallaw, on European Community law, and on an 'English' constitution. The concept of freedom is analysed. There is an examination of the current state of evidence teaching and research, and of remedies in company law and in workplace harassment.Current Legal IssuesCurrent Legal Issues is the sister volume to Current Legal problems. Based upon an international, inter-disciplinary colloquium, it has thus far explored the links between law and science, law and literature, law and medicine, law and religion, and law and geography. Forthcoming volumes will coverlaw and history, law and popular culture, law and sociology, law and philosophy, and law and psychiatry.
Michael Freeman is Professor of English Law, University College London
Title:Current Legal Problems Volume 55 2002: Current Legal Problems 2002 VoFormat:HardcoverDimensions:574 pages, 8.5 × 5.43 × 1.4 inPublished:February 13, 2003Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199260923

ISBN - 13:9780199260928

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Table of Contents

Simon Deakin: Evolution For Our Time: A Theory of Legal MemeticsMatthew Kramer: Freedom as Normative Condition, Freedom as Physical FactJohn Harris: Intimations of Immorality - The Ethics and Justice of Life Extending TherapiesBriam Tamanaha: The Rule of Law for Everyone?John Baker: The Third University and Roman LawBrigid Hadfield: Towards an English ConstitutionMichael Bridge: The Future of English Private Transactional LawSarah Worthington: Integrating Equality and the Common LawPeter Jaffey: In Rem Claims to Wealth and Surviving ValuePaul Roberts: Rethinking the Law of Evidence: The Twenty-First Agenda for Teaching and ResearchLizzie Barmes: Remedying Workplace HarassmentStephen Griffin: Extinguishing The Flames of The Pheonix CompanyPeter North: Rethinking Jurisdiction and JudgementsIan F. Fletcher: The Quest for Global Insolvency Laws: A Challenge for Our TimeVaughan Lowe: Regulation and ExpropriationNigel S. Rodley: The Definition(s) of Torture in International LawIan Harden: What Future for the Centralized Enforcement of Community Law?