Oxford Principles of English Law: English Private Law (3e) and English Public Law (2e) by Andrew BurrowsOxford Principles of English Law: English Private Law (3e) and English Public Law (2e) by Andrew Burrows

Oxford Principles of English Law: English Private Law (3e) and English Public Law (2e)

EditorAndrew Burrows, David Feldman

Paperback | April 8, 2017

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Oxford Principles of English Law, edited by Professor Andrew Burrows is the essential first point of reference on English law for lawyers in the UK and throughout the world. This pack makes the third edition of English Private Law edited by Professor Andrew Burrows QC FBA, and the secondedition of English Public Law edited by Professor David Feldman QC FBA, available together as a single pack. Now in its third edition, English Private Law has established itself as a key point of reference on English private law for lawyers in the UK and throughout the world. The book acts as an accessible first point of reference for practitioners approaching a private law issue for the first time, whilstsimultaneously providing a lucid, concise and authoritative overview of all the key areas of private law. This includes contract, tort, unjust enrichment, land law, trusts, intellectual property, succession, family, companies, insolvency, private international law and civil procedure. Each sectionis written by an acknowledged expert, using their experience and understanding to provide a clear distillation and analysis of the subject. This new edition includes all the recent developments since the publication of the second edition, covering some areas that were previously not addressed including arbitration in civil procedure, the Human Rights Act 1998 in tort law, and regulatory reform in the light of the global financialcrisis. No other single text provides such comprehensive and lucid coverage of the whole of English private law as this one - the book's depth of analysis, combined with its ease of reference, make it a favourite among academics and students worldwide. The second edition of English Public Law acts as an accessible first point of reference for practitioners approaching a public law issue for the first time, whilst simultaneously providing a lucid, concise and authoritative overview of all the key areas of public law (constitutional, administrative,human rights, and criminal law) within one single portable volume. The second edition has been fully revised and updated to take into account all key legislative and procedural changes since 2004, including; * the gradual bringing into force of both the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 and the Criminal Justice Act 2003* the Civil Partnerships Act 2004* the Constitutional Reform Act 2005 (including the anticipated introduction of the Supreme Court in October 2009)* recent higher courts decisions concerning public law and human rights;* the Criminal Procedure Rules 2005; * the Serious Organised Crime and Police Act 2005; * the Armed Forces Act 2006; * the Equality Act 2006; * the Consolidated Criminal Practice Direction; * the Criminal Justice and Immigration Act 2008; * changes introduced by the Tribunals Service throughout 2007 and 2008 Both books are an ideal quick reference for practitioners to fall back on when a client raises a point outside their normal area of expertise as well as for academics, overseas libraries, and practitioners overseas who want a one-stop resource on English private and public law.
Andrew Burrows, QC FBA, is Norton Rose Professor of Commercial Law at the University of Oxford. David Feldman, QC FBA, is Rouse Ball Professor of English Law at the University of Cambridge.
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Title:Oxford Principles of English Law: English Private Law (3e) and English Public Law (2e)Format:PaperbackDimensions:3104 pages, 9.69 × 6.73 × 5.24 inPublished:April 8, 2017Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ENGLISH PRIVATE LAW 3rd EditionPART I SOURCES OF LAW1. Sources of Law, Professor John BellPART II THE LAW OF PERSONS2. Family, Professor Jonathan Herring3. Companies and Other Associations, Professor John ArmourPART III THE LAW OF PROPERTY4. Property: General Principles, Mr William Swadling5. Security, Professor Lionel Smith6. Intellectual Property, Professor Graeme Dinwoodie and Professor William Cornish7. Succession, Professor Roger KerridgePART IV THE LAW OF OBLIGATIONS8. Contract: In General, Professor Ewan McKendrick9. Agency, Professor Francis Reynolds10. Sale of Goods, Professor Ewan McKendrick11. Carriage of Goods by Sea, Professor Francis Rose12. Carriage of Goods by Air and Land, Professor Malcolm Clarke13. Insurance, Professor Malcolm Clarke14. Banking, Professor Richard Hooley15. Employment, Professor Mark Freedland16. Bailment, Professor Norman Palmer17. Torts and Equitable Wrongs, Mr Donal Nolan and Mr John Davies18. Unjust Enrichment, Professor Charles MitchellPART V LITIGATION19. Insolvency, Professor Michael Bridge20. Private International Law, Professor Adrian Briggs21. Judicial Remedies, Professor Andrew Burrows22. Civil Procedure, Professor Neil AndrewsENGLISH PUBLIC LAW 2nd EditionPart I Constitutional Law1. Constitutional Fundamentals, Evelyn Ellis2. The Law of Parliament, Evelyn Ellis and Dawn Oliver3. The Nature, Powers and Accountability of Central Government, Andrew Le Sueur4. The Structure, Powers and Accountability of Local Government, S. H. Bailey5. The Powers and Accountability of Agencies and Regulators, Tony Prosser6. The Constitutional Position of the Judiciary, A. W. BradleyPart II - Standards for Legal Accountability in Public Law: Human Rights and Judicial Review7. Standards of Review and Human Rights in English Law, David Feldman8. Rights to Life, Physical and Moral Integrity, Freedom of Lifestyle and Religion or Belief, David Feldman9. Political Rights, David Feldman10. Social, Economic and Cultural Rights, Sandra Fredman11. Equality and Non-Discrimination, Christopher McCrudden12. Due Process Rights, S. H. Bailey13. Fundamental Principles of Administrative Law, Paul Craig14. Grounds for Judicial Review: Illegality in the Strict Sense, Maurice Sunkin15. Grounds for Judicial Review: Due Process, Natural Justice and Fairness, S. H. Bailey16. Grounds for Judicial Review: Substantive Control Over Discretion, Paul CraigPart III - Remedies in Public Law17. Access to Mechanisms of Administrative Law, Paul Craig18. Remedies Available in Judicial Review Proceedings, Maurice Sunkin19. Remedies for Violations of Convention Rights, David Feldman20. Tribunals, Genevra Richardson21. Investigations by the Public Sector Ombudsmen, Michael Purdue22. Public Inquiries as a Part of Public Administration, Michael PurduePart IV - Criminal Law, Procedure, and Sentencing23. English Criminal Procedure, L. H. Leigh24. General Principles of Criminal Law, Andrew Ashworth25. Offences Against the Person, Andrew Ashworth and A. T. H. Smith26. Offences Against Property, A. T. H. Smith27. Offences Against the State, Public Order, Public Morality and Decency, A. T. H. Smith28. Principles of Sentencing, Martin Wasik