Oxford Principles of English Law: English Private Law (2nd edn) and English Public Law (2nd edn)

Paperback | November 2, 2009

EditorAndrew Burrows QC, David Feldman QC

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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 second editions of both English Private Law edited by Professor Andrew Burrows QC FBA, and EnglishPublic Law edited by Professor David Feldman QC FBA, available together as a single pack.Now in a single portable volume, the second edition of English Private Law includes all the recent developments since the publication of the first edition and the two supplements, the last of which published in 2003. It has been expanded to include coverage of a number of key areas that werepreviously not addressed, including; insurance, banking and carriage of goods by land and air. In addition, the chapters on land and companies have undergone extensive revision and the section on civil procedure has been fully revised to reflect current law and practice. No other single textprovides such comprehensive and lucid coverage of the whole of English private law - the book's depth of analysis, combined with its ease of reference, make it a favourite among acadmics 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 completely updated to take account of all key legislative and procedural changes since the first edition published in 2004, including: the Constitutional Reform Act 2005; the recent highercourts decisions concerning public law and human rights; the Criminal Procedure Rules 2005; and other key changes over the past five years.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.

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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 second editions of both English Private Law edited by Professor Andrew Burrows QC FBA, and EnglishPublic Law edited by Professor David Feldma...

Andrew Burrows, QC, is Norton Rose Professor of Commercial Law, University of Oxford.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:3400 pages, 9.69 × 6.73 × 1 inPublished:November 2, 2009Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199554501

ISBN - 13:9780199554508

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ENGLISH PRIVATE LAW 2/EPart I: Sources of Law1. John Bell: Sources of LawPart II: The Law of Persons2. Stephen Cretney: Family3. John Armour: Companies and Other AssociationsPart III: The Law of Property4. William Swadling: Property: General Principles5. Lionel Smith: Security6. William Cornish: Intellectual Property7. Roger Kerridge: SuccessionPart IV: The Law of Obligations8. Sir Guenter Treitel: Contract in General9. Francis Reynolds: Agency10. Ewan McKendrick: Sale of Goods11. Francis Reynolds: Carriage of Goods by Sea12. Malcom Clarke: Carriage of Goods by Air and Land13. Malcom Clarke: Insurance14. Richard Hooley: Banking15. Mark Freedland: Employment16. Norman Palmer: Bailment17. John Davies and James Edelman: Tort18. Charles Mitchell: Unjust EnrichmentPart V: Litigation19. Michael Bridge: Insolvency20. Adrian Briggs: Private International Law21. Andrew Burrows: Judicial Remedies22. Neil Andrews: Civil ProcedureENGLISH PUBLIC LAW 2/EPart I Constitutional Law1. Evelyn Ellis: Constitutional Fundamentals2. Evelyn Ellis and Dawn Oliver: The Law of Parliament3. Andrew Le Sueur: The Nature, Powers and Accountability of Central Government4. S. H. Bailey: The Structure, Powers and Accountability of Local Government5. Tony Prosser: The Powers and Accountability of Agencies and Regulators6. A. W. Bradley: The Constitutional Position of the JudiciaryPart II - Standards for Legal Accountability in Public Law: Human Rights and Judicial Review7. David Feldman: Standards of Review and Human Rights in English Law8. David Feldman: Rights to Life, Physical and Moral Integrity, Freedom of Lifestyle and Religion or Belief9. David Feldman: Political Rights10. Sandra Fredman: Social, Economic and Cultural Rights11. Christopher McCrudden: Equality and Non-Discrimination12. S. H. Bailey: Due Process Rights13. Paul Craig: Fundamental Principles of Administrative Law14. Maurice Sunkin: Grounds for Judicial Review: Illegality in the Strict Sense15. S. H. Bailey: Grounds for Judicial Review: Due Process, Natural Justice and Fairness16. Paul Craig: Grounds for Judicial Review: Substantive Control Over DiscretionPart III - Remedies in Public Law17. Paul Craig: Access to Mechanisms of Administrative Law18. Maurice Sunkin: Remedies Available in Judicial Review Proceedings19. David Feldman: Remedies for Violations of Convention Rights20. Genevra Richardson: Tribunals21. Michael Purdue: Investigations by the Public Sector Ombudsmen22. Michael Purdue: Public Inquiries as a Part of Public AdministrationPart IV - Criminal Law, Procedure, and Sentencing23. L. H. Leigh: English Criminal Procedure24. Andrew Ashworth: General Principles of Criminal Law25. Andrew Ashworth and A. T. H. Smith: Offences Against the Person26. A. T. H. Smith: Offences Against Property27. A. T. H. Smith: Offences Against the State, Public Order, Public Morality and Decency28. Martin Wasik: Principles of Sentencing