Bridging the Channel
B. S. Markesinis
Oxford University Press, 1996 - Law - 277 pages
This is the first volume in what is intended to be an annual series designed to publish lectures delivered at the Centre for European Law Studies in Oxford. These lectures have been sponsored by one of Britain's largest law firms, Clifford Chance. The first volume brings together lectures given by some of Britain's most distinguished academic lawyers and judges. These lectures have appeared previously only in pamphlet form.
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