Challenges to European legal scholarship: Anglo-German legal essays

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Blackstone Press, 1996 - Law - 232 pages
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Warwick University's interest in German law has been strengthened by its partnership with the Law Faculty of the University of Giessen in the federal Republic in 1986. The staff of these two faculties have met bi-annually since the link was made. This collection of essays is the product of one of these meetings. As the title of this book suggests, the general theme of this meeting was "Challenges to European Legal Scholarship". Subjects debated included Community law, domestic issues and other legal systems. This book will be of interest to academics and students of EC law and European legal scholarship.

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Contents

Consent to Medical Treatment in English Law
23
Pioneering or Perverse? Social Security Policy in UK
45
Advice and Information in Social Security
63
Free Movement in Spor t
77
Do we Need a European Competition Agency?
95
Free Movement of Goods
109
The European Conventions on Criminal Matters
131
Scholarship and Constitutionalism in the European
145
Understanding Legal Systems The case of German Law
163
Challenges to Democracy and Constitutional
185
The case of Japan
197
The Art of Mirroring Comparative Law and Social Theory
215
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About the author (1996)

Ralf Rogowski is Senior Lecturer in Law and director of the European Law Programme, University of Warwick, England.

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