Current Legal Problems 1995

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Andrew Lewis
Oxford University Press, 1995 - Religion - 216 pages
* An essential revision aid--it covers each of the core areas in which law undergraduates must gain passes * The only annual review of major developments in all subjects for students * Covers the last complete legal year This is the fourth Annual Review produced by the Faculty of Laws, University College London, and it forms Part I of Volume 48 in the Current Legal Problems series. Part II of this volume, containing the texts of CLP papers and lectures given at the Faculty, is published each autumn. The Annual Review provides a high quality analysis of fundamental developments in each of the six core areas of the law: Contract, Criminal Law, European Community Law, Property Law, Public Law, and Tort. Each Annual Review covers a legal year and is published each spring. The subject-matter covered is primarily cases heard and statutes passed during the legal year, but also includes any other broadly relevant developments.

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Andrew Lewis is at University College, London.

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