Current Legal Problems 2002
Michael D. A. Freeman
Oxford University Press, 2003 - Law - 574 pages
This, the 55th volume of Current Legal Problems explores a wide range of subjects, both novel (legal memetics and the implications of immortality), and more conventional (the relationship between common law and equity, and the rule of law). There are essays on private and public internationallaw, on European Community law, and on an 'English' constitution. The concept of freedom is analysed. There is an examination of the current state of evidence teaching and research, and of remedies in company law and in workplace harassment.Current Legal IssuesCurrent Legal Issues is the sister volume to Current Legal problems. Based upon an international, inter-disciplinary colloquium, it has thus far explored the links between law and science, law and literature, law and medicine, law and religion, and law and geography. Forthcoming volumes will coverlaw and history, law and popular culture, law and sociology, law and philosophy, and law and psychiatry.
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