Law and the public interest: proceedings of the 1992 ALSP Conference

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Aus dem Inhalt: Roger Brownsword: Law and the Public Interest David Lyons: Normal Law, Nearly Just Societies, and Other Myths of Legal Theory John Bell: Public Interest: Policy of Principle? Alan Milne: The Public Interest, Political Controversy, and the Judges Paul Kelly: Privacy and the Public Interest: A Communitarian View David Bedingfield: Reply to Kelly: Privacy and the Public Interest Ross Harrison: Welfare Rights John Mesher: Welfare Rights: Response to Ross Harrison Rodney Brazier: A Public Interest in Constitution-Making? Dudley Knowles: Is Constitutional Reform a Priority? Norman Lewis: Markets, Regulation and Citizenship: A Constitutional Analysis Terence Daintith: Comment on Lewis: Markets, Regulation and Citizenship . (Franz Steiner 1993)

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Contents

Law and the Public Interest
7
Normal Law Nearly Just Societies and Other Myths
13
Public Interest Policy or Principle?
27
Copyright

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About the author (1993)

Roger Brownsword is Director of TELOS (a newly created research centre focusing on technology, ethics, law and society) and Professor of Law at King's College London. He also maintains a long-standing link with the University of Sheffield as an Honorary Professor in Law.