Law making, law finding, and law shaping: the diverse influences
The second volume in an annual series based on lectures held at the Center for European Law Studies in Oxford, this volume examines the respective roles in the legal process of judges, legislators, academics, and regulators, as well as the ways in which these players influence one another. Each group was represented at the lectures, and both the diversity of experience and the depth of knowledge of those in attendance are in evidence throughout this book. Like the first, this volume collects contributions from some of the world's most distinguished legal professionals.
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Community and National Legislators Regulators
The Challenge to the Judges
The Influence of the European Convention on Human
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