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Clifford Chance Lectures: Volume II:Law Making, Law Finding and Law Shaping: The Diverse Influences

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Edited by: Basil S. Markesinis

ISBN13: 9780198264972
ISBN: 0198264976
Published: March 1998
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
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This volume examines the respective roles in the legal process of judges, legislators, academics and regulators, and the influence they have on each other. Each of these groups is represented at the lectures which have been sponsored by one of Britain's largest law firms, Clifford Chance. This is the second volume in an annual series designed to publish lectures at the Centre for European Law Studies in Oxford. This volume, like the first, brings together lectures given by some of the world's most distinguished academic lawyers and judges.

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Comparative Law
One: Introduction by Basil Markesinis. Two: Pafitis, An Act of Living Together Apart? by Professor Walter van Gerven. Three: Comparative Law: The Challenge to the Judges by Lord Goff. Four: Group Libel, Hate Speech and Other Fighting Words: Civility and the Uses of the Law by M Roger Errera. Five: The Influence of the European Convention of Human Rights and the American Constitution on the English Law of Defamation by Neill LJ. Six: Who is Listening to Whom? The Discourse Between the Canadian Judiciary and Academics by La Forest J. Seven: Interplay Between Judges, Legislators and Academics by Prof Arthur Hartkamp. Eight: The Jurist in the Common Law Tradition by Prof Peter Birks. Nine: Politics and Courts in Europe: From an Old to a New Lack of Balance by Prof Thijmen Koopmans. Ten: The Law-Making Power of the Legislature and the Judicial Review by Prof Dr Jutta Limbach. Eleven: New Developments for Regulation and Supervision by Timothy Herrington. Twelve: Legislation, Regulation and Judicial Review by Prof Paul Craig